Spanish Artists from the Fourth to the Twentieth Century: A Critical Dictionary

Burgunya, Joan (or Juan) de

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Alternate Borgoña, Juan de
Alternate Borgonya, Johan de
Alternate Borgunya, Joan de
Alternate Master of San Felice
Alternate Master of San Félix
Alternate Master of Sant Feliu
Alternate Porta
Alternate St. Felix Master
L.C. NameBurgunya, Joan de, -1526
Region(s)Barcelona; Valencia
NotesFrom Strasbourg; in Spain from 1510 until his death.
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CreatedMPI |D 1990 10 25 |T 16:16:03
CreatedFMA |D 1991 03 28 |T 12:22:52
Bibliographic Sources
Ainaud [de Lasarte] and Verrié, 1941, p.44 (Juan de Borgoña, op.1510; the same as Juan de Borgoña, painter in Toledo). source
Ainaud de Lasarte, 1978, pp.100, 103 (doc.1519-m.1526). source
Angulo Iñiguez, Pintura del Renacimiento, 1954, pp.58, 63 (the Maestro de San Félix, op.1518 [no connection between this master and Joan de Burgunya is mentioned]). source
Angulo Iñiguez, Porta, 1944, pp.348, 359 (Porta, 1st third 16th cent.). source
Barcelona, Ayuntamiento [exh.], 1983, p.58. source
Barcelona, Pia Almoina [exh.], 1989, p.422 (Joan de Borgunya, op.1518-m.1526). source
Condorelli, 1965, pp.77, 80 (doc.c.1510-m.1526, once called the Maestro de San Felice, or Porta). source
Garriga, 1986, pp.68-69 (Joan de Borgunya, op.1510-m.1525, once called Porta and the Mestre de Sant Feliu). source
Gudiol Ricart, Cataluña, 1955, p.73 (Juan de Burgunya, m.1525, probably the same as the Maestro de San Félix). source
Madurell [i] Marimón, 1944, pp.85-87 (op.1510-m.p.1523). source
Post, v.12, pt.1, 1958, pp.78-81 (the St. Felix Master; probably the same as Joan de Burgunya, doc.1510-m.1525). source
Ráfols, Diccionario, v.1, 1951 (Johan de Borgonya, or Juan de Borgoña, op.1510-m.1525). source