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

Mayner, Alejandro (or Alesander, or Alessandro, or Alexander, or Alexandre)

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Alternate Mainer, Alexánder
L.C. NameMayner, Alejandro, active 1533-1546
NotesProbably of Flemish origin; trained in Milan; known only for works produced in Spain after his arrival there in 1533.
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CreatedMLH |D 1994 07 07 |T 10:12:15
CreatedMLH |D 1994 07 07 |T 10:12:15
Bibliographic Sources
Angulo Iñiguez, Pintura del Renacimiento, 1954, p.227 (doc.1533-op.1546, probably German, trained in Milan). source
Bénézit, 1976, v.7, p.287 (16th cent., Italian School). source
Bernales Ballesteros, Renacimiento, 1989, p.247 (op.c.1533-1546). source
Blázquez Mateos, 1994, pp.11, 21 n.1 (Flemish). source
Camón Aznar, Pintura XVI, 1970, p.438. source
Gómez Moreno, 1892, pp.90, 412 (Alesander or Alexander or Alexandre Mayner, op.1537-1546). source
Gómez-Moreno, 1941, pp.139, 166, 237 (Alexánder Mayner or Mainer, doc.1533-1542). source
Hernández Díaz, 1981, p.159 (op.1539-1546). source
London, National Gallery [exh.], 1995, pp.15-16 (op.c.1535-1537, probably Flemish or German). source
London, Witt, 1978 (op.1527). source
López Torrijos, 1986, p.40 (doc.1533-op.1546). source
López Torrijos, 1987, pp.174-175 (Alejandro, or Alesander Mayner, op.1537-m.1545). source
Marías, 1989, pp.350, 353 (Alexander Mayner, op.c.1533-m.1545, Flemish). source
Pacheco, (1649) ed.1990, p.461 (Alexandro, Italian, with editor's annotation of Alejandro Mayner, Flemish, trained in Italy, op.1537-m.1545). source
Palomino, Vidas, [1724] ed.1986, pp.26-27 (Alejandro, m.c.1530, Italian; with editor's annotation of Alessandro Mayner, op.1533-1540, Milanese). source
Rosenthal, 1985, pp.15, 47 (also as Alejandro, doc. mid 1530s-op.1546). source
Sánchez-Mesa Martín, 1971, p.82 (op.1537-1541). source
Thieme-Becker, v.24, 1930 (op.c.1527, Italian). source