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

Borrassà, Lluís (or Luis, or Luys)

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L.C. NameBorrassá, Luis, -1426
Region(s)Gerona; Barcelona
NotesAs was noted by Gudiol Ricart in 1953, the name Borrassà may refer to several members of a family of artists and has been recorded with numerous variants, including Borreça, Borraçan, Borracianus, Borrassan, and Borrasanus.
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CreatedMPI |D 1989 10 11 |T 11:51:37
CreatedMLH2 |D 1997 09 29 |T 14:36:59
Ainaud de Lasarte, 1991, p.70 (op.1380-m.1424/1425).
Barcelona, Pia Almoina [exh.], 1989, pp.342, 346 (doc.1380-op.1414/1415).
Bénézit, 1976 (Luis Borrassá, n.c.1360-m.1424).
Constans, 1978, p.222 (Luis Borrassá, op.1390-1439[sic]).
Dalmases and José i Pitarch, 1984, p.210 (op.1380-m.1425/1426).
Gerona, Museu d'Història de la Ciutat [exh.], 1989, p.135 (doc.1380-m.1424/1425).
Gudiol [Ricart] and Alcolea i Blanch, 1986, pp.75, 80 (doc.1380 at about age 20-m.1424/1425).
Gudiol Ricart, 1953, pp.13, 34 (Luis Borrassá, possibly aged 16-20 at op.1380-m.1426, at age 65/70).
London, Witt, 1978 (Luis Borrassá, op.1390-1424).
Madrid, Prado [cat.], 1985, p.66 (under follower of Luis Borrassá, op.1380?-1424).
Ráfols, Diccionario, v.1, 1951 (op.1380-m.1424).
Sobré, 1989, pp.268, 274, 338 (also doc. as Luis Borrassá and Luys Borrassá, op.1380-1426).
Thieme-Becker, v.4, 1910 (Luis Borrassá, doc.1390-op.1424).
Valencia, Palau dels Scala [exh.], 1989-1990, p.147 (doc.1380-m.a.1425).