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

Dalmáu, Antoni (or Antonio, or Antonis)

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Alternate Master of Pedralbes
L.C. NameDalmáu, Antoni, active 15th century
Datesop.1435-1499
Region(s)Barcelona; Valencia
MediaPainter and sculptor
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CreatedMPI |D 1990 10 29 |T 17:07:00
CreatedIR |D 1991 02 14 |T 16:54:11
 
Bibliographic Sources
Aldana Fernández, 1970 (Antonio Dalmáu, op.1439-1442). source
Bénézit, 1976 (Antonis Dalmáu, op.1480). source
Camón Aznar, 1966, p.384 (Antonio Dalmáu, op.1450-1490; possibly the same as the Maestro de Pedralbes). source
Dalmases and José i Pitarch, 1984, pp.200, 260 (op.1435-doc.1480). source
Gudiol [Ricart] and Alcolea i Blanch, 1986, pp.138, 165 (doc.1450-1468). source
Historia del arte valenciano, v.2, 1988, p.122 [no dates given]. source
London, Witt, 1978 (Antonis Dalmáu, op.1480). source
Pérez Sánchez, Letter dated June 6, 1992 (probably the same as the Master of Pedralbes). source
Post, v.7, pt.1, 1938, p.29 (Antonis Dalmáu; probably the same as Master of Pedralbes, op.1450-1499). source
Ráfols, Diccionario, v.1, 1951 (op.1450-1499). source
Sanpere y Miquel, 1906, v.1, p.9 (Antonio Dalmáu, op.1450); v.2, p.202 and n.5 (Antonio Dalmáu, doc.1480). source
Thieme-Becker v.8, 1913 (Antonis Dalmáu, doc.1480). source
Valdivieso [González], Letter received August 4, 1992 (probably the same as the Master of Pedralbes). source