Master of 1342
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The Master of 1342 was a French painter active around Roussillon in the first half of the 14th century. His name is derived from an altarpiece with the Virgin, dated to 1342 and kept in the church of Serdinya. His style is heavily Gothic, with linear designs that appear to have been taken from miniature painting. A Crucifixion scene painted for a hermitage in Brescia is also believed to be by him.
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