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Joos, van Gent, active 1460-1480

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    • Gent, Justus van, active 1460-1480
    • Ghent, Josse, active 1460-1480
    • Giusto, da Guanto, active 1460-1480
    • Giusto, di Gand, active 1460-1480
    • Giusto, da Gand, active 1460-1480
    • Jodocus, van Wassenhove, active 1460-1480
    • Joos, van Wassenhove, active 1460-1480
    • Josse, Van Wassenhove, active 1460-1480
    • Juste, de Gand, active 1460-1480
    • Justus, of Ghent, active 1460-1480
    • Justus, van Gent, active 1460-1480
    • Justus, von Gent, active 1460-1480
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    • Earlier Established Forms

      • Joos, van Gent, fl. 1460-1480
    • Sources

      • found: Juste de Gand, Berruguete et la cour d'Urbino, 1957:p. 8 (Ce maestro solenne ne peut être que Giusto da Guanto qu'on identifie avec Josse Van Wassenhove)
      • found: Early Netherlandish painting, 1967:v. 3 p. 43 (Joos van Gent, called Giusto da Guanto by the Italians, was actually named Jodocus rather than Justus ... identical with Joos van Wassenhove who, a Ghent document confirms, moved to Rome before 1475)
      • found: Bénézit, 1976(Juste de Gand, né vers 1435, mort vers 1480)
      • found: Biographical dictionary of artists, 1995:p. 342 (Justus of Ghent, fl. 1460-80)
      • found: Thieme-Becker, 1927:(Justus von Gent, tätig um 1460/80)
      • found: Bryan's, 1926(Ghent, Josse b.1410)
      • found: RLIN, 1/22/96(hdg.: Joos van Gent (Joos van Wassenhove), act. 1460-1475; Ghent, Justus van, 15th century; Justus van Gent, fl. 1460-1480; Gent, Justus van, b. 1410)
      • found: Studiolo del Duca, 2015:page 72 and following (Joos van Wassenhove probably to be identified with Giusto di Gand, also known as "Giusto da Quanto"; probably born in Ghent around 1430; enrolled as a master in the guild of Saint Luke of Antwerp in 1460; enrolled in guild in Ghent in 1464; document dated to 1475 preserved at the Church of St. Michael in Ghent indicates that he had left for Rome well before that date) page 108 (Giusto di Gand; Joos van Wassenhove; from Antwerp, mentioned in sources from 1460 to 1475)
      • found: Flemish primitives WWW site, June 25, 2015:Joos van Wassenhove page (Joos van Wassenhove, also known as "Giusto da Guanto" and Joos van Ghent; died circa 1480; became freemaster in the Guild of St. Luke in Antwerp in 1460; moved to Ghent and became member of the painters' guild there in 1464; travelled to Rome in 1470; entered service of Federico da Montefeltro in Urbino in 1472; first mention of "Giusto da Gand" in the Urbino archives, 1473; painted Communion of the Apostles, 1472-1474; died circa 1480) -
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      • 1996-01-22: new
      • 2015-06-27: revised
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