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Colijn de Coter c. 1440-1445 - c. 1522-1532 was an early
Netherlandish painter who produced mainly altarpieces. He worked
primarily in Brussels and Antwerp in present-day Belgium. His name
was sometimes given as Colijn van Brusele (Colijn of Brussels),
indicating that he hailed from Brussels or at the least lived there
most of his active life. He also signed several paintings with
Coliin de Coter pingit me in Brabancia Bruselle ("Colijn de Coter
painted me in Brussels in the region of Brabant"). De Coter was
born around 1440-1445. This can be deduced from a 1479 document in
the Brussels archives, naming him as a husband, painter and tenant
of a house; in other words, he must have already reached adulthood
in that year. Another document, dating from 1483, refers to him as
Colijn van Brusele (Colijn of Brussels). This document states that
he had registered with the Guild of Saint Luke in Antwerp and
decorated a vault in the chapel of that guild in the Cathedral of
Our Lady in Antwerp.
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