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Durham, Walter of (d. c. 1305), painter, was of unknown origins, and nothing is known of his training or background, except that he was a layman and not a monk (unlike William of Westminster, an earlier thirteenth-century royal painter). The suggestion that he owned property in ...

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Prince, Gilbert (d. 1396), painter, first appears in a minor capacity in 1350/51, working for 9d. a day under Hugh St Albans (d. 1368) on the decorations of St Stephen's Chapel in the palace of Westminster. He witnessed Hugh's purchase of a house on ...

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St Albans, Hugh [called Hugh le Peyntour] (d. 1368), painter, is first noted in 1348–50, under the name of Hugh le Peyntour, painting flags or sails for Edward III's ships. He was then attached to the king's chamber. In March 1350 Hugh St Albans...