The name of this painter is unknown. We do know that a number of paintings are by him and that he possibly worked in Delft. At the start of the 20th-century, the art historian Friedlander attributed a small number of works to him and for want of anything better dubbed him 'Meester van de Virgo inter Virgines'. He derived this name from a painting showing Mary surrounded by four female saints. In a catalogue of works that appeared in 2004, 23 works were attributed to the master and, based on tests made on the wood, dated between 1468 and 1495.
Meester van de Virgo inter Virgines
werkzaam/active Delft circa 1465 - 1495