Retrato da Princesa Santa Joana (Museu de Aveiro) - São Paulo (c. 1450-1490, MNAA) - São Pedro (c. 1450-1490, MNAA) - São Vicente atado à coluna (c. 1450-1490, MNAA) - Políptico de São Vicente de Fora (c. 1450-1490, MNAA).
Nuno Gonçalves foi um pintor português do século XV, ao qual Francisco de Holanda no seu livro Da Pintura Antiga (Lisboa, 1548) se referiu como uma das" águias", um dos mestres do século XV. O seu nome foi registado em 1463 como pintor da corte de Afonso V, mas nenhum trabalho inequivocamente seu sobreviveu até hoje. Há, no entanto, fortes indícios de que tenha sido o autor dos Painéis de São Vicente de Fora, uma obra-prima da pintura portuguesa do século XV, na qual se retratam figuras proeminentes da corte portuguesa de então.
Nuno Gonçalves was a 15th century Portuguese artist credited for the painting of the Paineis de São Vicente de Fora (Saint Vincent Panels). The panels depict the main elements of Portuguese society in the 15th century: clergy, nobility and common people. Very little is known of his life, neither his birth or death dates are known; but documents of the time seems to indicate that he was active between 1450 and 1490. The only reference that art historians can use to support his authorship of the Saint Vincent Panels is by Francisco de Holanda, in the 16th century. It mentions a great work of art made by him that is inferred to be the Panels. It is also speculated that the father of Hugo van der Goes collaborated in the painting of the panel but there is not concrete proofs. Since their discovery in late 19th century there has been great dispute over the identity of the painter and the characters shown in the Panels. Even the claim that Prince Henry the Navigator appears in the third panel is still under debate. Nevertheless "Saint Vicent Panels" is seen as the highest peak of Portuguese antique art. The regional museum of Aveiro displays a portrait of Princess Joana, 'the Holy Princess', also attributed to Nuno Gonçalves.