1) An artist who painted images on cloth, wood, etc.
The by-name continued to be active well into the sixteenth century: 1399-1400 Et in salario Johannis Payntour pictantis j magnum vale ad cooperiendum crucem stantem infra corpus ecclesić ... ij alias ymagines, Ripon
1439 to David Paynter for xxiiij baners peyntyng wyth canvas langyng thereto and peyntyng of vj castyls, xs, York
1522 empcione stuffurć pro le paynting cum vadimonia Thomć Payntour pro pictura prćdicti operis hoc anno, Ripon. In 1421-2, David Payntour of the payntourcrafte in York was working with the stainers for a Corpus Christi play.