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Abraham Janssen

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(b c.1575; bur. Antwerp, 25 Jan. 1632).

Flemish figure and portrait painter, active mainly in Antwerp. In 1598 and 1601 he is documented in Rome and by 1602 he was ...

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Adriaen van Overbeke

Overview page. Subjects: Renaissance Art.

(fl c. 1508–29). Netherlandish painter. He was registered as a painter in the Guild of St Luke, Antwerp, in 1508 and accepted two apprentices in 1522. His known activity is restricted to...

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Anton Woensam

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(1493/6 –1541).

German painter and graphic artist specializing in woodcuts. Forty-five paintings and over 500 woodcuts are attributed to him. The family settled in Cologne in 1510...

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Antwerp

Overview page. Subjects: Renaissance Art — History by Period.

Before the medieval settlement that grew into the city, the site had known Roman and late antique inhabitants. The early castrum/civitas was destroyed by Vikings in 836, and its successor...

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Cornelis Engebrechtszoon

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(b 1460–65; dbetween 11 Feb and 26 Aug 1527). North Netherlandish painter. Archival research by Bangs has established that he probably was born earlier than 1468, the birthdate given by van...

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Cornelis Engelbrechtsz.

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(b Leiden, c.1460; d Leiden, Feb./Aug. 1527).

Netherlandish painter, active in Leiden, where he was the leading artist of his day. He was influenced by the fashionable Italianate...

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Dutch art

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Painting and graphic art produced from the early 15th century to the present day in the seven Dutch northern provinces of the Netherlands. These seven provinces were Holland, Zeeland,...

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Jacob Cornelisz. van Oostsanen

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(b Oostsanen, nr. Amsterdam, c.1475; d ?Amsterdam, 1533).

Netherlandish painter and designer, the best-known member of a family of artists. He worked mainly in Amsterdam, where he...

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Jacob van Cothem

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(fl c. 1513). Netherlandish sculptor or dealer. His name appears in the records of the Abbey of Averbode in connection with the acquisition of three carved and polychromed wooden...

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Jan de Beer

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(b ?Antwerp, c. 1475; d Antwerp, before 10 Nov 1528). South Netherlandish painter and draughtsman. He is first mentioned in 1490 in the register of the Antwerp Guild of St Luke, apprenticed...

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Jan de Molder

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(fl c. 1513–18). Netherlandish wood-carver. He is known only for the production of two carved altarpieces for the abbey of Averbode. The first, destined for the altar of the Holy Sacrament...

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Jan Gossaert

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(b ?Maubeuge, c.1478; d ?Antwerp, 1 Oct. 1532).

Netherlandish painter, probably from Maubeuge (now in France), from which his name ‘Mabuse’ derives. In 1503 he became a master in...

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Jan Mertens, the younger

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(b Antwerp, c. 1470; d Antwerp, c. 1527). South Netherlandish painter. His father was the sculptor Jan Mertens the elder (fl c. 1473–1509), whose family is thought to have originated in...

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Jean Bellegambe

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(b Douai, c.1470/80; d Douai, 1535/6).

Netherlandish painter and designer, active in Douai, where he was the leading artist of his day. Douai, now in northern France, was neither...

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Mannerism

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Term used in the study of the visual arts (and by transference in the study of literature and music) with a confusing variety of critical and historical meanings. Even more than with most...

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Master

Overview page. Subjects: Renaissance Art.

(fl Fontainebleau, c. 1543–4). French engraver. He has been identified as Jean Vignay, a painter employed at the château of Fontainebleau between 1537 and 1540 at the rate of 20 sols a day,...

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Master of Amiens

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(fl c.1515–25). South Netherlandish or northern French painter. Friedländer in 1937 first proposed the Master as the author of three panels with Marian subjects (all Amiens, Mus. Picardie)...

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Master of the Antwerp Adoration

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(fl c. 1520). South Netherlandish painter. The conventional name was given by Friedländer (1915) and derives from a triptych depicting the Adoration of the Magi (Antwerp, Kon. Mus. S....

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Pseudo-Bles

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(fl c. 1520). South Netherlandish painter. His paintings form the principal foundation of the style now called Antwerp mannerism. His name is taken from the apocryphal signature henricvs...

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van Cleve

Overview page. Subjects: Renaissance Art.

South Netherlandish family of painters and draughtsmen. They moved to Antwerp from Cleve in the late 15th century or the early 16th. Hendrik van Cleve I was registered as a master in the...

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