Antwerp Mannerism

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A term coined by the art historian Max Friedländer in 1915 to describe the style of painting practised by artists in Antwerp from c.1500 to 1530. It was essentially a late Gothic style and depicted religious subjects, though in its depiction of architecture it also displayed borrowings from the Italian Renaissance. Its most celebrated practitioner was Jan de Beer.

Subjects: Renaissance Art.

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