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Jan van Scorel | Madonna of the Daffodils with the Christ Child and Donors, ca.1535 (?), oil on panel, 55.5×76.2cm, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid. | Jan van Scorel was an important Netherlandish painter and one of the artists to introduce the Italian Renaissance into the Low Countries. He travelled to Rome, summoned by Alexander VI, and also to Venice, he was trained with Jacob Cornelisz. van Oostsanen and possibly also with Jan Gossaert.

Jan van Scorel | Madonna of the Daffodils with the Christ Child and Donors, ca.1535 (?), oil on panel, 55.5×76.2cm, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid. | Jan van Scorel was an important Netherlandish painter and one of the artists to introduce the Italian Renaissance into the Low Countries. He travelled to Rome, summoned by Alexander VI, and also to Venice, he was trained with Jacob Cornelisz. van Oostsanen and possibly also with Jan Gossaert.

Jan van Scorel (1495-1562) — Portrait of a Young Man : Spada Gallery, Rome, Italy (738x900)

Jan van Scorel (1495-1562) — Portrait of a Young Man : Spada Gallery, Rome, Italy (738x900)

Scholar, Louisa Matthew, Examines Painting Techniques in Renaissance Europe | ARTES MAGAZINE

Scholar, Louisa Matthew, Examines Painting Techniques in Renaissance Europe | ARTES MAGAZINE

A portrait of Archduchess Anna Of Austria.

Nicolas Neufchatel (1527 – 1590, Belgian)

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