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Vermeyen, Jan Cornelisz

Beverwijk (Netherlands), Ca 1500 - Brussels (Belgium), 1559

Painter and engraver. He entered the service of Margaret of Austria in Mechelen in 1529, at a time of renewal of the Flemish tradition in contact with the Italian Renaissance. Highly appreciated at the Habsburg court, he served Charles V during 1535. Between 1546-47 he made the cartoons for tapestries woven for Mary of Hungary in Brussels by Willem de Pannemaker (1548-54, Royal Palace, Madrid). His religious paintings often depict very bold night scenes. His half-length portraits of expressive hands are among the most outstanding in Flemish painting of the 16th century. Between 1545-46, he made etchings with unprecedented freedom of line.

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The Holy Trinity
Oil on panel, 1530 - 1540
Vermeyen, Jan Cornelisz

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