1480 ca1535
a Flemish Renaissance painter, glass painter, draftsman, printmaker and glass designer of a religious-themed oeuvre. Jan Rombouts was active in Leuven where he introduced the Renaissance innovations of Bernard van Orley and the Antwerp school. The details of the life of Jan Rombouts are sketchy. He signed his work with the monograms IVR and IANR and was as a result for a long time wrongly identified with Jan van Rillaer II, the master painter of Leuven. The earliest known archival document in which Jan Rombouts is listed as 'Johannes Rombouts pictor' dates from 1508. He was mainly active in his hometown Leuven.
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