1495 ca1560 ca
a Dutch Renaissance painter. According to Karel van Mander he was in Gouda in 1522-1523, at the same time that Jan van Scorel was there, who had just returned from Italy. He could paint landscape and flesh tones in the manner of Scorel, and travelled to Italy himself, spending time in Venice. Van Mander goes on to mention his woodcuts of Turks on horses armed with bow and arrow, as well as a woodcut of Christ preaching a sermon with a crowd of listeners on board a ship.
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