1550 ca1615 ca
a Flemish painter of history paintings and a draughthsman active in the Leuven area around the turn of the 17th century. Josse van der Baren mainly painted religious altarpieces on panel. His work is preserved in and near Leuven, including in Leuven’s St Peter's Church, the Park Abbey in Heverlee and the St Laurentius Church in Veltem. At the time, many Flemish artists such as Michiel Coxie and Frans Floris painted in a Italianizing style and van der Baren’s work was clearly influenced by this movement.
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