Jan Gossaert – Flemish Painter

Jan Gossaert (c. 1478 – 1532), also known as Jan Mabuse, was a Flemish painter best known for introducing Italian art styles to the Netherlands. He was a notable portrait artist and worked for Philip of Burgundy. An early trip to Italy had great influence on his work and he adopted ideas from classical art, ornate and Romanist styles in his later works. He is best known for statuesque nudes, numerous Madonna and Child renditions, and many portraits which are particularly notable for their expressive depiction of hands. Our pattern set collection contains many of his works including Danae, Hercules and Deianira, Lady Portrayed As Mary Magdalene, Adam and Eve, Man with a Rosary, Madonna and Child, Neptune and Amphitrite, Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, and a self portrait.

Patterns Included In This Set

Self Portrait

Portrait of Hendrik III

Three Children of Christian II of Denmark

Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon

Hercules and Deianira


Portrait of Francisco de los Bebes y Molina

Isabella of Spain and Denmark

Portrait of a Merchant

A Young Princess

The Virgin and Child with White Lily and Cherries

Portrait of a Man

The Holy Family

Lady Portrayed As Mary Magdalene

The Holy Family

Madonna and Child

Madonna and Child

Madonna and Child

Maagd en kind

Portrait of Baudouin of Burgundy

Adam and Eve

An Elderly Couple

Man with a Rosary

Adam and Eve

Venus and the Mirror

Neptune and Amphitrite

Diptych of Jean Carondelet