Jan Gossart, also called Jan Gossaert or Jan Mabuse, born c. 1478, Maubeuge, France—died October 1, 1532, Antwerp, Belgium), was a Netherlandish painter who was one of the first artists to introduce the style of the Italian Renaissance into the Low Countries.
Gossart is most likely to be identified with Jennyn van Hennegouwe, who is registered as a master in the Guild of St. Luke at Antwerp in 1503. His most important early work extant is the Adoration of the Kings, which is painted in the ornate style of the Antwerp school.
Other early works, such as Jesus, the Virgin, and the Baptist, reflect his interest in the works of Jan van Eyck and Albrecht Dürer. Another early work,
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