Adriaen Ysenbrandt

active 1510; died 1551
The name Ysenbrant is associated with a large group of works showing the influence of Gerard David. They also relate to work by the Master of the Female Half-Lengths.

Adriaen Ysenbrant was a master in Bruges in 1510 and is said to have been a pupil of David. Of the pictures attributed to him, two are dated: a male portrait of 1515 and an altarpiece of 1518. The name is sometimes spelled Isenbrandt.

Related paintings

The Magdalen in a Landscape
Adriaen Ysenbrandt
perhaps about 1510-25
The Magdalen in a Landscape
The Entombment
Style of Adriaen Ysenbrandt
about 1550
The Entombment
 
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