The Sixteenth Century Netherlandish Paintings with French Paintings before 1600

Lorne Campbell

This catalogue presents a total of 85 works, including masterpieces of the Gallery’s 16th-century Netherlandish collection (such as Bosch’s Christ Mocked, the Adoration of the Kings by Pieter Bruegel the Elder and the Four Elements by Joachim Beuckelaer).

The small number of 16th-century French works includes two paintings by the Master of Saint Giles, and the Meeting at the Golden Gate by the Master of Moulins and his workshop.

Full catalogue entries for seven works by Gossaert were published here to coincide with the exhibition Jan Gossaert’s Renaissance.

Read the catalogue entries by Lorne Campbell, former George Beaumont Senior Research Curator at the National Gallery.

Johannes Wierix, 'Mabuse, from Dominicus Lampsonius, Pictorum aliquot celebrium Germaniae inferioris effigies'
Read a detailed biography of Jan Gossaert by Lorne Campbell
Detail from Gossaert, 'The Adoration of the Kings', 1510-15
Read the full catalogue entry for Jan Gossaert's 'The Adoration of the Kings' by Lorne Campbell
Jan Gossaert, 'Damião de Goes'
Read the full catalogue entry for Jan Gossaert's 'A Man holding a Glove' by Lorne Campbell
Detail of Jan Gossaert: 'An Elderly Couple'
Read the full catalogue entry for Jan Gossaert's 'An Elderly Couple' by Lorne Campbell
Jan Gossaert, 'The Magdalen'
Read the full catalogue entry for Follower of Jan Gossaert's 'The Magdalen' by Lorne Campbell
Jan Gossaert, 'A Young Princess (Dorothea of Denmark?)'
Read the full catalogue entry for Jan Gossaert's 'A Young Princess' by Lorne Campbell
Jan Gossaert: 'Man with a Rosary'
Read the full catalogue entry for Jan Gossaert's 'A Man with a Rosary' by Lorne Campbell
Read the full catalogue entry for Jan Gossaert's 'Virgin and Child' by Lorne Campbell