Adriaen Isenbrant

c. 1490-1551 Flemish/Northern Renaissance

 

Brief Biography-Adriaen Isenbrant (Ysenbrandt) was a pupil of Gerard David. Little is clear about his life except that he was active after 1510 in Bruges, and the Guild of Saint Luke and Saint Eligius admitted him that year. Jan Mostaert of Haarlem was initially given attributions to many of his works. Some of his commissions were for Spanish clients, which he sent via Antwerp. Jan van Eyck, Albrecht Dürer and Hans Memling may have influenced his painting.

 

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Saint
Michael

Archangel Saint Michael and Saint Francis

Mass of Saint
Gregory

Mass of Saint gregory

Rest in Flight
to Egypt

Rest in Flight to Egypt

Virgin and
Child

Virgin and Child Enthroned

lady of Seven
Sorrows

Our Lady of seven Sorrows

Paulus
de Nigro

Paulus de Nigro

Christ in
Gethsemane

Christ in Gethsemane

Virgin and
Child

V irgin and Child

Madonna
and Child

Madonna and Child

Portrait of
a Donor

Portrait of a Donor

Lady of the
Seven-

Lady of the Seven Contractions

Portrait of
a Donor

Portrait of a Donor


Triptych

Triptych

The
Magdalen

The Magdalen in a Landscape