Maarten de Vos
(Belgian, 1552 - 1603)

Netherlandish painter who worked principally in Antwerp. In about 1522 he went to Italy and worked in the studio of Tinoretto (Jacopo Robusti); he also visited Rome and Florence. Most of his work consisted of altarpieces which show the influence of the Italian mannerism in his elongated figures but with a warmth of colour that looks forward to Rubens and Van Dyck.

Name:Maarten de Vos
Dates:1552 - 1603
Nationality:Belgian
Sex:Male
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Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekathedraal(Belgium - Antwerp)2 artworks
Bowes Museum - Barnard Castle (UK)(United Kingdom - Barnard Castle)2 artworks
Museum voor Schone Kunsten - Ghent(Belgium - Ghent)1 artworks
Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery - Glasgow(United Kingdom - Glasgow)1 artworks
Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten - Antwerp(Belgium - Antwerp)1 artworks
Museum voor Schone Kunsten - Antwerpen(Belgium - Antwerp)1 artworks
Private collection1 artworks
Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery(United Kingdom - Plymouth)1 artworks

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This person died over 70 years ago (in 1603).