|The Adoration of the Kings, 1510-15, Jan Gossaert, |
(perhaps the earliest depiction of a black figure in European art).
|Jan Gossaert (Mabuse) |
|The Holy Family, 1507-08, Jan Gossaert, shortly before he went to Rome.|
|Descent from the Cross, 1520, Jan Gossaert. |
Eventually the Italian influences began to improve his art.
|Phillip of Burgundy,|
|Neptune and Aphitrite, 1515,|
|Hercules and Deianira, 1516,|
|Adam and Eve Panel of the|
Malvagna Triptych, Jan Gossaert
|Adam and Eve, 1520, Jan Gossaert,|
sampling the forbidden fruit.
|Adam and Eve, Jan Gossaert.|
What? No seashell?
|Adam and Eve, 1517, Jan Gossaert|
(or, The Metamorphosis of
Hermaphrodite and Salmacis).