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Life of JAN VAN SCOREL


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  Jan van Scorel (Schoorel), the first Dutch painter of importance to study in Italy and responsible for introducing the Italian High Renaissance to the Netherlands. He was widely travelled and was appointed by Pope Hadrian VI superintendent of the Vatican Coll. In Rome he was influenced by Michelangelo and Raphael, particularly the latter. He returned to the Netherlands in 1524. His works include Pilgrims to Jerusalem, St Mary Magdalene and Holy Kinship.
  
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The Baptism of Christ
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Mary Magdalene
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12 Members of the Haarlem Brotherhood of Jerusalem Pilgrims
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Portrait of a Venetian Man
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Presentation of Jesus in the Temple
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