Netherlandish painter and tapestry designer, probably a pupil of Mabuse.
About 1525 he became Court Painter to Margaret of Austria, regent of the Netherlands at Mechelen and in 1535 he accompanied the Emperor Charles V to Tunis. This journey supplied him with scenes for later works, including tapestries designed 1545/48 for the Regent, Mary of Hungary. At present many portraits are ascribed to him on very little evidence, as an alternative to Scorel,
Heemskerck or Lucas van Leyden.
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