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Artists who influenced Jan Massys
More so than his brother Cornelis Massys, who was a less talented artist, Jan worked in the style of his father, whose studio he may have taken over following his death in 1530. Two years later, though still under the age of majority, Jan was admitted as a master in the Guild of St Luke in Antwerp. Like Cornelis, he seems to have left Antwerp immediately after attaining the status of master, for h ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Jan Massys

Quinten Metsys

Susanna and Elders
(Norton Simon Museum)

Judith with Head of Holofernes
(Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp)

Cornelis Cornelisz. van Haarlem
 
David and Bathsheba
(Musee du Louvre)

Lot and Daughters
(Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium)

Hans Eworth
 
Judith with Head of Holofernes
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Flora
(Kunsthalle Hamburg)

Lucas van Valckenborch
 
Bathsheba Observed by King David

Virgin and Child
(Saint James' Church, Antwerp)

Cornelis Massys