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Artists who influenced Cornelis Cort
North Netherlandish engraver and draughtsman, active in Flanders and Italy. His first documented works are a series of engravings issued by the Antwerp publisher Hieronymous Cock, beginning c. 1553. Cort may have been an apprentice within Cock’s establishment, as none of these prints was inscribed with his name until after the plates had passed out of Cock’s hands. A letter of 1567 to Titian from ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Cornelis Cort

Titian

Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence

Diana and Calisto
(Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)

Hendrick Goltzius

Correggio

Roger Liberating Angelica
(Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)

Moses and Aaron before Pharaoh
(Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)

Agostino Carracci

Federico Barocci

Tarquinius and Lucretia
(Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)

Lot and Daughters
(Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)

Jan Sadeler I

Federico Zuccaro

Saint George Killing Dragon
(Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)

Triptolemus
(British Museum)