A Versatile Precursor. Painter Jan Gossart
(Manfred Sellink) The Low Countries - 2011, № 19, pp. 309-312
Gossart was certainly not the first artist from the Low Countries to travel to Italy, but he was most certainly the first to draw copies of classical statues and architecture. After his return he quickly became one of the most sought-after artists of his generation. Gossart's importance lies also in his technical mastery as a painter, draughtsman and experimental printmaker.
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