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Benson Ambrosius

 

 

Ambrosius Benson      Pages: 1-2


(1495 - 1550)

Ambrosius Benson was born in Italy but began working in Bruges in 1518. Initially, he worked as an assistant to Gerard David. His paintings were successful in the Italian and Spanish markets and were created specifically for export to those locations. He painted primarily religious paintings but also produced some portraits.




Mary Magdalene
c. 1530

 

 

 


Portrait de Marguerite d'Autriche

 


Portrait of Cornelius de Schepper and his Wife

 


Portrait of Cornelius de Schepper and his Wife

 


Virgin and Child with Saints

 


Santo Domingo de Guzman

 


Judith with the Head of Holofernes
(Ambrosius Benson and Workshop)

 


Lucretia

 


The Concert after the Meal

 


The Virgin and Child

 


The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne

 


Elegant Couples Dancing in a Landscape

 


The Magdalen reading. c. 1525

 

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