Ambrosius Benson(1495-1550)

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The Magdalene Reading

Ambrosius Benson was a Flemish Northern Renaissance painter. He was a disciple of George David and was known as one of the leading painters from the school of Bruges.


Pieta at the Foot of the Cross 1530


Elegant Couples Dancing in a Landscape

Benson’s work consists generally of religious themes and portraits, with strong chiaroscuro features. Though his work has often been compared to that of his Italian peers, Benson remains a strong example of Flemish art of his day.


Mary Magdalene 1530


Portrait of Anne Stafford 1535

Still wondering about a 16th century painting in your family collection? Contact us…it could be by Ambrosius Benson.