Random Inspiration: Anthonis Mor

by Matthew Innis |

Anthonis Mor was perhaps the greatest Flemish portrait artist of the 16th century, but despite royal patronage and international renown, his fame and recognition over the centuries has faded, especially in comparison to that of his contemporaries Titian and Holbein, whom the world certainly remembers better.

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