Jan de Beer (painter)

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Jan de Beer, The Holy Three Kings Worshipping, 1510

Jan de Beer (c. 1475, in or near Antwerp – 1528, Antwerp), was a Netherlandish painter and draughtsman.


According to the RKD he was the son of the painter Claes de Beer and the father of the glasspainter Arnould de Beer. A student at the Antwerp Guild of St. Luke, he became a master in 1504.[1] In 1515 he became a dean of the Guild. He later took on apprentices, including his son, Aert de Beer.


  1. ^ Jan de Beer in the RKD

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