Goswin van der Weyden

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Goswin van der Weyden
Goswin van der Weyden - The Gift of Kalmthout - WGA25568.jpg
Gift of Kalmthout (1511), in Berlin State Museums
StyleAntwerp Mannerism

Goossen or Goswin van der Weyden (1455–1543), was a Flemish Renaissance painter active in Antwerp.


He was born in Brussels and was the grandson of Rogier van der Weyden.[1] His works hang in various churches and museums near where he lived.[1] From 1503 to 1530 he was registered in the Guild of St. Luke in Antwerp, where he died.

Dymphna, 1505, The Phoebus Foundation


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