A very fine work, attributed to Mabuse, has recently been added to the Gallery, No. 1689.
Matsys in this branch of practice was much under the influence of his contemporaries Lucas of Leiden and Mabuse.
When the tailor came to measure Mabuse, he desired to have the damask, under the pretence of inventing a singular habit.
He was accompanied during the trip by Mabuse, whom he imitated in his style as well as in his love of rich costume.
At the period when these portraits were executed Mabuse lived at Middelburg.
All the figures in Mabuse's picture (there are some thirty) will repay examination.
The attribution to Mabuse is made in the Director's Report for 1900.
Mabuse appears to have chiefly studied in Italy the cold and polished works of the Leonardesques.
The picture attributed to David is simple, earnest, and homely; far less gorgeous and various than the Mabuse.
Barbari was made court painter to the regent, whilst Mabuse received less important commissions.