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REYMERSWAELE Marinus van (b. ca. 1490, Reymerswale, d. ca. 1567, Reymerswale) Nationality : Flemish

Marinus van Reymerswale was a painter of three themes, all more or less caricatural. He painted a number of straightforward S. Jeromes, all derived from Durer's picture of 1521 (Lisbon) but stressing the crabbedness of scholarship. The other two themes are interdependent: two exceedingly ugly and covetous Tax Gatherers and a Banker and his Wife (the banker counting his profits). The Banker is closely related to Massys's picture of the same subject, and it may be that the Tax Gatherers derive from Massys's borrowings from the caricatures of Leonardo da Vinci.

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