Antonis Mor (ca. 1517-1577) was a Dutch portraitist to the Spanish monarchy.
Antonis Mor Summary:
- He trained under artist Jan van Scorel.
- He was painter to Cardinal Antoine Perrenot de Granvelle, a key figure in the Habsburg court.
- Mor’s style of portraiture was more formal and based on the paintings of Titian and Hans Holbein.
- He was employed by the court of Philip II of Spain.
- He was frequently referred to by the Spanish version of his name, Antonio Moro.
Antonis Mor Famous Paintings:
- Portrait of Prince Philip (1550)
- Portrait of a Man in Armor (1558)
- Portrait of Cardinal Antoine Perrenot de Granvelle (1549)
- Cardinal Granvelle’s Dwarf with a Dog (1549-1553)
- Portrait of a Man Pointing at a Table Clock (c. 1550)
- Portrait of Philip II of Spain in Armor (ca. 1557)