4. Probably MARIE DE VALENGIN illégitime daughter of Philippe le Bon, duc de Bourgogne; VAN DER WEYDEN Rogier - Flemish (Doornik 1400 - 1464) ~ Portrait of a Lady (1460, National Gallery Washington DC)
This fine portrait in the tradition of Dürer and Holbein is attributed to Jan van Scorel (1495-1562). He was an influential Dutch painter credited with the introduction of High Italian Renaissance art to the Netherlands. He was trained in Amsterdam and traveled more widely than many a modern painter. He was in Utrecht by 1517.