2 Jan van Scorel, Self-portrait. From a group portrait of Jeruzalem pilgrims ; Scorel calls himself canon of St. Mary's in the inscription beneath his portrait. Frans Hals Museum. Haarlem. 3 MOLLY A. FARIES* Jan van Scorel, Additional Documents from the Church Records of Utrecht Jan van Scorel is one of the few Netherlandish artists of the 16th century whose career can be followed regularly in documents. Because he held the ecclesiastical offices of vicar in the church of St. John and canon of St. Mary's, both in Utrecht, Scorel's name often appears in the church records. When G. J. Hoogewerff published his book about this painter in 1923, he incorporated the results of an investigation of the archives made by S. Muller Fz., the head of the municipal (1874) and provincial (1879) archive of Utrecht until 19201. Hoogewerff selected a number of documents from Muller's study and grouped them in the back of his book; other references to the archives he scattered through the text. Unfortunately, when mentioning a document, he did not footnote, nor did he cite folio or inventory numbers. It is therefore difficult to separate Hoogewerff's supposition or discussion about the document from the
Oud Holland - Quarterly for Dutch Art History – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1970
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