Mabuse, or Maubeuge, Jean de, or Jan Gossart (1480-?-1562), a distinguished Flemish artist, born at Maubeuge, a village of Hainault, appears to have studied on the French border. He then went to Antwerp, and in 1508 went to Italy with his patron, Philip of Burgundy, where he studied the Leonardesque school. He introduced a new style into the Flemish school. He resided chiefly at Middleburg, where fine specimens of his art are preserved. He executed commissions for Charles V. and for Christian II. of Denmark, the portraits of whose children came into the possession of Henry VIII., and are now at Hampton Court, He is said to have visited England.