| Dutch|| Painting|
| Hans Vredeman de Vries, Marten de Vos, Joachim Beuckelaer|
Arnout de Muyser was an artist in the second half of the sixteenth century.
Arnout de Muyser Wikipedia
Little is known about Arnout apart from the two market scenes he painted -- Woman selling fruit and vegetables and Vegetable and Flower Market, formerly in the collections of the Farnese family of Parma and now kept at the Museum of Capodimonte in Naples. Licia Ragghianti Collobi notes the influences of Joachim Beuckelaer for still lifes, Hans Vredeman de Vries for architectural decoration and Maerten de Vos for figures in these two market scenes, which suggest he was trained in Antwerp around 1560-1570. Another work A Fish Seller's Stall has also been attributed to de Muyser.