Paul Bril, Diana and Her nymphs at the Hunt c. 1600 Web gallery of Art, Musée du Louvre, Paris
A group of Mannerist painters in the now separated southern providences of Flanders had more access to Italy, and as such became more influenced by Rome then Prague. Denis Calvaert for example had lived in Bologna and Marten de Vos and Otto van Veen had both travelled there. Van Veen became the founder a club in Antwerp dedicated to artists who had visited Rome known as the Guild of Romanists. These Romanists, sensitive to trends in Italian art, introduced a much more concentrated phase of Italian influence.
Otto Van Veen, The Artist Painting, Surrounded by his Family 1584, Web Gallery of Art, Musée du Louvre, Paris