Adriaen Isenbrant, also known as Adrien Ysenbrandt,
(1490?-1551), was a Flemish Northern Renaissance painter. Hailing
from Bruges, and generally thought to be a pupil of Gerard David,
he has few signed works, and many paintings previously thought to
be works by David, or by Jan Mostaert are now attributed to him.
Very little is known about him other than the fact that he became
a Master c. 1510, and specialised in religious works. He may have
travelled to Genoa in 1511 with Joachim Patinir and Gerard David.