Picture of the oil on panel painting "Mary of Magdalene" by Jan van Scorel, c.1530.
Quoted from the Rijksstudio page, "The woman is Mary Magdalene. She can be identified by her jar of ointment, which she used to anoint Jesus’s feet. Van Scorel painted her as a seductive, luxuriously dressed courtesan, a reference to herreputed past as a prostitute. Her clothing shows the influence of Italian painting, to which Van Scorel was introduced during his trip to Rome."