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Jan van Eyck: Madonna in the Church (1425) Flemish

Madonna of the Church ~Jan van Eyck 1425 to 1427 Oil on panel [National Museums in Berlin] , Berlin, Berlin, Germany

The name of this painting is "The Last Judgement Altar Piece". Was painted by Jan Van Eyck in 1445 and was completed in 1450. Is located in the St Baaf's Cathedral. In this painting I like how the top portion is bright and colorful, making it a happy scene. Then the bottom portion is dark and gloomy, making it look brutal and depressing. I like this painting because it shows two different emotions, happy and then dark and gloomy.

Jan van Eyck : The Last Judgement, c. Right panel of Crucifixion and Last Judgment diptych. Oil on canvas, transferred from wood. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. "Among the earliest surviving works by Jan van Eyck"

Anonymous (Lesser Poland): St. Catherine of Siena besieged by demons. circa 1500. National Museum, Warsaw

Catherine of Siena besieged by demons - Anonymous (Lesser Poland) circa 1500 tempera and gold on panel National Museum in Warsaw (NMW) not on view ”

The Dead Lovers c. 1470. Medieval painting.

Anonymous oil painting, created around 1470 in Swabia (German Empire). Known as The dead lovers, the painting belongs to the collection of the Musée de l'Œuvre Notre-Dame in Strasbourg. For years, it has been wrongly attributed to Matthias Grünewald.

“Landscape with the Fall of Icarus" (detail), c.1558, Pieter Bruegel the Elder.

tierradentro: “Landscape with the Fall of Icarus" (detail), Pieter Bruegel the Elder. *what art period is this?

Illustration by Swedish artist John Bauer

fairytalemood: “ art by John Bauer from Among Gnomes and Trolls (Bland tomtar och troll) ”