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    • Angela Rossi

      Arnolfinis Double Portrait by #JanvanEyck.

    • Liz Wikoff

      Jan Van Eyck Arnolfini Wedding The National Gallery, London, England

    • Paige Wilganowski

      Jan Van Eyck. I learned about this painting in my art history class! There's so much symbolism going on in this painting :)

    • Amanda Steenkist

      Jan Van Eyck - Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife (oil on oak, 1434)

    • Floor Oostra

      Jan van Eyck, The Arnolfini Portrait, 1434, National Gallery, London. This work is considered one of the more original and complex paintings in Western art because of its iconography and geometric orthogonal perspective.

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