Hans Memling, Madonna and Donor, c. 1470s ArtExperienceNYC
View of The Last Judgement with its panels closed, depicting the donors, Angelo di Jacopo Tani and his wife, Caterina de Tanagli, below the Madonna and Child and St. Michael - Hans Memling
Hans Memling (circa 1433–1494) Title Deutsch: Diptychon des Maarten van Nieuwenhove, rechte Tafel: Porträt des Maarten van Nieuvenhove
MEMLINC Hans: Flemish school (1435-1494) -
During the Renaissance, the biggest religion was Christianity and other religions were not as big. Some people were even persecuted if their beliefs were not those of Christianity.
St. Ursula and her 11,000 virgins. I don't know how she was able to fit all those virgins underneath her cape. I guess you can do those things when you're a saint.
MEMLINC Hans: Flemish school (1435-1494) - The Last Judgement (left panel) the blessed
Hans Memling (1436 - 1494) Skull. Oil on panel.
Hans Memling. Portrait of a Man c. 1490 Oil on wood, 35 x 25 cm Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence