Gerard David  (Netherlandish, Oudewater ca. 1455–1523 Bruges):  Virgin and Child with Four Angels   (ca. 1510–15, oil on wood, 24 7/8 x 15 3/8 in. (63.2 x 39.1 cm), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

Gerard David (Netherlandish, Oudewater ca. 1455–1523 Bruges): Virgin and Child with Four Angels (ca. 1510–15, oil on wood, 24 7/8 x 15 3/8 in. (63.2 x 39.1 cm), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

Archangel Gabriel; The Virgin Annunciate  Gerard David  (Netherlandish, Oudewater ca. 1455–1523 Bruges)   in the Met

Archangel Gabriel; The Virgin Annunciate Gerard David (Netherlandish, Oudewater ca. 1455–1523 Bruges) in the Met

Christ Carrying the Cross, with the Crucifixion; The Resurrection, with the Pilgrims of Emmaus, Gerard David (Netherlandish, Oudewater ca. 1455–1523 Bruges), date: ca. 1510.

Christ Carrying the Cross, with the Crucifixion; The Resurrection, with the Pilgrims of Emmaus, Gerard David (Netherlandish, Oudewater ca. 1455–1523 Bruges), date: ca. 1510.

The Annunciation from a Book of Hours [France (Tours)] (2004.564) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Annunciation from a Book of Hours [France (Tours)] (2004.564) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Italian (Umbrian) Painter (ca. 1500). The Theological Virtues: Faith, Charity, Hope. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Bequest of Mary Cushing Fosburgh and Gift of Rodman Wanamaker, by exchange, 1982 (1982.177.1–3)

Italian (Umbrian) Painter (ca. 1500). The Theological Virtues: Faith, Charity, Hope. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Bequest of Mary Cushing Fosburgh and Gift of Rodman Wanamaker, by exchange, 1982 (1982.177.1–3)

The Lamentation, ca. 1480, Castile, Spain. The highly emotional, wrenching expressions on the faces of the standing figures in this shrine are heavily influenced by the work of the South Netherlandish painter Rogier van der Weyden (ca. 1399–1464). Indeed, it is possible the Spanish workshop that created this work included at least one Netherlandish artist. The shrine was originally the center section of an altarpiece from the ruined Benedictine monastery of Sopetrán, northeast of Madrid.

The Lamentation, ca. 1480, Castile, Spain. The highly emotional, wrenching expressions on the faces of the standing figures in this shrine are heavily influenced by the work of the South Netherlandish painter Rogier van der Weyden (ca. 1399–1464). Indeed, it is possible the Spanish workshop that created this work included at least one Netherlandish artist. The shrine was originally the center section of an altarpiece from the ruined Benedictine monastery of Sopetrán, northeast of Madrid.

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