Jan Van Eyck. The Arnolfini Wedding Portrait. 1434. The National Gallery, London.

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Jan Van Eyck. The Arnolfini Wedding Portrait. 1434. The National Gallery, London.

Jan van Eyck ( 1395 - 9 July 1441), was born in Maaseik, Burgundian Netherlands. He was a flemish painter and considered one of the best Europeon...

Jan van Eyck

Jan van Eyck ( 1395 - 9 July 1441), was born in Maaseik, Burgundian Netherlands. He was a flemish painter and considered one of the best Europeon...

La Vierge au Chancelier Rolin, Jan van Eyck, 1435 Northern Renaissance

La Vierge au Chancelier Rolin, Jan van Eyck, 1435 Northern Renaissance

Jan van Eyck (1390-1441 Flemish) • Detail from Arnolfini Portrait & Edited…

Jan van Eyck (1390-1441 Flemish) • Detail from Arnolfini Portrait & Edited…

RENASCIMENTO - As mulheres no periodo renascentista, raspavam o cabelo para ficarem com a testa mais acentuada.

RENASCIMENTO - As mulheres no periodo renascentista, raspavam o cabelo para ficarem com a testa mais acentuada.

Hubert and Jan van EYCK / The Ghent Altarpiece with wings open (lower section) / Adoration of the Lamb (detail)  1425-29  Oil on wood  Cathedral of St Bavo, Ghent

Hubert and Jan van EYCK / The Ghent Altarpiece with wings open (lower section) / Adoration of the Lamb (detail) 1425-29 Oil on wood Cathedral of St Bavo, Ghent

Jan van Eyck : The Last Judgement Altar Piece"Lamb of God" .....St Baaf's Cathedral, Ghent, Belgium..................."For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil".......12:14

Jan van Eyck : The Last Judgement Altar Piece"Lamb of God" .....St Baaf's Cathedral, Ghent, Belgium..................."For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil".......12:14

Crucifixion by Jan Van Eyck, ca.1420CE, one panel of a diptych in the Metropolitan museum, NY; less than 23 inches high and 8 inches wide.

Crucifixion by Jan Van Eyck, ca.1420CE, one panel of a diptych in the Metropolitan museum, NY; less than 23 inches high and 8 inches wide.

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