Virgin and Child

Netherlandish (Bruges) Painter Netherlandish

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The Virgin in a Rose Garden—with the figure sometimes shown crowned—was one of the favorite courtly themes of late Gothic painting. The picture's style reflects Provost's training with the manuscript illuminator Simon Marmion in Valenciennes.

Virgin and Child, Netherlandish (Bruges) Painter, Oil on wood

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