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Artist	 Monogrammist Hb.  Title	 Deutsch: Der verlorene Sohn Date	between 1525 and 1550 Medium	oil on panel Dimensions	127,5 × 155,5 cm Current location	 Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

Title Deutsch: Der verlorene Sohn Date between 1525 and 1550 Medium oil on panel Dimensions × cm Current location Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

Her upraised arm shows three layers of clothing. Her coif also fully covers her head.   Laodamia, Miniature extraite des Héroïdes d'Ovide, 1496 et 1498

Laodamia writes a letter to her husband Protesilaus. From Octavien de Saint-Gelais's translation of Ovid's Heroides, illustrated by Robinet Testard, Bibliothèque nationale de France

.:. A Lady Writing at a Desk. The Master of the Female Half-lengths (active in Antwerp during the first half of the 16th century). Oil on panel.The engaging subject is entirely typical of this unknown master, who seems to have specialised in small-scale panels in a courtly style depicting elegant women reading, writing or making music in intimate interiors. The presence of the gilt cup and cover led Friedländer and others to suggest that the young ladies represented the Magdalene.

A Lady Writing at a Desk. The Master of the Female Half-lengths (active in Antwerp during the first half of the century). Oil on panel. The engaging subject is entirely typical of this unknown.

The Miracle of Saint Matthew taming the Dragons, 1478, Gabriel Mälesskircher

The Miracle of Saint Matthew taming the Dragons. Panel in the Altar of the Four Evangelists by Gabriel Mälesskircher, c. Now in the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid.

Biagio d´Antonio Annunciazione Roma, Accademia Nazionale di San Luca.

Biagio d´Antonio Annunciazione Roma, Accademia Nazionale di San Luca.

Glasses. London, British Library, Yates Thompson MS 5, c. 1500

Mark the Evangelist from British Library, Yates Thompson Book of Hours, Use of Rome ('The Tilliot Hours'). France, Central (Tours) c.

Saint Lucy  about 1476, Carlo Crivelli This painting is part of the group: Four Panels from an Altarpiece, Ascoli Piceno

Saint Lucy (patron saint of eyes/vision) about Carlo Crivelli This painting is part of the group: Four Panels from an Altarpiece, Ascoli Piceno

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