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Dieric Bouts, La Nativité, Triptyque de la Vierge.

The Adoration of the Angels / Nativity (from the Polyptych of the Virgin) - Dieric Bouts. 80 x 56 cm.

'coronación de la virgen' de Aelbrecht Bouts (1450-1549, Netherlands)

Dirk Bouts, Coronation of the Virgin, Vienna, Akademie der bildenden Kunste, ca…

Dieric Bouts.  Flügelaltar »Die Perle von Brabant«, linker Flügel: Johannes d. Täufer, Mitteltafel: Anbetung der Heiligen Drei Könige, rechter Flügel: Hl. Christophorus.  1467-1468, Eichenholz, 63 × 28 cm, 63 × 62 cm, 63 × 28 cm. München, Alte Pinakothek. Niederlande. Altniederländische Malerei.  KO 00071

Dirk Bouts Triptych The Pearl of Brabant. John the Baptist, middle panel: Adoration of the Magi, right wing: St.

Dieric Bouts: The Justice of Holy Roman Emperor Otto III (1471-1475)

Dirk Bouts - Justice of Emperor Otto III- Beheading of the Innocent Count and Ordeal by Fire, Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels. Beheading, ordeal by fire, and a burning at the stake (in the background on the right)

Jan Steen Languishing love" 1660

The Lovesick Woman - : Canvas Art, Oil Painting Reproduction, Art Commission, Pop Art, Canvas Painting

Adoration of the Magi by Dieric Bouts the Elder

Dirk Bouts The middle panel of The Pearl of Brabant: Adoration of the Magi - Dirk Bouts, painting Authorized official website

Resurrection //	c. 1455 // Dieric Bouts // Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasadena // image: Web Gallery of Art // #Jesus #Christ #Cristo #Easter #Pascua

Dirk Bouts, Resurrection c. x cm Distemper on canvas Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasadena - Online gallery

Visitación, 1445

Dirk Bouts The Visitation - Dirk Bouts painting art sale, painting Authorized official website

Bladelin Triptych: left wing by Rogier van der Weyden

Rogier van der Weyden – The Appearance of Mary before Augustus, Bladelin Triptych, left wing.

Rogier van der Weyden (1400 – 1464) – Pintor Belga_7

signorcasaubon: Hans Memling’s Annunciation, on a design by Rogier van der Weyden; possibly commissioned by the Clugny family, whose coat of arms appears on the stained glass window and carpet. From New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.