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Madonna and Child, Rogier van der Weyden (1399-1464) Featured Rogier van der Weyden Print

Madonna and Child, Rogier van der Weyden (1399-1464)

Oil on panel, Dutch School, 15th century. Dutch artist Rogier van der Weyden was one of the most profound and influential painters of the 15th century. He was internationally famed for the naturalism of his detail and his expressive pathos. He created a range of types, for portraits and for religious subjects, which were repeated throughout the Netherlands, the Iberian peninsula, and even Italy, until the mid 16th century. He was apprenticed to Robert Campin in Tournai from March 1427 to August 1432 but he soon equalled his master and was later to influence Campin's own work. In 1435 he was made painter to the city of Brussels. In 1450 he may have travelled to Rome. He worked for Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy, and for foreign princes, as well as for the city and church. Rogier van der Weyden was highly successful and internationally famous in his lifetime. By the latter half of the 15th century, he had eclipsed Jan van Eyck in popularity. However, his fame lasted only until the 17th century, and largely due to changing taste, he was almost totally forgotten by the mid 18th century. His reputation was slowly rebuilt during the following 200 years and today he is known, with Campin and van Eyck, as the third (by birth date) of the three great Early Flemish artists, and widely as the most influential Northern painter of the 15th century. The Madonna and Child was a traditional subject for Renaissance artists, commissioned both by the Church and by private individuals. The use of oil paint on wooden panel, rather than egg tempera which was the dominant medium in Italy during this period, is a particularly Northern European development which gradually spread south to Italy through the 15th century

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Redemption Triptych: Sacrament of Marriage, from the series of small images portraying Featured Rogier van der Weyden Print

Redemption Triptych: Sacrament of Marriage, from the series of small images portraying

XIR488610 Redemption Triptych: Sacrament of Marriage, from the series of small images portraying the sacraments surrounding the central image of the Crucifixion, c.1460 (oil on panel) by Stockt, Vrancke van der (c.1420-c.95); Prado, Madrid, Spain; (add.info.: Triptyque de la Redemption, partie centrale: Le Mariage; Vranke van der Stockt was a pupil of Rogier van der Weyden, who was formerly considered the painter of this triptych; in the 16th century this picture belonged to Leonor Mascarenas, governess of King Philip II; she gave it to the Convent of Nuestra SeA?ora de los Angeles, which she founded; in this scene, the bride and groom extend their right hands to each other while the priest rests his stole on their hands in blessing; it was the custom in Flanders in the 15th century for both bride and groom to wear red clothes rather than white;); Netherlandish, out of copyright

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Central section of the Ambierle Altarpiece, 1460-66 (gilded & painted walnut wood) Featured Rogier van der Weyden Print

Central section of the Ambierle Altarpiece, 1460-66 (gilded & painted walnut wood)

XIR344035 Central section of the Ambierle Altarpiece, 1460-66 (gilded & painted walnut wood) by Flemish School, (15th century); 560 (open) x 225 cm; Eglise de Saint-Martin, Ambierle, France; (add.info.: Retable de la Passion; carved in a Brussels workshop; painted panels are from van der Weyden's studio; Rogier van der Weyden (1399-1464); polyptych given in his will to the church by Michel de Chaugy in 1476; carvings depict scenes from the Passion, Crucifixion and Deposition of Jesus Christ; 51 people depicted;); Flemish, out of copyright

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