12 - Jan van Eyck Giovanni Arnolfini and his Bride 1434 Iconography Signed the painting with his name and the reflection has a couple and an official

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Jan van Eyck, Giovanni Arnolfini and his Bride, 1434 - Iconography - Signed the painting with his name, and the reflection has a couple and an official that proves this painting to be a document of the marriage of these two Rogier van der Weyden Escorial Deposition 1435 - All are always depicting the steps and stages of the cross, putting him up and down and everything in between - Skulls are always at the feet in these paintings, referencing the skull of adam - Christ is getting us out of the mess that Adam got us into Portrait of a Lady 1460 - Flemish Renaissance painting pioneered half and three quarter portraits Dieric Bouts is the Northern Renaissance artist to use one point perspective Hugo van der Goes Portinari Altarpiece 1476 - Central panel Adoration of the Shepherds, 1476 The shift in detail such as baby being naked and glowing is due to a female artist from sweden named:
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