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Midterm The early fifteenth century in the north


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Claus Sluter. Well of Moses, detail of Moses and David1395–1406. Charterhouse at Champmol, Dijon France.
Claus Sluter. Well of Moses, details of David and Jeremiah and Zechariah. 1395–1406. Charterhouse at Champmol, Dijon France.
Claus Sluter. Well of Moses, diagram of fountain in its original form and location.
Paul, Herman, and Jean Limbourg. January, the Duke of Berry at Table. from the Très Riches Heures. 1411–1416. Musée Condé, Chantilly, France.
Paul, Herman, and Jean Limbourg. February, Life in the Country, from the Très Riches Heures. 1411–1416. Musée Condé, Chantilly, France.
Jan van Eyck. Double Portrait of a Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife (“Arnolfini Wedding”). 1434. National Gallery, London.
Jan van Eyck. Double Portrait of a Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife (“Arnolfini Wedding”). Detail of mirror and signature. 1434. National Gallery, London.
Jan van Eyck. Man in a Red Turban. Self portrait? 1433. National Gallery, London.
Robert Campin or Workshop of the Master of Flémalle. Mérode Altarpiece, also called the Triptych of the Annunciation (Open). c. 1425–1430s. Metropolitan Museum, Cloisters Collection, NY, originally from Mechelen.
Robert Campin or Workshop of the Master of Flémalle. Mérode Altarpiece, also called the Triptych of the Annunciation (Open). Detail of mousetrap. c. 1425–1430s. Metropolitan Museum, Cloisters Collection, NY, originally from Mechelen.
Jan van Eyck, Portrait of Giovanni di Nicolao Arnolfini. (Gemäldegalerie, Berlin) Netherlandish, c. 1438.