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The Holy Kinship

Geertgen tot Sint Jans (workshop of), c. 1495, painting, SK-A-500

Christ’s family is gathered together in this fictional medieval church: the Holy Family, known in Dutch as the holy ‘maagschap’, an old word for kinship. Left, in a blue robe, the Virgin Mary is seated with Jesus, and alongside, her mother Anna. Behind are the two husbands: Joseph and Joachim.…

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Portraits of Giuliano and Francesco…

Piero di Cosimo, 1482 - 1485, painting, SK-C-1368

This diptych shows a leading Florentine architect, Giuliano da Sangallo with his late father Francesco, also an architect and a musician. These are early examples of portraits in which the subject’s profession plays a key role. Here a pen and dividers suggest architecture, a melody in note form…

The Meeting of Joachim and Anna

Master of Joachim and Anne, c. 1470, BK-NM-88

Joachim and Anna were childless for many years. Until Anna’s prayers were answered and she miraculously conceived a daughter, Mary. Joyous at the news, they embrace each other tenderly. This intimate, almost timeless scene was once part of a large altar depicting stories about the life of the Virgin…

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Madonna of Humility

Fra Angelico, c. 1440, painting, SK-A-3011

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Christ’s Descent into Limbo

anonymous, , c. 1440, BK-1962-33

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Mary, Joseph and three angels

Adriaen van Wesel, c. 1475 - c. 1477, BK-NM-11713

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Mary, Joseph and three angels

Adriaen van Wesel, c. 1475 - c. 1477, BK-NM-11647

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Mary Magdalene

Carlo Crivelli, c. 1480, painting, SK-A-3989

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The Death of the Virgin

Master of the Amsterdam Death of the Virgin, c. 1500, painting, SK-A-3467

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Kist in certosina-techniek,…

anonymous, 1500, furniture, BK-16629