Merode Altarpiece, Robert Campin (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Merode Altarpiece, Robert Campin (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

ca. 1427–1432 - Workshop of Robert Campin: Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpiece) DETAIL | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

ca. 1427–1432 - Workshop of Robert Campin: Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpiece) DETAIL | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Merode Altarpiece (detail) - (Robert Campin) Master of Flémalle ---- He created figures in different forms with sculptural motif and introduced new style of Ars Nova.

Merode Altarpiece (detail) - (Robert Campin) Master of Flémalle ---- He created figures in different forms with sculptural motif and introduced new style of Ars Nova.

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Merode Altarpice, Robert Campin, Flemish (c.1378 -1444) - (detail) / Metropolitan Museum of Art NY

Merode Altarpice, Robert Campin, Flemish (c.1378 -1444) - (detail) / Metropolitan Museum of Art NY

Top religious art choice:  Merode Altarpiece Print - The Met Store - Merode Altarpiece Print - The Met Store

Merode Altarpiece Print

Top religious art choice: Merode Altarpiece Print - The Met Store - Merode Altarpiece Print - The Met Store

Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpiece) Artist: Workshop of Robert Campin (Netherlandish, ca. 1375–1444 Tournai) Date: ca. 1427–32 Geography: Made in Tournai, South Netherlands

Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpiece) Artist: Workshop of Robert Campin (Netherlandish, ca. 1375–1444 Tournai) Date: ca. 1427–32 Geography: Made in Tournai, South Netherlands

Merode Altarpiece (Campin, Northern Renaissance, 1425 CE)  Triptych (3 panels), oil paint, extreme detail  Left: Patrons; Center: Annunciation (Mary, Gabriel, Jesus flying in window); Right: Joseph working in wood shop  Disguised symbolism:  - lily: trinity with bud as Jesus  - candle extinguished: holy light of Jesus entered the room  - mousetrap: Joseph as mousetrap for Devil (age)  - pot: "empty vessel"

Merode Altarpiece (Campin, Northern Renaissance, 1425 CE) Triptych (3 panels), oil paint, extreme detail Left: Patrons; Center: Annunciation (Mary, Gabriel, Jesus flying in window); Right: Joseph working in wood shop Disguised symbolism: - lily: trinity with bud as Jesus - candle extinguished: holy light of Jesus entered the room - mousetrap: Joseph as mousetrap for Devil (age) - pot: "empty vessel"

"The Annunciation Triptych" displays the hallmarks of the emergent Early Netherlandish style. A fascination with the natural world dominates. The smallest details are meticulously worked to reflect reality on a two-dimensional plane. Illusionistic effects are enhanced by the technical innovation of overlaying translucent oil pigments on aqueous opaque pigments. The resulting luminous, enamel-like surface achieves apparent depth, rich gradations of light

"The Annunciation Triptych" displays the hallmarks of the emergent Early Netherlandish style. A fascination with the natural world dominates. The smallest details are meticulously worked to reflect reality on a two-dimensional plane. Illusionistic effects are enhanced by the technical innovation of overlaying translucent oil pigments on aqueous opaque pigments. The resulting luminous, enamel-like surface achieves apparent depth, rich gradations of light

Robert Campin: Merode Altarpiece

Robert Campin: Merode Altarpiece

Merode Altarpiece Print - The Met Store

Merode Altarpiece Print

Merode Altarpiece Print - The Met Store

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