Early Netherlandish Painting: From Van Eyck to Bruegel

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266. Christ's Entry into Jerusalem. Utrecht
267-268. Invention of the Cross. Breda
269. Twelve Jerusalem pilgrims. Haarlem
270. Five Jerusalem pilgrims. Utrecht
271. Schoolboy. Rotterdam
272. A man. Berlin
273. Jerusalem pilgrim.Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Cranbrook Academy
274. Agatha van Schoonhoven. Rome, Galleria Doria
275. Mary Magdalen. Amsterdam
MAERTEN VAN HEEMSKERCK (1498-1574)
276. Family Group. Cassel
277-278. St. Luke painting the Virgin. Haarlem
279-280. Pieter Bicker and his wife. Amsterdam
JAN VERMEYEN (c.1500-1559)
281. Erard de la Merck.Von Pannwitz Collection
282. A man.Wilton House, Earl of Pembroke
PIETER BRUEGEL (1525/30-1569)
283-284. Triumph of Death. Madrid
285. Return of the Herd. Vienna
286-287. Hunters in the Snow. Vienna
288. Suicide of Saul. Vienna
289. Land of Cockaigne. Munich
290. Peasant Dance. Vienna
291. Birdnester. Vienna
292. Parable of the Blind. Naples
293. Dulle Griet (detail). Antwerp, Museum Mayer van den Bergh

COLOUR PLATES
I. Rogier van der Weyden: A Young Woman. London
II. Rogier van der Weyden: Descent from the Cross. Madrid
III. Memlinc: Annunciation to the Shepherds. Detail from the 'Seven Joys of Mary'. Munich
IV-V. Bosch: Adam and Eve; Hell. Wings of the 'Hay-Wain'. Escorial
VI. Bosch: Adoration of the Kings. New York
VII. Massys: Portrait of a Canon. Vaduz, Liechtenstein Collection
VIII. Lucas van Leyden: Adoration of the Kings. Chicago
IX. Lucas van Leyden: Healing of the Blind Man. Leningrad
X. Van Eyck: Landscape. Detail from the Ghent altarpiece (pl. 3)
XI. Hugo van der Goes: The Christ Child adored by Angels. Detail from the Portinari altarpiece (pl. 88). Florence
XII. Pieter Bruegel: Peasant Wedding. Vienna

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