Hans Memling, Last Judgement (detail), 1467-71. National Museum in Gdańsk in Poland.

Hans Memling, Last Judgement (detail), 1467-71. National Museum in Gdańsk in Poland.

The Annunciation  Hans Memling  (Netherlandish, Seligenstadt, active by 1465–died 1494 Bruges)  Date: 1480–89 Culture: Netherlandish Medium: Oil on panel, transferred to canvas Dimensions: 30 1/8 x 21 1/2 in. (76.5 x 54.6 cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 Accession Number: 1975.1.113

The Annunciation Hans Memling (Netherlandish, Seligenstadt, active by 1465–died 1494 Bruges) Date: 1480–89 Culture: Netherlandish Medium: Oil on panel, transferred to canvas Dimensions: 30 1/8 x 21 1/2 in. (76.5 x 54.6 cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 Accession Number: 1975.1.113

Hans Memling (c1430-1494) - Angel Holding an Olive Branch, 1480. (I don't know if there are guardian angels, but if there were this is the one I want.)

Hans Memling (c1430-1494) - Angel Holding an Olive Branch, 1480. (I don't know if there are guardian angels, but if there were this is the one I want.)

1485 A servant assists Bathsheba from her bath. The scene depicted in the window frame is a 17th-century addition. It depicts David from a distance looking into Bathsheba’s window from the roof of his house. The original window scene portrays David peering in directly. Through the portal below one can see a depiction of Uriah’s death arranged by the adulterous King David. A centrally-planned element to the right of the portal bears sculptures of Moses and Abraham, representatives of the Law.

1485 A servant assists Bathsheba from her bath. The scene depicted in the window frame is a 17th-century addition. It depicts David from a distance looking into Bathsheba’s window from the roof of his house. The original window scene portrays David peering in directly. Through the portal below one can see a depiction of Uriah’s death arranged by the adulterous King David. A centrally-planned element to the right of the portal bears sculptures of Moses and Abraham, representatives of the Law.

Hans Memling: detail of "The presentation in the temple" 1463 - I am thinking I should do more partlets with my 15th century.

Hans Memling: detail of "The presentation in the temple" 1463 - I am thinking I should do more partlets with my 15th century.

Hans Memling, Hell, 1485 from Triptych of Earthly Vanity and Divine Salvation (front) (c.1485), Oil on oak panel, 22 x 15 cm (each wing), Musée des Beaux-Arts de Strasbourg

Hans Memling, Hell, 1485 from Triptych of Earthly Vanity and Divine Salvation (front) (c.1485), Oil on oak panel, 22 x 15 cm (each wing), Musée des Beaux-Arts de Strasbourg

The Annunciation Hans Memling  (Netherlandish, Seligenstadt, active by 1465–died 1494 Bruges)

The Annunciation Hans Memling (Netherlandish, Seligenstadt, active by 1465–died 1494 Bruges)

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