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OBJECT LIST
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A Woman Kneeling before an Altar with a Sculpture of the Trinity
Master of the Moral Treatises
Collection of moral treatises; Ghent, about 1475–79
Lent by the Bibliothèque royale de Belgique, Brussels

Hell
Master of the Moral Treatises
Collection of moral treatises; Ghent, about 1475–79
Lent by the Bibliothèque royale de Belgique, Brussels

The Last Judgment
Master of the Moral Treatises
Apocalypse with commentary; Ghent, about 1475
Lent by the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York

Louis XI and Charlotte of Savoy before the Altar of Saint Andrew
Master of the First Prayer Book of Maximilian
Légende de Saint Adrien (Legend of Saint Adrian); Ghent,
1477–83
Lent by the Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna

The Martyrdom of Saint Erasmus
Master of the First Prayer Book of Maximilian
London Hours of William Lord Hastings; Ghent, before 1483
Lent by The British Library, London

Saint Jerome and a Donor
Simon Marmion
Valenciennes, about 1475–80
Oil and tempera on wood panel
Lent by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, John G. Johnson Collection

The Annunciation to the Shepherds
Simon Marmion
The Adoration of the Shepherds
Master of the Dresden Prayer Book
La Flora (book of hours); Valenciennes, before 1489; Bruges and probably Ghent, before 1498
Lent by the Biblioteca Nazionale “Vittorio Emanuele III,”, Naples

A Priest and Guy’s Widow Converse with the Soul of Guy de Thurno
Simon Marmion
La Vision de l’âme de Guy de Thurno (The vision of the soul of Guy de Thurno); Valenciennes and Ghent, 1475
The J. Paul Getty Museum

The Pietà
Simon Marmion
Miniature from the Voustre Demeure Hours; Ghent,
about 1475–80
Lent by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, John G. Johnson Collection

The Pietà
Attributed to Simon Marmion
Valenciennes, about 1470
Metalpoint, possibly over black chalk, on white prepared paper
Lent by the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, Francis H. Burr Memorial Fund, Alpheus Agatt Fund and William M. Prichard Fund, Cambridge, Massachusetts

 

The Last Judgment
Simon Marmion
Hours of Charlotte of Bourbon-Montpensier; Bruges, 1474–77 and possibly 1480s
Lent by the Collection of the Duke of Northumberland, England

The Holy Virgins Entering the Gates of Paradise
Simon Marmion
Leaf from the Breviary of Charles the Bold; Valenciennes, about 1467–70
Lent by The Metropolitan Museum of Art,
The Robert Lehman Collection, 1975, New York

Scenes from the Life of Saint Denis
Simon Marmion
Leaf from the Breviary of Charles the Bold; Valenciennes, about 1467–70
Lent by a private collector

Saint Luke Painting the Virgin
The Crucifixion
The Flight into Egypt
Simon Marmion
Leaves from the Berlaymont Hours; Valenciennes, about
1470–75
Lent by the Huntington Library, San Marino, California

The Mass of Saint Gregory
Simon Marmion
Valenciennes, about 1460–65
Oil on wood panel
Lent by the Art Gallery of Ontario, Purchase 1979, Toronto

Saint Bernard’s Vision of the Virgin and Child
Simon Marmion
Miniature from a devotional book; Valenciennes, about 1475–80
The J. Paul Getty Museum

Vigil for the Dead
Initial D: Saint Michael Protecting a Soul from Demons
Master of the Dresden Prayer Book
Book of hours; Bruges, about 1495
Lent by The British Library, London

David and Goliath
Master of the Dresden Prayer Book
Crohin–La Fontaine Hours; possibly Bruges, about 1480–85
The J. Paul Getty Museum

The Agony in the Garden
Master of the Dresden Prayer Book
Hours of Jean Carpentin; Bruges, mid-1470s
Lent by a private collector; courtesy of Sam Fogg, Ltd.

REVIVING THE PAST

Medea Kills Jason’s Son
Lieven van Lathem
Raoul Lefèvre, Histoire de Jason (History of Jason); Antwerp, about 1470
Lent by the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris

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