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Thus his name is linked to such distinguished works as the Polyptych of the Last Judgment by Rogier Van der Weyden (Hospices de Beaune) and the Virgin of the Louvre. The iconography. Van Eyck depicts the chancellor kneeling before the Virgin and Child. The only painting by Van Eyck in the Louvre's collection, the Virgin and Child with Chancellor Rolin, reflects the reality of 15th century Flemish society which allied, with no apparent sense of contradiction, a marked taste for opulence to a highly spiritual life.This multimedia study allows you to enjoy the wealth of detail with which Van Eyck portrayed the rich Nicolas Rolin.

The only painting by Van Eyck in the Louvre's collection, the Virgin and Child with Chancellor Rolin, reflects the reality of 15th century Flemish society which allied, with no apparent sense of contradiction, a marked taste for opulence to a highly spiritual life. This multimedia study allo. Jan van Eyck (/ v æ n ˈ aɪ k / van EYEK, Dutch: [ˈjɑn vɑn ˈɛik]; c. before 1390 – 9 July 1441) was a Flemish painter active in Bruges. He is one of the early innovators of what became known as Early Netherlandish painting, and one of the most significant representatives of Early .

Executed by Van Eyck for the college of Autun, according to the orders of Chancellor Rolin, advisor to the Duke of Burgundy, the Virgin of chancellor Rolin was transported to the Louvre by Napoleon I. It also bears the title of Virgin of Rolin and that of Virgin to the donor. Height: 0.66 – Width: 0.62 – Figures: 0.60. The Annunciation is an oil painting by the Early Netherlandish master Jan van Eyck, from around 1434–1436.The panel is housed in the National Gallery of Art, in Washington D.C.It was originally on panel but has been transferred to canvas. It is thought that it was the left (inner) wing of a triptych; there has been no sighting of the other wings since before 1817.