Margaret and Mary Magdalene with Maria Portinari painting on canvas or frame at discount price. Attribution of his work has been difficult for art historians, and a great many works though, in the early to mid-20th century, to be by his hand are now accepted to be copies by members of his workshop or by followers. Städelsches Kunstinstitut, Frankfurt am Main, Galleria Nazionale di Capodimonte, Naples, Still life paintings from the Netherlands, 1550-1720,, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Pen and wash heightened with white on gray paper, Pen and yellowish-brown and dark brown ink, softly outlined in pen, remains of black stylus preliminary drawing (chalk?) ), madonna col bambino, 1470 ca..JPG, Hugo van der goes (bottega), sant'anna metterza con un donatore francescano.JPG, Hugo van der Goes (c. 1440-1482) - The Trinity Altarpiece panels - (NG 1772) - National Galleries of Scotland.jpg, Hugo van der Goes (c. 1440-1482) - The Trinity Altarpiece panels - (NG 1772) - Royal Collection.jpg, Hugo van der goes (cerchia), ritratto d'uomo, 1470-75 ca..JPG, Hugo van der goes (da), pietà, 1480-90, Q11, 01.JPG, Hugo van der goes (da), pietà, 1480-90, Q11, 02.JPG, Hugo van der goes (e-o aiuti), san luca ritrae la vergine, 1480 ca. on paper, Brush and brown pigment, heightened with white, on grey-brown-violet grounded paper, This page was last edited on 23 August 2020, at 12:52. Hugo van der Goes’s Portinari Altarpiece caused quite a stir when it arrived in Florence—the city that was to become its permanent home. Hugo Van Der Goes. Yale University Press, 1999, Portrait of a Man at Prayer with Saint John the Baptist, The Lamentation (The Three Marys and John the Evangelist). The shining Christ Child lies on the ground surrounded by angels, while the Virgin Mary kneels to worship him and Saint Joseph stands holding a candle. Page of The Lamentation of Christ by GOES, Hugo van der in the Web Gallery of Art, a searchable image collection and database of European painting, sculpture and architecture (200-1900). The artist left a vast number of drawings, and ... During life: Hugo van der Goes is considered an exceptional artist who created paintings on a surprisingly large scale, both literally and in the unique size of his figures.His greatest work of art, the Portinari Altarpiece which was commissioned by Florentine banker Tommaso Portinari, who worked from the powerful Italian de' Medici family in Bruges, is considered one of the greatest early examples of northern Realism. Find more prominent pieces of religious painting at – best visual art database. Portrait Of A Man Hugo van der Goes • 1475 Portrait of a Man of Prayer with St. John the Baptist Hugo van der Goes • 1475 Virgin and Child With St. Anne and a Franciscan donor Hugo van der Goes • 1475 Portinari Triptych Hugo van der Goes • 1475 Kluwer Law International, 1969 • Koster, Margaret L. Hugo Van Der Goes and the Procedures of Art and Salvation. The most important work from Hugo van der Goes'... Hugo van der Goes' most important and celebrate... A close-up of a man seemingly engaged in prayer. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. Unknown publisher, 2010 • Friedlander, M. J. 01.JPG, Hugo van der goes, monaco benedettino, 1478 ca. 1475 Hugo van der Goes Netherlandish Hugo van der Goes produced some of the most celebrated altarpieces of the Northern Renaissance. Hugo van der Goes’s Portinari Altarpiece encompasses the numerous aspects of northern renaissance painting that enthralled those in other parts of the world. See more ideas about Hugo, Painting, Renaissance art. Commissioned by Tommaso Portinari who worked for the Medici Bank in Bruges, this work is one of the greatest early examples of northern Realism and its level of emotional intensity was previously unseen in Flemish painting.Later years: With depressive tendencies Hugo van der Goes suffered a mental breakdown in 1481 and attempted to take his own life.