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Well of Moses, Chartreuse de Champmol, Dijon, France

Well of Moses, Chartreuse de Champmol, Dijon, France

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Date: 1395/1405
Creator: Sluter, Claus
Description: The remaining lower portion of the fountain is decorated with several six-foot tall figures, David, Moses, Jeremiah, Zachariah, Daniel, and Isaiah, carved from stone.
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Battle Between Forces of Persia and Turan, illustration from Shahnama (Book of Kings), written by Abu'l-Qasim Manur Firdawsi

Battle Between Forces of Persia and Turan, illustration from Shahnama (Book of Kings), written by Abu'l-Qasim Manur Firdawsi

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Date: 1396
Creator: unknown
Description: Battle scene between the forces of Persia and Turan with soldiers wearing colorful patterned uniforms and horses and elephants sporting dazzling armor. Fortified dwellings and large trees appear in the background.
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The Madonna of Humility

The Madonna of Humility

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Date: 1430/1440
Creator: Angelico, Fra (workshop of)
Description: Madonna assumes a posture of humility with her head and gaze lowered. Christ child rests on her lap and two angels are depicted in roundels in both upper corners of the painting.
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Madonna and Child

Madonna and Child

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Date: 1440-1445
Creator: Lippi, Filippo
Description: None
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The Miraflores Altar

The Miraflores Altar

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Date: 1445~
Creator: Weyden, Rogier van der, 1399 or 1400-1464
Description: Three paintings depicting the life of Christ, set in an oak frame.
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A Goldsmith in His Shop, Possibly Saint Eligius

A Goldsmith in His Shop, Possibly Saint Eligius

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Date: 1449
Creator: Christus, Petrus
Description: The goldsmith's head and shoulders are seen in this detail along with the shelving next to him. Glass containers and other elaborate tools are also on the shelf.
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A Goldsmith in His Shop, Possibly Saint Eligius

A Goldsmith in His Shop, Possibly Saint Eligius

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Date: 1449
Creator: Christus, Petrus
Description: This detail features the goldsmith's face.
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A Goldsmith in His Shop, Possibly Saint Eligius

A Goldsmith in His Shop, Possibly Saint Eligius

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Date: 1449
Creator: Christus, Petrus
Description: A close view of the table's edge with text, the ribbon corset, the scale are visible in this very close detail of the painting.
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A Goldsmith in His Shop, Possibly Saint Eligius

A Goldsmith in His Shop, Possibly Saint Eligius

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Date: 1449
Creator: Christus, Petrus
Description: A man and woman stand behind a man who is seated at a wooden table and holds a scale. The interior setting is rife with accoutrement. The attire of the woman is rich in decoration and her headpiece is elaborate. The shelves hold containers and other miscellaneous items. A heavy green drapery hangs behind the seated man.
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A Goldsmith in His Shop, Possibly Saint Eligius

A Goldsmith in His Shop, Possibly Saint Eligius

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Date: 1449
Creator: Christus, Petrus
Description: The close view of the goldsmith's shelf is shown in this painting detail.
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