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English: Curator Friso Lammertse (Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen) talks about the Norfolk Tryptich (anonymous, 1415-1420). This panel is one of the earliest examples of Dutch painting which have been preserved. Because it was made in the neighbourhood of Liege, around 1415, this type of painting must have been influential for the Van Eyck brothers, to whom it has even been attributed.
Author Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen / Els Hoek and Wouter Schreuder


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