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The Mérode Altarpiece (or Annunciation Triptych) is an oil on oak panel triptych. It is unsigned and undated, but attributed to the workshop of the Early ...

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Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpiece). Artist: Workshop of Robert Campin ( Netherlandish, ca. 1375–1444 Tournai). Date: ca. 1427–32. Geography: Made in  ...

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Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpiece). Additional Views (4). Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpiece). Artist: Workshop of Robert Campin (Netherlandish,  ...

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Robert Campin, Merode Altarpiece, tempera and oil on panel, 1425-28 (The Metropolitan Museum of Art) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker.

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Merode Altarpiece (1425) by Robert Campin: Analysis, Evaluation of Flemish Annunciation Triptych.

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Excerpt from Meyer Schapiro, "'Muscipula Diaboli,' The Symbolism of the Mérode Altarpiece," repr. in Late Antique, Early Christian, and Mediaeval Art: p.

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This intimate triptych, which dates from about 1425, is traditionally known as the Mérode Altarpiece, after the family that owned it during the nineteenth century.

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Jul 8, 2013 ... This version of Annunciation is rich in symbolism which was easily understood by average person of the days this altarpiece was ...

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Picture and description of a work by Robert Campin: Mérode altarpiece. Oil on panel (65 x 118 cm), dated 1425-1428.

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Picture and description of a work by Robert Campin: Merode altarpiece - Annunciation. Oil on panel (64 x 63 cm), dated 1425-1430.