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The Ghent Altarpiece. Early Netherlandish, Flemish, French, German and Belgian
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The Ghent Altarpiece. Early Netherlandish, Flemish, French, German and Belgian

(Wessel Krul) THE LOW COUNTRIES - 2013, № 21, PP. 68-81

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The Ghent Altarpiece, or Adoration of the Mystic Lamb, painted by the brothers Hubert and Jan van Eyck and completed in 1432, is the first great masterpiece of Early Netherlandish painting. It was labelled as a Flemish work of art, a, French, even a German and Belgian. Restoration work on the Altarpiece commenced in the autumn of 2012 and will take five years. Visitors to the Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent will be able to follow the process of restoration.

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