Paintings in the Museum of Religious Art in Uden

The museum has a small, but very interesting collection of paintings; I will show below just a few that attracted my attention.  As often with the paintings (as well as with everything else, frankly), I am less interested in the ‘big picture’, but in ‘small details’, and so for many paintings I also show them.

 

The one above is the Last Judgement, by the follower of Hieronymus Bosch (c.1565)

The central panel:

Lower register of the central panel:

 

Left wing:

 

Lower register of the left wing:

 

 

 

Right wing:

 

Lower register of the right wing:

 

Via Dolorosa

 

Upper register

 

Man of Sorrow

 

Upper register:

 

Bottom register:

 

 

Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen – Triptych of Madonna & Child, and Saints with Patrons (c.1518)

 

 

Central panel:

 

Upper register:

 

Upper register – detail:

 

Upper register – detail:

Upper register – detail:

 

Left panel – upper register:

 

Left panel – bottom register:

 

Right panel – upper register:

 

I would love to think he holds a mirror:

 

Although most likely it’s a pear, as other painting, by so called Master of Frankfurt, shows: Madonna with a pear, c.1520)

 

 

Upper register:

 

Master of 1518 – Adoration of the Magi (c.1525)

 

 

Central group:

 

Upper part – detail:

 

In the upper part we see the Star of Bethlehem

 

 

Ecce Homo (copy of the Hieronymus Bosch’s work by unknown master)

 

 

Upper register

 

Bottom register

 

Last Judgement

 

 

Upper register

 

 

 

One more Adoration of the Magi, by Pieter Coecke van Aelst (c.1520) – I write about this work in my mirror blog.

 

 

 

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