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Q. What are the origins of the paintings?

A.  The paintings in this exhibition were probably made in Brussels or Bruges between 1482 and the early 1500s. They are strongly influenced by the work of the Netherlandish master Rogier van der Weyden, although he cannot have painted them himself, since he died in 1464. Instead, the paintings appear to have been modeled on several works by Rogier, which the artist or artists repeated in at least five different versions, each with different backgrounds and minor alterations in some of the details.

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