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Here are all the paintings of Juan de Flandes 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
1224 Christ and the Woman of Samaria Juan de Flandes Christ and the Woman of Samaria Musee du Louvre, Paris
20055 Christ and the Woman of Samaria (mk05) Juan de Flandes Christ and the Woman of Samaria (mk05) Before 1504 Wood 9 1/2 x 7\'\'(24 x 18 cm)Another of the pictures painted for Isabella of Castile,\"the Catholic Queen\";acquired in 1926
43888 Herodia-s Revenge Juan de Flandes Herodia-s Revenge 1496 Oil on wood, 75 x 50,4 cm
62420 Herodias Revenge Juan de Flandes Herodias Revenge 75 x 50,4 cm Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Antwerp Herod and Herodias sit at a table in a Renaissance interior. Salome presents the severed head of John the Baptist to them on a platter.Herod recoils from the atrocity, but Herodias holds a knife ready to pierce John's tongue in revenge for the saints's denunciation of her sinful behaviour. The panel belonged to an altarpiece devoted to the story of John the Baptist which was painted in 1496 for the Carthusian monastery of Miraflores near Burgos. The original form of the altarpiece has been partially reconstructed. Its central panel was the Baptism of Christ, now in a Madrid collection. Each wing consisted of at lest two panels placed one on top of the other. Although the work of Juan de Flandes is not really Southern Netherlandish in character, we nevertheless detect the clear influence of painters from Ghent and Bruges, especially Hugo van der Goes. He uses painterly techniques to create a strange atmosphere. The bright lighting and accentuation of the green, red and orange sections generate a nervous tension. Placing the main protagonists in the foreground lends the scene an expressive aura and a pronounced monumentality, which is further heightened by the dramatic movement, the sharply delineated forms and the realistic appearance of the figures. Author: JUAN DE FLANDES Title: Herodias' Revenge , 1501-1550 , Spanish Form: painting , religious
86541 Herodias' Revenge Juan de Flandes Herodias' Revenge Date 1496(1496) Medium Oil on wood Dimensions Height: 75 cm (29.5 in). Width: 50.4 cm (19.8 in). cjr
90581 Herodias' Revenge Juan de Flandes Herodias' Revenge 1496(1496) Medium oil on panel Dimensions Height: 75 cm (29.5 in). Width: 50.4 cm (19.8 in). cyf
52566 Herodias- Revenge Juan de Flandes Herodias- Revenge 1496 Oil on wood, 75 x 50,4 cm
92569 Portrait of an Infanta (possibly Catherine of Aragon) Juan de Flandes Portrait of an Infanta (possibly Catherine of Aragon) Date c. 1496(1496) Medium oil on panel Dimensions Height: 32 cm (12.6 in). Width: 22 cm (8.7 in). TTD
89126 Portrait of Joan the Mad Juan de Flandes Portrait of Joan the Mad between 1496(1496) and 1500(1500) Medium oil on wood cyf
97192 Portrait of Philip I of Castile Juan de Flandes Portrait of Philip I of Castile between 1496(1496) and 1500(1500) Medium oil on panel cyf
89134 Portrait of Philip the Handsome Juan de Flandes Portrait of Philip the Handsome between 1496(1496) and 1500(1500) Medium Oil on wood cyf
87439 Resurrection Juan de Flandes Resurrection Date c. 1508(1508) Medium Tempera and oil on panel. Dimensions 131 x 87.5 cm (51.6 x 34.4 in) cjr
92214 Resurrection Juan de Flandes Resurrection 1508(1508) Medium Tempera and oil on panel. Dimensions 131 X 87.5 cm (51.6 X 34.4 in) cyf
1225 Saints Michael and Francis Juan de Flandes Saints Michael and Francis 1505-09
89127 Saints Michael and Francis Juan de Flandes Saints Michael and Francis between 1505(1505) and 1509(1509) Medium tempera and oil on wood cyf
32861 Temptation of Christ Juan de Flandes Temptation of Christ mk84 ca.1500 Washington, National Gallery of Art,
28516 The Ascension Juan de Flandes The Ascension mk61 c.1510
28533 The Ascension Juan de Flandes The Ascension mk61 c.1510 Oil on canvas 110x84cm
45536 The increase of the breads and fishes Juan de Flandes The increase of the breads and fishes mk186 1496-1505 Madrid, Patrimonio Nacional
89314 The Marriage Feast at Cana Juan de Flandes The Marriage Feast at Cana 1500(1500) Medium oil on wood cyf
1226 The Marriage Feast at Cana 2 Juan de Flandes The Marriage Feast at Cana 2 1500 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
43890 The Nativity Juan de Flandes The Nativity c. 1508-19 Oil on panel,
43736 The Temptation of Christ Juan de Flandes The Temptation of Christ c. 1500 Oil on panel, 21 x 16 cm
52640 Vase of Flowers Juan de Flandes Vase of Flowers 1635-36 Oil on canvas, 44 x 34 cm
52641 Vase of Flowers Juan de Flandes Vase of Flowers Vase of Flowers 1636 Oil on canvas
62430 Virgin and Child before a Landscape Juan de Flandes Virgin and Child before a Landscape 1510 Oil on panel, 26 x 19,5 cm Private collection The composition of this remarkably refined little painting is based on a lost small work by Memling, which is best reflected in the Virgin of the Metropolitan Museum, New York. Since the dimensions correspond, the work must have been done with a tracing or punch-cardboard based on the original. The version discussed here shows the image in the right direction. The Virgin is represented high above a landscape, more monumental than the prototype. She stands behind a wall over which a white cloth is draped with very heavy folds. This also differs from the model. The panel was incorrectly ascribed to Michel Sittow, and later attributed to Juan de Flandes in 1966. On account of the quality, the typical facial features and the vaporous green-grey landscape, this attribution cannot be doubted. The panel originated about the time of the Retablo Mayor of Palencia (c. 1510) and may have been the central panel of a small triptych described in the accounts of Palencia Cathedral as the 'tabla oratorio de tress pie?as'. If so, it could have been a work in the style of Memling's Triptych of Benedetto Portinari (Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi), with a donor and a saint in front of a continuous landscape on the wings. Author: JUAN DE FLANDES Title: Virgin and Child before a Landscape , 1501-1550 , Spanish Form: painting , religious

Juan de Flandes
Flemish-born Spanish Northern Renaissance Painter, ca.1460-1519 South Netherlandish painter, active in Spain. Nothing is known of his life or work before he went to Spain, where he is first mentioned in a document of 1496 as Juan de Flandes, a painter in the service of Queen Isabella of Castile. Treasury accounts confirm that he held this position until the Queen death in 1504. On arriving in Spain, he must have lived in Burgos, where he certainly met MICHEL SITTOW, another painter in the Queen service, who had been at the Castilian court since 1492.
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