Jan van Eyck (c. 1385 or 1390 – 9 July 1441)

Jan van Eyck, The Arnolfini Portrait (Portrait of Giovanni 
Arnolfini and His Wife) 1434.

Jan van Eyck was a Flemish painter working in Bruges. He 
studied with his older brother, who was also a painter, but 
less famous.
Jan is the author of more than a hundred paintings on religious 
subjects, and some writers attribute to him the discovery of oil 
painting techniques.

Jan van Eyck, Virgin and Child with Canon van der Paele 1436.

Jan van Eyck, Crucifixion and Last Judgement (Diptych, Right Panel) 1420-1425.

Jan van Eyck, The Annunciation 1434-1436.

Jan van Eyck, Saint Francis Receiving the Stigmata 1430-1432.

Jan van Eyck, The Three Marys at the Tomb c. 1425-1435.

The painting is attributed to Hubert van Eyck, Jan's older brother, 
and there is also a version that it was painted together.

Jan van Eyck, Portrait of Margareta 
van Eyck (Artist's Wife) 1439.

Jan van Eyck, Portrait of a Man with 
Carnation and the Order of Saint 
Anthony (The "Tau" Cross) c. 1436.

Jan van Eyck, Virgin and Child, with Saints and Donor 1441-1443.

Jan van Eyck, Adoration of the Lamb from the Ghent Altarpiece 1432.

Jan van Eyck, The Virgin of Chancellor Rolin c. 1435.

Jan van Eyck, Man in a Blue Cap c. 1430.

Jan van Eyck, Angels Singing 
c. 1430-1432.

Jan van Eyck, The Madonna in the 
Church 1438.

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