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Belgian Artists

Belgian/Flemish Artists by their Movement and Famous Works

Jan Van Eyck Early Netherlandish Painter - Ghent Altarpiece; Arnolfini Wedding; Man in Red Turban; The Annunciation; Madonna in the Church; Madonna of Chancellor Rolin
Roger van der Weyden Early Netherlandish Painter - Descent from the Cross; The Last Judgement; St. Catherine; Adoration of the Magi; Virgin and Child Enthroned
Robert Campin Early Netherlandish Painter - Seilern Triptych; Nativity; Portrait of a Fat Man; Merode Altarpiece; A Man and A Woman; The Werl Triptych
Hans Memling Early Netherlandish Painter - Triptych of the Resurrection; St. Christopher Altarpiece; Adoration of the Magi; Donne Triptych; Bathsheba at the Bath
Petrus Christus Early Netherlandish Painter - Lamentation; Portrait of a Carthusian; Madonna of the Dry Tree; Nativity; Portrait of a Young Girl
Dirk Bouts Early Netherlandish Painter - The Ascension of the Elect; Christ and the Virgin Diptych; The Entombment; The Fall of the Damned; Triptych of the Virgin's Life
Pieter Brueghel the Elder Flemish Renaissance Painter - The Hunters in the Snow; The Peasant Wedding; Landscape with the Fall of Icarus; Harvesters; Triumph of Death; The Seven Deadly Vices; Parable of the Sower; Netherlandish Proverbs; Two Monkeys; The Gloomy Day
Peter Paul Rubens Baroque Painter - Massacre of the Innocents; Judgement of Paris; Christ on the Cross; Raising of the Cross; Henry IV Receiving the Portrait of Marie de Medici; Fall of the Damned; Garden of Love; Prometheus Bound; Death of Achilles; Battle of the Amazons
Frans Snyders Baroque Painter - Fox Hunting; Stag Hunt; Bear Hunt; Prometheus Bound (only painted the eagle); Medusa; Lying Lioness
Jan Brueghel the Elder Baroque Painter - The Battle of Arbela; Bowl with Jewels; Flowers in a Wooden Vessel
Anthony van Dyck Baroque Painter - Charles I at the Hunt; Samson and Delilah; Entry of Christ into Jerusalem; Crucifixion with Saints; Saint Martin and the Beggar; The Brazen Serpent; The Apostle Matthew; Saint Ambrose barring Theodosius from Milan Cathedral;
Rene Magritte Surrealist Painter - The Son of Man; The Human Condition; The Treachery of Images; Golconda; The Menaced Assassin; The Difficult Crossing; The Enchanted Pose; The Meaning of Night; The Adulation of Space; The Empty Mask; False Mirror
James Ensor Surrealist Painter - The Rooftops of Ostend; Christ's Entry into Brussels in 1889; The Intrigue; The Man of Sorrows
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