A Man and a Woman

about 1435, Robert Campin

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    These two paintings were made as pendants, or companion pieces, and would have hung next to each other. They were perhaps originally joined together as a diptych in a frame with hinges.

    The backs are marbled, which suggests that they were not intended to be hung against a wall.

    Paintings in this group: A Man and a Woman

    A Man
    Robert Campin
    about 1435
    A Man
    A Woman
    Robert Campin
    about 1435
    A Woman

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