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The Christ Child, at the Virgin's breast, stares out of the picture. The landscape with its tall mountains is typical of landscape depiction in the Low Countries in the 16th century.

In the past this picture has been ascribed to van Orley, but it appears not to be by him or a member of his studio, although there is a stylistic association with his work. The landscape is somewhat reminiscent of the style of Patinir.


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