exhibition history: 30 Masterpieces: An Exhibition of Paintings from the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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movement: Flemish Primitives (1)

genre: Christian art (2)

artist: anonymous (2)

collection: Metropolitan Museum of Art (2) | Bernard du Bus de Gisignies (1) | Maurice Kann (1) | Michael Friedsam (1) | Philipp Ernst Moritz, Graf von Saint-Genois (1) | Frantisek Kominik (1)

location: Metropolitan Museum of Art (2)

country of origin: Netherlands (1)

owned by: Michael Friedsam (1)

main subject: Madonna and Child (1) | Harrowing of Hell (1)

material used: wood (2) | oil paint (2)

donated by: Michael Friedsam (1)

published in: European Paintings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art by Artists Born before 1865: A Summary Catalogue (2) | Flemish Paintings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art (1) | A Concise Catalogue of the European Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (1) | From Van Eyck to Bruegel: Early Netherlandish Painting in The Metropolitan Museum of Art (1)

exhibition history: 30 Masterpieces: An Exhibition of Paintings from the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (2) | Norton Simon Museum (1) | The Michael Friedsam Collection (1) | Old Masters from the Metropolitan (1) | Loan Exhibition of Forty-three Paintings by Rubens and Twenty-five Paintings by Van Dyck (1) | European Masters of the XVII and XVIII Centuries (1) | Metropolitan Museum Masterpieces (1) | Christmas Exhibition (1) | From Van Eyck to Bruegel: Early Netherlandish Painting in The Metropolitan Museum of Art (1) | Out of this World: An Exhibition of Fantastic Landscapes from the Renaissance to the Present (1) | Kara Walker at the Met: After the Deluge (1) | Remember That You Will Die: Death Across Cultures (1) | Looking for Utopia (1)

depicts: Jesus Christ (1) | Virgin Mary (1)

instance of: painting (2)

Virgin and Child

by anonymous (2nd millennium)

Jesus Christ Virgin Mary

Christ's Descent into Hell

by anonymous (17th century)