Triptych of Willem Moreel.

Hans Memling

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The Moreel triptych represents the essence of Memling's art. It was painted in 1484 for Willem Moreel a prominent Bruges politician and his wife Barbara van Vlaenderberch née van Hertsvelde. The painting was destined for the Chruch of Saint James in Bruges where the couple wished eventually to be burried.

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The great appeal of Bruges’ museum collections is their incredible diversity. From the Flemish Primitives to contemporary art, from the fine arts to archaeological finds, not to mention silverware, tapestries, furniture, and poetry. More about Musea Brugge

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