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Subjects : Genre scenes, Urban
Keywords : 1960s, Paris, black and white, black art, chiaroscuro, photography, silhouette, stairs, underground
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Young Girls in Paris Illustration

The Merode Triptych or Annunciation Triptych is a triptych altarpiece attributed to the workshop of the early Flemish painter Robert Campin, probably copying an original by Campin. It was produced after 1422, probably between 1425 and 1428. It is considered to be the finest work by a Flemish primitive painter exhibited in New York, and in North America until the acquisition of Jan van Eyck's Annunciation"; this triptych remains Campin's most famous work today, thanks to the undeniable charm of the domestic setting and the cityscape seen through the window". This work is a triptych probably commissioned for private use, the central panel being relatively small (64 × 63 cm) and each of the flaps measuring 65 × 27 cm. The portraits of the donors are depicted on the left-hand panel"; the figure of the donor and the maid behind her seem to have been added after the altarpiece was completed by another artist, perhaps after the donor had married. The people depicted belong to the bourgeoisie of the Malines area, who were counted in Tournai in 1427. They can be identified by the coat of arms in the window of the central panel. The central panel depicts the Annunciation to Mary, or more precisely, the moment before the Archangel Gabriel announces the Annunciation to Mary. A small portrait of Christ, holding a cross, descends from heaven towards Mary, representing his impregnation by God. An unusual scene depicting St Joseph at work in his carpenter's workshop occupies the right-hand [...]


This artwork is a photography from the 50's, 60's and 70's period. It belongs to the humanist photography styles and urban photography styles.


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