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Jan Van Scorel Gallery

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Choose from 7 pictures in our Jan Van Scorel collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Adoration of the Magi, c. 1519. Creator: Jan van Scorel
Adoration of the Magi, c. 1519. Creator: Jan van Scorel
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Landscape with Tournament and Hunters, 1519/20. Creator: Jan van Scorel
Landscape with Tournament and Hunters, 1519/20. Creator: Jan van Scorel
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Noli Me Tangere, Donors in the Wings, 1548-1554. Creator: Jan van Scorel
Noli Me Tangere, Donors in the Wings, 1548-1554. Creator: Jan van Scorel
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Religious utensils, c1520, (1843).Artist: Henry Shaw
Religious utensils, c1520, (1843).Artist: Henry Shaw
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The Apostle Philip Baptizing the Eunuch, 16th century. Artist: Jan van Scorel
The Apostle Philip Baptizing the Eunuch, 16th century. Artist: Jan van Scorel
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The Virgin and Child, 16th century. Artist: Jan van Scorel
The Virgin and Child, 16th century. Artist: Jan van Scorel
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The Apostle Philip Baptizing the Eunuch, detail, 16th century. Artist: Jan van Scorel
The Apostle Philip Baptizing the Eunuch, detail, 16th century. Artist: Jan van Scorel
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Noli Me Tangere, Donors in the Wings, 1548-1554. Creator: Jan van Scorel Featured Image

Noli Me Tangere, Donors in the Wings, 1548-1554. Creator: Jan van Scorel

Noli Me Tangere, Donors in the Wings, 1548-1554. The main panel of this triptych depicts the meeting of Christ and Mary Magdalene after the Resurrection. Mary was the first to see the risen Christ and the title Noli Me Tangere, or do not touch me, were Christ's first words to her according to the Latin Vulgate account. The donor family is depicted on the wings of the triptych showing Henrick Joeszoen van der Stypen van Duyvelandt and his wife Marritgen, daughter of Dammas Simonszoen, with their sons and daughters. They have been identified from inscriptions on the back of the wings and from the arms on the signet ring worn by one of the male members of the family

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