File:Hugo van der Goes - Triptyque Portinari, détail 4.jpg

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English: Portinari Triptych
Français : Triptyque Portinari
Français : 1475
Medium oil on panel
Français : Huile sur bois
Français : 253 x 586 cm
English: Galleria degli Uffizi
Français : Galerie des Offices
English: Florence, Italy
Français : Florence, Italie
English: Detail of Mary and Joseph going to Bethlehem for the census (left panel)
Français : Détail de Marie & Joseph se rendant à Bethléem pour le recensement (panneau de gauche)
Source/Photographer Livre Les dessous des chefs-d’œuvre : un regard neuf sur les maîtres anciens, de Rose-Marie & Rainer Hagen, Köln : Taschen, 2000. ISBN 3822863351


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