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Jan van Eyck, The Annunciation, c. 1435, oil on panel.
In this diptych van Eyck creates an optical illusion. It appears to be sculpture yet it is really a painting.

Jan van Eyck, The Annunciation, c. 1435, oil on panel.

In this diptych van Eyck creates an optical illusion. It appears to be sculpture yet it is really a painting.

Posted 1 year ago with 55 Notes
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