Uncover the meaning behind the sixteenth-century triptych, St Luke Painting the Madonna, a cherished piece within The Phoebus Foundation collection. Through the meticulous restoration skills of Sven Van Dorst and the comprehensive art historical research conducted by Niels Schalley, this masterpiece is now revealed in its full historical and artistic glory.

Unknown Master, St Luke Painting the Virgin and Child Triptych, centre: St Luke Painting the Virgin and Child; left wing: Virgo Lactans; right wing: Benedictine Monk in Prayer, c.1520-1530
Detail of the left wing
Virgo Lactans
St Luke Painting the Virgin and Child
Benedictine Monk in Prayer
Exterior of the wings: Skull and Bone, c.1520-1530

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