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  1. Artists of the Northern Renaissance

  2. Albrecht Durer He travelled to Italy to learn from the masters there and brought artistic techniques of the Italian Renaissance back to Germany Albrecht Durer Self Portrait

  3. Albrecht DurerThe Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

  4. Albrecht DurerThe Knight, Death and the Devil

  5. Albrecht DurerBirth of the Virgin

  6. Albrecht DurerThe Little Owl

  7. Albrecht DurerHare

  8. Albrecht DurerAdoration of the Trinity

  9. Jan & Hubert Van Eyck The Ghent Altarpiece Two brothers from Flanders who painted both townspeople and religious paintings

  10. Jan Van EyckThe Arnolfini Portrait

  11. Jan Van EyckThe Arnolfini Portrait

  12. Hubert Van EyckThe Three Marys at the Tomb

  13. Jan Van EyckPortrait of Margaret Van Eyck

  14. Jan Van EyckMadonna in the Church

  15. Pieter Bruegel Pieter Bruegel depicted everyday ordinary people in his artworks as well as painting biblical themes. The Wedding Feast

  16. Pieter BruegelThe Tower of Babel

  17. Pieter BruegelBig Fish Eats Little Fish

  18. Pieter BruegelThe Harvesters

  19. Pieter BruegelWinter Landscape with a Bird Trap

  20. Peter Paul Rubens His works blended the realistic tradition of Flemish painters with the classical themes and artistic freedom of the Italian Renaissance The Head of Medusa

  21. Peter Paul RubensDaniel in the Lions Den

  22. Peter Paul RubensThe Descent from the Cross

  23. Peter Paul RubensMadonna in a Garland of Flowers

  24. Peter Paul RubensA Forest at Dawn with Deer Hunt

  25. El Greco A Greek painter who worked in Italy and Spain. His painting style is unique among Renaissance artists and can not really be characterized as any style . He was classically trained in Greece and in Venice Self-Portrait

  26. El GrecoView of Toledo

  27. El GrecoThe Annunciation