Room with a View: Domestic Art in Fifteenth Century Netherlands

Room with a View: Domestic Art in Fifteenth Century Netherlands

The rooms dedicated to Netherlandish paintings of the fifteenth century at the National Gallery display some of the most outstanding examples of religious scenes set in domestic interiors. This innovative genre of religious subjects in a secular setting was specifically meant for domestic use and worship in the privacy of the home. These domestic scenes are invariably showing distant but detailed landscapes or cityscapes through a window. Like other experimentation in Netherlandish art, this ...

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National Gallery
Trafalgar Square