Hans Memling (c.1435 – 1494) was a leading Flemish Painter of his time. He lived in the city of Bruges and was a prosperous man due to the many patrons who commissioned paintings (usually of a religious theme) to be done by him. His style borrowed from other Flemish painters of the time including Jan van Eyck, Dieric Bouts, Roger van der Weyden, and Hugo van Goes. He also painted a number of three-hinged panel art pieces (known as triptychs) and two sided ones (known as diptychs). Our pattern set for Hans Memling contains many well known artworks including The Martyrdom of St. Sebastian, Portrait of Gilles Joye, The Virgin and Child, St. Veronica, Man of Sorrows, Portrait of a Man with an Arrow, Diptych of Maarten van Nieuwenhove, Bathsheba, Triptych of Adriaan Reins, Portrait of a Man with a Roman Coin, St. John Altarpiece, The Donne Triptych, Triptych of Earthly Vanity and Divine Salvation, and Mater Dolorosa.
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