Random Inspiration: The Madness of van der Goes

by Matthew Innis |

The Flemish painter Hugo van der Goes (1430? – 1482) is considered to be one of the greatest Northern European painters of the 15th century, and frequently, he has been the topic of essays, articles, and dissertations.  But for all of these papers, there have likely been as many which have approached van der Goes as a…

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