Interior of a Gothic Church

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Bright light shines through the windows of this imaginary interior in a non-existent church. Dirck van Delen included details actually found in churches, such as the large organ at the left, the pulpit, and the choir screen with the Tablets of the Law. Van Delen lived and worked in Arnemuiden in the province of Zeeland and had the figural groups in this picture painted by the Delft artist Anthonie Palamedesz. Date: 1641. Object ID: SK-C-1799.

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