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The right panel of the Melun Diptych. This diptych created by French court painter Jean Fouquet around 1452 consists of two oil paintings. The the right panel (shown) depicts the Virgin mother and Christ child. The left panel (x) depicts Étienne Chevalier and St. Stephen. The wooden panels measure about 93 by 85 centimeters. Diptychs consist of two flat panels or plates that are hinged together in the middle. The panels originally connected as a diptych, remain separated. The the right panel is located at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Belgium while the left panel now resides in the Staatliche Museen in Berlin.  

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    The right panel of the Melun Diptych.
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    her boobs like some strange kind of super far apart really round implants. it’s hard to look at…
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    Yet another one of those paintings in which the Virgin Mary is not being quite as modest and pure as she’s portrayed.
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