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  Artwork: Symbol of St. Luke
  Artist: UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Ars memorandi capitula evangeliorum', Germany, c. 1475-1500
  Date: C. 1475-1500
  Technique: Coloured pendrawing on paper
  Location: Museum Meermanno Westreenianum, The Hague
  Notes: From "Ars memorandi capitula evangeliorum" of Germany (manuscript "Den Haag, MMW, 10 C 20"). Ars memorandi: Luke. Full title is "Symbol of St. Luke: Ox, with unfruitful olive tree, man sitting at the lowest place at a laid table, hand of the father giving hand of the prodigal son a sum of money the son's portion, plough, poor Lazarus and dog, head of Jew (putting out his tongue), two persons (one wearing a Jew-hat) standing under the cross (with sign INRI and three nails, without Christ)."
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  Subject: Purple and Poverty
The Instruments of the Passion
Modesty and Hospitality
Various Subjects Connected to Luke

  Hosts: Museum Meermanno and Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague: Interactive Presentation of Handwritings  [IMAGE]