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Alanna: This picture is representative of Eufeme’s tearful plea to King Evan, calling for Silence’s severe punishment in response to her alleged rape. Eufeme’s tears are significant to the narrator’s depiction of women as inherently deceitful and emotionally volatile beings. This disingenuous emotional exchange is attributed to “the ways of women,” rather than the reality of Eufeme being a lover scorned.

Hugo van der Gauss Hugo van der Goes (1440-1482) famous painter Southern Netherlands

Dirk Bouts, Coronation of the Virgin, Vienna, Akademie der bildenden Kunste, ca. 1450.

The Annunciation by Aelbert Bouts c1480

BOUTS, Dieric the Elder (b. ca. 1415, Haarlem, d. 1475, Leuven) Click! The Ordeal by Fire c. 1460 Oil on wood, 324 x 182 cm Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels The picture shows the right wing of the diptych The Justice of Emperor III. The Emperor had married the daughter of the King of Aragon. His wife subsequently fell in love with a count of the imperial court. When the latter refused to respond to her advances, she publicly accused him of having made an attempt upon her honour. The…

Dieric Bouts the Elder, c.1415-1475, Netherlandish, Resurrection (detail), 1450-60. Tempera on canvas. Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasadena. Early Netherlandish painting.

Colijn de Coter - Baptism of St Libertus - 1490s  St. Rumbold’s Cathedral, Mechelen, Belgium

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Samuel Barber - Hermit Songs, op. 29, n. 3: St Ita's Vision - Gerald Finley - Julius Drake