|The Destruction of the House of Job, 1521, Bernard van Orley|
Copyright, Jim Lane
The Death, Burial and Resurrection, Jim Lane
|Portrait of Bernard Van Orley by Albrecht Durer, (above, left), or maybe the portrait is of a wealthy Brussels businessman named Bernhart von Reesen. In any case, the memorial statue of van Orley in Brussels seems modeled after Durer's image.|
|Diptych Altarpiece of Sts. Thomas and Matthias, 1512, Bernard van Orley|
|The Last Judgment, 1525, Bernard van Orley|
|Haneton Triptych. ca. 1520, Bernard van Orley|
|Only the central panel was painted by van Orley.|
|The Battle of Pavia (tapestry), 1526-31, Bernard van Orley|
|A highly flattering Portrait of Charles V, |
1516, Bernard van Orley, or more
likely his workshop, this being one
of seven copies.
|Charles V at the Age of Ten, Bernard van Orley.|
The Hapsburgs were a highly-inbred,
bug-ugly clan of monarchs.