UNKNOWN MASTER, Netherlandish
(active 1520s in Leiden)

Triptych with the Crucifixion and Donors

c. 1525
Oil on panel, 37 x 26 cm (central), 33 x 10 cm (each wing)
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Most 16-century, northern Netherlandish altarpieces have narrative scenes from the New Testament in the central section, flanking donors depicted in the wings. One example is this small altarpiece from the Leiden School.