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Forside 1466 Erasmus visiting Thomas More in 1509. Interior with Gothic details, depicting six people, including Erasmus (standing) and Thomas More (second from the right). Erasmus probably reads from the Praise of Folly that he wrote and dedicated to him at the home of his friend Thomas More (Encomium Morae). In frame, gilded pâte, heavily decorated with leaf motifs, inner frame with chamfered corners. Oil on canvas painted in 1862 by Sybrand Altmann (1822-1890), Dutch painter and draughtsman. Collection: Historical Gallery of Arti and Amicitiae, Amsterdam. Purchased with a subsidy from the Erasmus Foundation Rotterdam. (CC BY-SA 3.0).

Erasmus visiting Thomas More in 1509. Interior with Gothic details, depicting six people, including Erasmus (standing) and Thomas More (second from the right). Erasmus probably reads from the Praise of Folly that he wrote and dedicated to him at the home of his friend Thomas More (Encomium Morae). In frame, gilded pâte, heavily decorated with leaf motifs, inner frame with chamfered corners. Oil on canvas painted in 1862 by Sybrand Altmann (1822-1890), Dutch painter and draughtsman. Collection: Historical Gallery of Arti and Amicitiae, Amsterdam. Purchased with a subsidy from the Erasmus Foundation Rotterdam. (CC BY-SA 3.0).

Erasmus visiting Thomas More in 1509. Interior with Gothic details, depicting six people, including Erasmus (standing) and Thomas More (second from the right). Erasmus probably reads from the Praise of Folly that he wrote and dedicated to him at the home of his friend Thomas More (Encomium Morae). In frame, gilded pâte, heavily decorated with leaf motifs, inner frame with chamfered corners. Oil on canvas painted in 1862 by Sybrand Altmann (1822-1890), Dutch painter and draughtsman. Collection: Historical Gallery of Arti and Amicitiae, Amsterdam. Purchased with a subsidy from the Erasmus Foundation Rotterdam. (CC BY-SA 3.0).

Erasmus visiting Thomas More in 1509. Interior with Gothic details, depicting six people, including Erasmus (standing) and Thomas More (second from the right). Erasmus probably reads from the Praise of Folly that he wrote and dedicated to him at the home of his friend Thomas More (Encomium Morae). In frame, gilded pâte, heavily decorated with leaf motifs, inner frame with chamfered corners. Oil on canvas painted in 1862 by Sybrand Altmann (1822-1890), Dutch painter and draughtsman. Collection: Historical Gallery of Arti and Amicitiae, Amsterdam. Purchased with a subsidy from the Erasmus Foundation Rotterdam. (CC BY-SA 3.0). Source: Wikimedia Commons.

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