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Jan van Eyck’s Chaperon
Portrait of a Man in a Turban (Jan van Eyck) with frame
Portrait of a Man in a Turban, possibly a self-portrait by van Eyck

Origin

Jan van Eyck

Type

Chaperon

Effects

Lets the user methodically finish large projects. Grants patience

Downsides

Many of their works are likely to be vandalized or stolen

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Iris-258G

Aisle

382062-5289

Shelf

216391-8449-537

Date of Collection

March 1756

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OriginEdit

Jan van Eyck was an Early Netherlandish painter active in Bruges and one of the most significant Northern Renaissance artists of the 15th century. Outside of the “Ghent Altarpiece” completed with his brother Hubert and the “Arnolfini Portrait”, only about 25 surviving works are confidently attributed to him. He painted for the rulers of Holland, Burgundy and Portugal, who usually commissioned religious pieces on panels. Jan used the slow rate the oil pigments dried at as a way to blend in different layers of color.

EffectsEdit

The user will be able to complete large, difficult and complex projects in a systematic plan. They will be able to make the correct decision in sudden crises and can ably coordinate large groups of people if need be. They also become extremely patient and are willing to wait long periods of time for the perfect opportunity to rise. However, many times, their works are usually destroyed or stolen.

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