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A Benedictine Monk
(circa 1478, oil on panel, 25.1 x 18.7 cm, currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

A Deposition diptych (left panel)
(circa 1480, tempera on canvas, 53.5 x 38.5 cm, currently in a private collection.)

A Deposition diptych (right panel)
(circa 1480, tempera on canvas, 53,5x38,5 cm, currently @ Gemäldegalerie, Berlin.)

Christ on the cross
(circa 1475–1480, brush and brown pigment, heightened with white, on grey-brown-violet grounded paper, 258 × 204 mm (10.16 × 8.03 in), currently @ Royal Library, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England.)

Jacob and Rachel
(circa 1470-1475, pen and wash heightened with white on gray paper, 338x572 mm, currently @ Christ Church College, Oxford.)

Joseph and Asenath
(circa 1475, pen and yellowish-brown and dark brown ink, softly outlined in pen, remains of black stylus preliminary drawing (chalk?) on paper, max. diameter 214 mm, currently @ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.)

Madonna and child (middle panel of a triptych)
(circa 1480-1490, oil on panel, 30 x 23 cm, currently @ Städelsches Kunstinstitut, Frankfurt am Main.)

Monforte Altarpiece (detail)
(circa 1470, oil on panel, 147x242 cm + 9x76,3 cm, currently @ Gemäldegalerie, Berlin.)

Nativity with Shepherds
(circa 1480, oil on panel, 97x245 cm, currently @ Gemäldegalerie, Berlin.)

Portinari Altarpiece
(circa 1470-1475, oil on panel, 253 cm × 304 cm (100 in × 120 in), currently @ Galleria degli Uffizi, Firenze, Italia.)

Portrait of a donor with John the Baptist
(circa 1475-1480, oil on panel, height: 23.2 cm (9.1 in). width: 22.5 cm (8.9 in), currently @ Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland.)

Portrait of a man
(circa 1475-1480, oil on panel, 31.8 × 26 cm (12.5 × 10.2 in), oval, currently @ Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.)

St Hippolyte Triptych (central panel attributed to Dieric Bouts)
(circa 1475, oil on panel, 92 x 41 cm, currently @ Groeningemuseum, Brugge.)

The Death of the Virgin
(circa 1470, oil on panel, 147,8 x 122,5 cm, currently @ Groeningemuseum, Bruges.)

The Vienna Diptych (Sündenfall)
(circa 1467-1475, oil on oak, height: 33.8 cm (13.3 in). width: 23 cm (9.1 in)., currently @ Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien.)

The Vienna Diptych (The Lamentation of Christ)
(circa 1467-1475, oil on oak, height: 33.8 cm (13.3 in), width: 23 cm (9.1 in), currently @ Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien.)

Trinity Altarpiece
(circa 1478-1480, oil on panel, each panel: 202.00 x 100.50 cm, currently @  National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh.)

Virgin and Child (by follower of Hugo van der Goes)
(circa 1485, 32x21 mm, currently @ National Gallery, London.)

Hugo van der Goes
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