Three Marys at the Tomb
(c. 1410-26), attributed to Jan &/or Hubert Van Eyck
This beautiful scene depicts “the three Marys” visiting Jesus’s tomb the morning after the Crucifixion. It is full of the human details and remarkable precision for which the Van Eycks were renowned. A fox appears in this painting, however. The first challenge is finding it. The second is figuring out why it is there.