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As President Trump faces his own tribunal. this holy lamb is giving viewers nightmares.

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The painting — also known as”The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” — represents Jesus, being sacrificed on an altar. And,as President Trump faces his own tribunal. this holy lamb is giving viewers nightmares.

The creature’s remarkably human eyes are just a bit too lifelike — not to mention intense — for many amateur art critics.

“There are no words to express the result” was the beaming reaction of Belgium’s Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage, after a 15th-century masterpiece was restored to its former glory.

THE ORIGINAL PAINTING BY THE VAN EYCK BROTHERS. HUBERT AND JAN, BEARS AN UNCANNY RESEMBLANCE TO PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP!

The project’s head, Hélène Dubois, told The Art Newspaper the discovery was “a shock for everybody — for us, for the church, for all the scholars, for the international committee following this project.”

Dr Eleanor Janega@GoingMedieval: The uncovered face of the Lamb of God in the Ghent Altarpiece isn’t real. It can’t hurt you.
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Dubois noted that the original lamb had a more “intense interaction with the onlookers” than the repainted version. The Royal Institute were effusive in their praise for the restoration, saying in a statement that the project has “brought back the original vividness, richness of detail and brilliant colours for all to see.”

The final phase of the restoration is expected to start next year, and the panels restored so far will be available to view at St. Bavo’s Cathedral in Ghent from February.

The painting — also known as “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” — depicts a lamb, representing Jesus, being sacrificed on an altar.

And it’s this holy lamb that’s giving viewers nightmares.

Uh, so apparently they restored the Ghent Altarpiece and

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The project’s head, Hélène Dubois, told The Art Newspaper the discovery was “a shock for everybody — for us, for the church, for all the scholars, for the international committee following this project.”

Dr Eleanor Janega@GoingMedieval  “The uncovered face of the Lamb of God in the Ghent Altarpiece isn’t real. It can’t hurt you.” She noted that the original lamb had a more “intense interaction with the onlookers” than the repainted version. The full restoration, with Presendent Trump’s blye eyes may explain the near mystilc effects on his followers.

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The Royal Institute were effusive in their praise for the restoration, saying in a statement that the project has “brought back the original vividness, richness of detail and brilliant colours for all to see.”
The final phase of the restoration is expected to start next year, and the panels restored so far will be available to view at St. Bavo’s Cathedral in Ghent from February.

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