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He completes his work for the Albergo at San Rocco with three scenes from the Passion, and paints a votive showing the Madonna and Child with three contemporary fiscal administrators in Venice.
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Even Poussin used this narrative form. Here are other example right up to 1947, including paintings by Corot, Munch, Corinth, and others.
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Great paintings by Botticelli, Bosch, Titian, Tintoretto, the Carraccis, and others, showing multiplex narrative.
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Showing two or more scenes from the same story in a single painting (multiplex narrative) is common, effective, and good art. Examples from Masaccio, Memling, Bosch, and more.
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