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The paintings of Joachim Patinir are extremely popular and can be found in major museums in Europe and the United States. The Prado in Madrid has four exemplars of his work, while the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Royal Site of San Lorenzo de El each have one exemplar each. In London, the National Gallery houses a major collection of Patinir's work. His work is influenced by the style of the French school, particularly the French painters of the early Renaissance.

Patinir's work is based on landscape and architecture. He was one of the first artists to specialize in this subject, and his paintings contain scenes that are part of his narrative content. However, he sometimes included images from other painters to make his compositions more appealing. In addition to incorporating these elements, Patinir also emphasized the importance of landscape, depicting it from an elevated perspective. His detailed technique made his paintings a highly coveted commodity in his day.

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