The Lawyer’s Office

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– Marinus van Reymerswaele is known to have worked on a small number of themes but they were extremely popular in the 16th century.
– According to research, the documents in the background of the painting refer to an actual lawsuit about a salt refinery which began in 1526 in the town of Reymerswaele on the North Sea.
– This painting is yet another popular work of art that satirizes the legal profession.

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