The Ascension of Jesus is the Christian belief that Jesus ascended to Heaven after his resurrection[1]. According to Acts, the ascension took place 40 days after the resurrection in the presence of his disciples[2]. The ascension marks Jesus' entry into supreme authority over creation[3] and signals the end of His earthly ministry[4]. It is also meaningful as it demonstrates God's love for humanity[4].

The Master of Delft was a Dutch painter of the final period of Early Netherlandish painting, whose name is unknown[1]. He may have been born around 1470[2] and is believed to have worked in Delft in the early 16th century[3]. His works include woodcuts for book illustrations[3], as well as paintings[4].

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