This extraordinary painting is in the church of Our Lady Vrouwekerk in Bruges. I discovered it by accident when I was walking around Bruges shortly after the Beatification of Fr. Damien in Rome (I was not there). It is a large painting, and I had the experience of almost immediately being drawn into contemplation with Our Lady.
To me, one of the most powerful statements in the New Testament is that Our Lady stood at the foot of the Cross (John 19); she did not swoon, fall to her knees, lean on St. John - she stood. This expression of the strength of her motherhood and her fidelity as a disciple of the Lord is one of the chief arguments - in my view - for the proposed dogma of Our Lady Co-redemptorix. It is also a wonderful encouragement for us to trust in her maternal love and guidance in all our trials.