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Artist: Michelangelo Buonarroti
Michelangelo Buonarroti Ignudo china oil painting reproduction

Ignudo
Fresco Cappella Sistina, Vatican The picture shows the Ignudo at the lower left corner of the Separation of the Earth from the Waters (above the Persian Sibyl). The poses of the pairs of ignudi become gradually more dynamic and agitated. The two above the Persian Sibyl (at the left) bend backward in opposite directions, while one of those above the prophet Daniel (at right) bends forward, casting an apprehensive glance at the viewer, and the other raises his arm in a movement reminiscent of Hellenistic sculptures of dancing fauns. Artist: MICHELANGELO Buonarroti Title: Ignudo Date: 1501-1550 Italian , painting : religious
Painting ID::  62924
3157 ago.
Painting:
Ignudo
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Fresco Cappella Sistina, Vatican The picture shows the Ignudo at the lower left corner of the Separation of the Earth from the Waters (above the Persian Sibyl). The poses of the pairs of ignudi become gradually more dynamic and agitated. The two above the Persian Sibyl (at the left) bend backward in opposite directions, while one of those above the prophet Daniel (at right) bends forward, casting an apprehensive glance at the viewer, and the other raises his arm in a movement reminiscent of Hellenistic sculptures of dancing fauns. Artist: MICHELANGELO Buonarroti Title: Ignudo Date: 1501-1550 Italian , painting : religious


Artist: Michelangelo Buonarroti
Michelangelo Buonarroti Ignudo china oil painting reproduction

Ignudo
1509-10 Fresco Cappella Sistina, Vatican The picture shows the Ignudo at the lower right corner of the Creation of Eve (above the Cumaean Sibyl). In the four ignudi of the fifth bay who hold the yellow ribbons interwoven with the bronze-coloured medallions, the use of contrapposta with a variety of gestures and poses has now been replaced the symmetrical arrangement of figures. The relationship between the figures, placed opposite each other in pairs, is based on increasingly free and complex rhythmical correspondences, with rotating movements and pronounced bendings of the limbs. Artist: MICHELANGELO Buonarroti Title: Ignudo Date: 1501-1550 Italian , painting : religious
Painting ID::  62921
3158 ago.
Painting:
Ignudo
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1509-10 Fresco Cappella Sistina, Vatican The picture shows the Ignudo at the lower right corner of the Creation of Eve (above the Cumaean Sibyl). In the four ignudi of the fifth bay who hold the yellow ribbons interwoven with the bronze-coloured medallions, the use of contrapposta with a variety of gestures and poses has now been replaced the symmetrical arrangement of figures. The relationship between the figures, placed opposite each other in pairs, is based on increasingly free and complex rhythmical correspondences, with rotating movements and pronounced bendings of the limbs. Artist: MICHELANGELO Buonarroti Title: Ignudo Date: 1501-1550 Italian , painting : religious


Artist: Michelangelo Buonarroti
Michelangelo Buonarroti Ignudo china oil painting reproduction

Ignudo
1509-10 Fresco Cappella Sistina, Vatican The picture shows the Ignudo at the lower left corner of the Creation of Eve (above the prophet Ezekiel). In the four ignudi of the fifth bay who hold the yellow ribbons interwoven with the bronze-coloured medallions, the use of contrapposta with a variety of gestures and poses has now been replaced the symmetrical arrangement of figures. The relationship between the figures, placed opposite each other in pairs, is based on increasingly free and complex rhythmical correspondences, with rotating movements and pronounced bendings of the limbs. Artist: MICHELANGELO Buonarroti Title: Ignudo Date: 1501-1550 Italian , painting : religious
Painting ID::  62920
3158 ago.
Painting:
Ignudo
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1509-10 Fresco Cappella Sistina, Vatican The picture shows the Ignudo at the lower left corner of the Creation of Eve (above the prophet Ezekiel). In the four ignudi of the fifth bay who hold the yellow ribbons interwoven with the bronze-coloured medallions, the use of contrapposta with a variety of gestures and poses has now been replaced the symmetrical arrangement of figures. The relationship between the figures, placed opposite each other in pairs, is based on increasingly free and complex rhythmical correspondences, with rotating movements and pronounced bendings of the limbs. Artist: MICHELANGELO Buonarroti Title: Ignudo Date: 1501-1550 Italian , painting : religious


Artist: Michelangelo Buonarroti
Michelangelo Buonarroti Ignudo china oil painting reproduction

Ignudo
Fresco Cappella Sistina, Vatican The picture shows the Ignudo at the upper right corner of the Sacrifice of Noah (above the prophet Isaiah). The ignudi in the third bay are painted with greater fluency and the modeling is more delicate - with greater attention being paid to the reflections and the subtle effects of light and shade - than those of the first bay. Moreover, their poses are no longer wholly symmetrical. In fact, in the two figures on the left, only the lower part of the body is symmetrical, while the twisting of the bust and the head are expressions of contrapposto. The right arms of both are, however, extended toward the centre in order to hold the ribbon supporting the medallion. On the other hand, the ignudi on the right lean out toward the exterior, and the only difference between them appears to be the position of their arms. Artist: MICHELANGELO Buonarroti Title: Ignudo Date: 1501-1550 Italian , painting : religious
Painting ID::  62919
3158 ago.
Painting:
Ignudo
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Fresco Cappella Sistina, Vatican The picture shows the Ignudo at the upper right corner of the Sacrifice of Noah (above the prophet Isaiah). The ignudi in the third bay are painted with greater fluency and the modeling is more delicate - with greater attention being paid to the reflections and the subtle effects of light and shade - than those of the first bay. Moreover, their poses are no longer wholly symmetrical. In fact, in the two figures on the left, only the lower part of the body is symmetrical, while the twisting of the bust and the head are expressions of contrapposto. The right arms of both are, however, extended toward the centre in order to hold the ribbon supporting the medallion. On the other hand, the ignudi on the right lean out toward the exterior, and the only difference between them appears to be the position of their arms. Artist: MICHELANGELO Buonarroti Title: Ignudo Date: 1501-1550 Italian , painting : religious


Artist: Michelangelo Buonarroti
Michelangelo Buonarroti Ignudo china oil painting reproduction

Ignudo
Vatican The picture shows the Ignudo at the lower left corner of the Sacrifice of Noah (above the Erythraean Sibyl). The ignudi in the third bay are painted with greater fluency and the modeling is more delicate - with greater attention being paid to the reflections and the subtle effects of light and shade - than those of the first bay. Moreover, their poses are no longer wholly symmetrical. In fact, in the two figures on the left, only the lower part of the body is symmetrical, while the twisting of the bust and the head are expressions of contrapposto. The right arms of both are, however, extended toward the centre in order to hold the ribbon supporting the medallion. On the other hand, the ignudi on the right lean out toward the exterior, and the only difference between them appears to be the position of their arms. Artist: MICHELANGELO Buonarroti Title: Ignudo Date: 1501-1550 Italian , painting : religious
Painting ID::  62918
3158 ago.
Painting:
Ignudo
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Vatican The picture shows the Ignudo at the lower left corner of the Sacrifice of Noah (above the Erythraean Sibyl). The ignudi in the third bay are painted with greater fluency and the modeling is more delicate - with greater attention being paid to the reflections and the subtle effects of light and shade - than those of the first bay. Moreover, their poses are no longer wholly symmetrical. In fact, in the two figures on the left, only the lower part of the body is symmetrical, while the twisting of the bust and the head are expressions of contrapposto. The right arms of both are, however, extended toward the centre in order to hold the ribbon supporting the medallion. On the other hand, the ignudi on the right lean out toward the exterior, and the only difference between them appears to be the position of their arms. Artist: MICHELANGELO Buonarroti Title: Ignudo Date: 1501-1550 Italian , painting : religious


Artist: Theodore Gericault
Theodore Gericault The Epsom Derby china oil painting reproduction

The Epsom Derby
1821 Oil on canvas, 92 x 122 cm Musee du Louvre, Paris Painted in 1821, during Gericault's stay in London, the canvas takes its inspiration from English sporting prints, which frequently depict horses at the 'flying gallop' shown by the painter here. The invention of photography, by allowing the various movements of a galloping animal to be analysed, would allow it to be painted accurately, as Degas was to do in his Race-course paintings. Artist: GeRICAULT, Theodore Title: The Epsom Derby , painting Date: 1801-1850 French : other
Painting ID::  62847
3172 ago.
Painting:
The Epsom Derby
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1821 Oil on canvas, 92 x 122 cm Musee du Louvre, Paris Painted in 1821, during Gericault's stay in London, the canvas takes its inspiration from English sporting prints, which frequently depict horses at the 'flying gallop' shown by the painter here. The invention of photography, by allowing the various movements of a galloping animal to be analysed, would allow it to be painted accurately, as Degas was to do in his Race-course paintings. Artist: GeRICAULT, Theodore Title: The Epsom Derby , painting Date: 1801-1850 French : other


Artist: Jean Baptiste Greuze
Jean Baptiste Greuze Septimius Severus and Caracalla china oil painting reproduction

Septimius Severus and Caracalla
1769 Oil on canvas, 124 x 160 cm Musee du Louvre, Paris This painting by Greuze is frankly Poussin-like. The artist wished to be recognized as a history painter; he chose an obscure subject to illustrate: Septimius Severus Roman emperor (146e11) reproaches his son, Caracalla for trying to assasinate him. Varied emotions are at work within it: from Caracalla's angry shame to the surprise of the chamberlain, Castor, at the emperor's recklessly heroic gesture which is at once a challenge and a rebuke. Artist: GREUZE, Jean-Baptiste Title: Septimius Severus and Caracalla Date: 1751-1800 French , painting : historical
Painting ID::  62844
3172 ago.
Painting:
Septimius Severus and Caracalla
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1769 Oil on canvas, 124 x 160 cm Musee du Louvre, Paris This painting by Greuze is frankly Poussin-like. The artist wished to be recognized as a history painter; he chose an obscure subject to illustrate: Septimius Severus Roman emperor (146e11) reproaches his son, Caracalla for trying to assasinate him. Varied emotions are at work within it: from Caracalla's angry shame to the surprise of the chamberlain, Castor, at the emperor's recklessly heroic gesture which is at once a challenge and a rebuke. Artist: GREUZE, Jean-Baptiste Title: Septimius Severus and Caracalla Date: 1751-1800 French , painting : historical


Artist: Francisco de goya y Lucientes
Francisco de goya y Lucientes The Miracle of St Anthony china oil painting reproduction

The Miracle of St Anthony
1798 Fresco, width of detail 50 cm San Antonio de la Florida, Madrid Artist: GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco de Title: The Miracle of St Anthony (detail) , painting Date: 1801-1850 Spanish : religious
Painting ID::  62829
3174 ago.
Painting:
The Miracle of St Anthony
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1798 Fresco, width of detail 50 cm San Antonio de la Florida, Madrid Artist: GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco de Title: The Miracle of St Anthony (detail) , painting Date: 1801-1850 Spanish : religious


Artist: Winslow Homer
Winslow Homer Front-line players china oil painting reproduction

Front-line players
mk285 Oil Painting 60.9 x 96.5 cm Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Painting ID::  62666
3182 ago.
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Front-line players
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mk285 Oil Painting 60.9 x 96.5 cm Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


Artist: Bartolome Esteban Murillo
Bartolome Esteban Murillo Gentleman Portrait china oil painting reproduction

Gentleman Portrait
mk284 Oil on canvas 1670 198 x 127 cm Madrid, Museo del Prado
Painting ID::  62659
3189 ago.
Painting:
Gentleman Portrait
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mk284 Oil on canvas 1670 198 x 127 cm Madrid, Museo del Prado


Artist: Maurice Prendergast
Maurice Prendergast Portrait of Ferenc china oil painting reproduction

Portrait of Ferenc
318 x 220 cm Hungarian National Museum, Budapest Author: ENDER, Johann Title: Portrait of Ferenc Sz?ch?nyi , 1801-1850 , Austrian Form: painting , portrait
Painting ID::  62442
3217 ago.
Painting:
Portrait of Ferenc
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318 x 220 cm Hungarian National Museum, Budapest Author: ENDER, Johann Title: Portrait of Ferenc Sz?ch?nyi , 1801-1850 , Austrian Form: painting , portrait


Artist: Caspar David Friedrich
Caspar David Friedrich The Wanderer above the Mists china oil painting reproduction

The Wanderer above the Mists
1817-18 Oil on canvas, 94,8 x 74,8 cm Kunsthalle, Hamburg In this painting Friedrich shows a lonely figure confronting nature in astonished reverence. Friedrich's figures who habitually turn their backs to gaze into the horizon or stare from windows with rapt attention are images of the artist. His Wanderer, frock-coated and stick in hand, has climbed to a rocky peak above swirling mountain mists; the viewer looks with his eyes, the angle of vision being exactly aligned to their level in the picture space. The foreground, the conventional plateau to give the viewer a fix on the subject, has been entirely dispensed with. Listen to Franz Schubert's Wanderer Fantasy, a piano piece composed in the same Romantic spirit as manifested by Friedrich's painting
Painting ID::  62388
3228 ago.
Painting:
The Wanderer above the Mists
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1817-18 Oil on canvas, 94,8 x 74,8 cm Kunsthalle, Hamburg In this painting Friedrich shows a lonely figure confronting nature in astonished reverence. Friedrich's figures who habitually turn their backs to gaze into the horizon or stare from windows with rapt attention are images of the artist. His Wanderer, frock-coated and stick in hand, has climbed to a rocky peak above swirling mountain mists; the viewer looks with his eyes, the angle of vision being exactly aligned to their level in the picture space. The foreground, the conventional plateau to give the viewer a fix on the subject, has been entirely dispensed with. Listen to Franz Schubert's Wanderer Fantasy, a piano piece composed in the same Romantic spirit as manifested by Friedrich's painting


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