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Artist: Geertgen Tot Sint Jans
Geertgen Tot Sint Jans Virgin and Child china oil painting reproduction

Virgin and Child
26,8 x 20,5 cm Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam This small painting of the Madonna depicts a fragile female figure holding her newborn together with a vanquished dragon. The artist indicates her floating, vision-like quality with the use of fantastic lighting and an army of angels in concentric circles. By arranging the choir of angels in a manner reminiscent of spheres, it is also expressed that the infant Jesus in the centre of the picture is the ruler of the Universe. With a sweeping gesture and a look of concentration, the infant is shaking two bells, as if to be in concert with the angel doing the same thing on the left side of the picture. They are definitely looking at each other, and since they are the only two doing this, the action has special significance: it shows the "conductor" Jesus in the role of the universe's prime mover. Thus the painting clearly expresses a concept formulated by St Thomas Aquinas, according to which Jesus created the harmony of the spheres. In Geertgen's painting the three attributes of Mary (glory, sadness and joy) are represented by angels encircling the Madonna in three rings. The inner circle contains six-winged cherubs and seraphs. The angels of the second circle hold above the head of Mary the early Christian symbols of glorification, scrolls with the word "Sanctus" appearing on them three times. The rest bear the objects associated with the Passion: the cross, the crown of thorns, a spear, nails, a hammer, and a column. The outside circle presents a multitude of musical angels, symbolizing heavenly happiness. Here we can see nearly all of the instruments of the period: lutes, violas, double recorders, trumpets, drums, bells, horns, bagpipes, hurdy-gurdies, etc. The larger keyboard instruments are located in the corners; on the organ we can see the hand-operated bellows. Obviously, the painter did not intend to reproduce the image of a real orchestra, that is why he included instruments which were never used together
Painting ID::  62445
3337 ago.
Painting:
Virgin and Child
Information:
26,8 x 20,5 cm Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam This small painting of the Madonna depicts a fragile female figure holding her newborn together with a vanquished dragon. The artist indicates her floating, vision-like quality with the use of fantastic lighting and an army of angels in concentric circles. By arranging the choir of angels in a manner reminiscent of spheres, it is also expressed that the infant Jesus in the centre of the picture is the ruler of the Universe. With a sweeping gesture and a look of concentration, the infant is shaking two bells, as if to be in concert with the angel doing the same thing on the left side of the picture. They are definitely looking at each other, and since they are the only two doing this, the action has special significance: it shows the "conductor" Jesus in the role of the universe's prime mover. Thus the painting clearly expresses a concept formulated by St Thomas Aquinas, according to which Jesus created the harmony of the spheres. In Geertgen's painting the three attributes of Mary (glory, sadness and joy) are represented by angels encircling the Madonna in three rings. The inner circle contains six-winged cherubs and seraphs. The angels of the second circle hold above the head of Mary the early Christian symbols of glorification, scrolls with the word "Sanctus" appearing on them three times. The rest bear the objects associated with the Passion: the cross, the crown of thorns, a spear, nails, a hammer, and a column. The outside circle presents a multitude of musical angels, symbolizing heavenly happiness. Here we can see nearly all of the instruments of the period: lutes, violas, double recorders, trumpets, drums, bells, horns, bagpipes, hurdy-gurdies, etc. The larger keyboard instruments are located in the corners; on the organ we can see the hand-operated bellows. Obviously, the painter did not intend to reproduce the image of a real orchestra, that is why he included instruments which were never used together


Artist: Juan de Flandes
Juan de Flandes Virgin and Child before a Landscape china oil painting reproduction

Virgin and Child before a Landscape
1510 Oil on panel, 26 x 19,5 cm Private collection The composition of this remarkably refined little painting is based on a lost small work by Memling, which is best reflected in the Virgin of the Metropolitan Museum, New York. Since the dimensions correspond, the work must have been done with a tracing or punch-cardboard based on the original. The version discussed here shows the image in the right direction. The Virgin is represented high above a landscape, more monumental than the prototype. She stands behind a wall over which a white cloth is draped with very heavy folds. This also differs from the model. The panel was incorrectly ascribed to Michel Sittow, and later attributed to Juan de Flandes in 1966. On account of the quality, the typical facial features and the vaporous green-grey landscape, this attribution cannot be doubted. The panel originated about the time of the Retablo Mayor of Palencia (c. 1510) and may have been the central panel of a small triptych described in the accounts of Palencia Cathedral as the 'tabla oratorio de tress pie?as'. If so, it could have been a work in the style of Memling's Triptych of Benedetto Portinari (Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi), with a donor and a saint in front of a continuous landscape on the wings. Author: JUAN DE FLANDES Title: Virgin and Child before a Landscape , 1501-1550 , Spanish Form: painting , religious
Painting ID::  62430
3341 ago.
Painting:
Virgin and Child before a Landscape
Information:
1510 Oil on panel, 26 x 19,5 cm Private collection The composition of this remarkably refined little painting is based on a lost small work by Memling, which is best reflected in the Virgin of the Metropolitan Museum, New York. Since the dimensions correspond, the work must have been done with a tracing or punch-cardboard based on the original. The version discussed here shows the image in the right direction. The Virgin is represented high above a landscape, more monumental than the prototype. She stands behind a wall over which a white cloth is draped with very heavy folds. This also differs from the model. The panel was incorrectly ascribed to Michel Sittow, and later attributed to Juan de Flandes in 1966. On account of the quality, the typical facial features and the vaporous green-grey landscape, this attribution cannot be doubted. The panel originated about the time of the Retablo Mayor of Palencia (c. 1510) and may have been the central panel of a small triptych described in the accounts of Palencia Cathedral as the 'tabla oratorio de tress pie?as'. If so, it could have been a work in the style of Memling's Triptych of Benedetto Portinari (Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi), with a donor and a saint in front of a continuous landscape on the wings. Author: JUAN DE FLANDES Title: Virgin and Child before a Landscape , 1501-1550 , Spanish Form: painting , religious


Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Sandro Botticelli Madonna and Child with an Angel china oil painting reproduction

Madonna and Child with an Angel
1465-67 Tempera on panel, 87 x 60 cm Spedale degli Innocenti, Florence It is possible that this somewhat awkward painting of the Madonna was produced while Botticelli was still working in the workshop of his teacher, Filippo Lippi. The initial inspiration for the painting came from the latter's famous Madonna in the Uffizi. Botticelli replaced the landscape with an arched architecture which frames the heads of the mother and child and emphasizes the two main figures as the centre of the devotional scene
Painting ID::  62396
3348 ago.
Painting:
Madonna and Child with an Angel
Information:
1465-67 Tempera on panel, 87 x 60 cm Spedale degli Innocenti, Florence It is possible that this somewhat awkward painting of the Madonna was produced while Botticelli was still working in the workshop of his teacher, Filippo Lippi. The initial inspiration for the painting came from the latter's famous Madonna in the Uffizi. Botticelli replaced the landscape with an arched architecture which frames the heads of the mother and child and emphasizes the two main figures as the centre of the devotional scene


Artist: MURILLO, Bartolome Esteban
MURILLO, Bartolome Esteban Madonna and Child china oil painting reproduction

Madonna and Child
1670 Oil on canvas, 166 x 115 cm Gem?ldegalerie, Dresden The painting is also called as Madonna Legan?s, because it is assumed that it represents Do?a Maria Legan?s.
Painting ID::  62314
3365 ago.
Painting:
Madonna and Child
Information:
1670 Oil on canvas, 166 x 115 cm Gem?ldegalerie, Dresden The painting is also called as Madonna Legan?s, because it is assumed that it represents Do?a Maria Legan?s.


Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Sandro Botticelli Our Lady of the Son and the sleeping china oil painting reproduction

Our Lady of the Son and the sleeping
mk281 1494
Painting ID::  62252
3377 ago.
Painting:
Our Lady of the Son and the sleeping
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mk281 1494


Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Sandro Botticelli Our Lady of Angels with five sub china oil painting reproduction

Our Lady of Angels with five sub
mk281 1468
Painting ID::  62251
3377 ago.
Painting:
Our Lady of Angels with five sub
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mk281 1468


Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Sandro Botticelli Our Lady of sub china oil painting reproduction

Our Lady of sub
mk281 Year 1480-1482
Painting ID::  62250
3377 ago.
Painting:
Our Lady of sub
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mk281 Year 1480-1482


Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Sandro Botticelli Our Lady of the eight sub-angel china oil painting reproduction

Our Lady of the eight sub-angel
mk281 1487
Painting ID::  62248
3377 ago.
Painting:
Our Lady of the eight sub-angel
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mk281 1487


Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Sandro Botticelli Our Lady of the eight sub angel china oil painting reproduction

Our Lady of the eight sub angel
mk281 Year 1481-1483
Painting ID::  62247
3377 ago.
Painting:
Our Lady of the eight sub angel
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mk281 Year 1481-1483


Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Sandro Botticelli Our Lady of John son and salute china oil painting reproduction

Our Lady of John son and salute
mk281 Year 1491-1493
Painting ID::  62246
3377 ago.
Painting:
Our Lady of John son and salute
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mk281 Year 1491-1493


Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Sandro Botticelli Son of Our Lady of teaching reading china oil painting reproduction

Son of Our Lady of teaching reading
mk281 Year 1479-1480
Painting ID::  62239
3377 ago.
Painting:
Son of Our Lady of teaching reading
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mk281 Year 1479-1480


Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Sandro Botticelli Our Lady of Angels with the two sub china oil painting reproduction

Our Lady of Angels with the two sub
mk281 1468
Painting ID::  62237
3377 ago.
Painting:
Our Lady of Angels with the two sub
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mk281 1468


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