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bonjourtableau:

Diane, 1872, Jules-Élie Delaunay, Musée d’Orsay

bonjourtableau:

Diane, 1872, Jules-Élie Delaunay, Musée d’Orsay

pmikos:

August Spiess - Tristan and Isolde, 1892

pmikos:

August Spiess - Tristan and Isolde, 1892

enchantedsleeper:

Joan of Arc, Charles Amable Lenoir

enchantedsleeper:

Joan of Arc, Charles Amable Lenoir

The Tallis Scholars. Peter Phillips.
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antoniopolophotography:

Josquin Desprez: Missa L’Homme Armé Super Voces Musicales; Kyrie. The Tallis Scholars. Peter Phillips.

The art of The Tallis Scholars.

In memoriam, Josquin Desprez.

celestiol:

Annular Eclipse at Roppongi (Tokyo) | by KoZa

celestiol:

Annular Eclipse at Roppongi (Tokyo) | by KoZa

necspenecmetu:

Guido Reni, The Ecstasy of Saint Francis, c. 1605-10

necspenecmetu:

Guido Reni, The Ecstasy of Saint Francis, c. 1605-10

kleinecharlotte:

Art History Meme [1/7] Sculptures/Other Media
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artemisdreaming:

RaphaelThe Niccolini-Cowper Madonna, 1508Andrew W. Mellon Collection
The Large Cowper Madonna or popularly known as Niccolini-Cowper Madonna is a painting which portrays Mary and child against a blue sky. It was painted by Raphael in 1508. The painting is now located at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. It was the last painting he executed in his Florentine period.
The painting shows the image of the closeness of the Virgin and the child through the positions of the figures. It was believed that Raphael adapted the talent for making figures show the intimacy between one another from Leonardo Da Vinci’s works. It was later known that the painter studied Da Vinci’s via: totallyhistory

artemisdreaming:

Raphael
The Niccolini-Cowper Madonna, 1508
Andrew W. Mellon Collection

The Large Cowper Madonna or popularly known as Niccolini-Cowper Madonna is a painting which portrays Mary and child against a blue sky. It was painted by Raphael in 1508. The painting is now located at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. It was the last painting he executed in his Florentine period.

The painting shows the image of the closeness of the Virgin and the child through the positions of the figures. It was believed that Raphael adapted the talent for making figures show the intimacy between one another from Leonardo Da Vinci’s works. It was later known that the painter studied Da Vinci’s via: totallyhistory

lyghtmylife:

LA HYRE, Laurent de
[French Baroque Era Painter, 1606-1656]
Allegorical Figure of Grammar1650Oil on canvas, 103 x 113 cmNational Gallery, London

lyghtmylife:

LA HYRE, Laurent de

[French Baroque Era Painter, 1606-1656]

Allegorical Figure of Grammar
1650
Oil on canvas, 103 x 113 cm
National Gallery, London

necspenecmetu:

Carlo Ceresa, The Vision of Saint Felix of Cantalice, 1644

necspenecmetu:

Carlo Ceresa, The Vision of Saint Felix of Cantalice, 1644