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Bernardino Luini - Salome with the Head of St John the Baptist - - Salomé con la cabeza del Bautista - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Fra Angelico, Religious Paintings, Religious Art, Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Art, Saint Jean Baptiste, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Web Gallery Of Art, Peter Paul Rubens

Salome with the Head of Saint John the Baptist by Bernardino Luini The painting depicts a scene from the Gospel of Mark, when Salome demands the head of John the Baptist for having danced before King Herod and his guests. The King who promised to give her anything she wants, reluctantly agreed and had John the Baptist beheaded in the prison. Luini’s painting shows the moment when her request is met.

The Last Supper is a late mural painting by Leonardo da Vinci in the refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan. (by Leonardo Da Vinci) Michelangelo, Fresco, Da Vinci Last Supper, The Last Supper Painting, Maria Magdalena, Mona Lisa, Deco Panel, Maundy Thursday, Most Famous Paintings

The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci It differed from other frescoes of the era in that da Vinci created it by using experimental pigments directly on the dry plaster wall. This is the scene when Jesus was telling his disciples that one of them was going to betray them.

A Beginner's Guide to the Renaissance: The Creation of Adam. Renaissance frescoes by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel . Renaissance Kunst, High Renaissance, Renaissance Paintings, Renaissance Memes, Most Famous Paintings, Famous Artists, Famous Artwork, Michelangelo Paintings, Sistine Chapel Ceiling

The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo One of the most famous works of both High Renaissance and religious art suffered from candle smoke damage. It illustrates the Biblical creation narrative from the Book of Genesis in which God breathes life into Adam.

The Wedding Feast at Cana is a massive painting by the late-Renaissance or Mannerist Italian painter Paolo Veronese. It is on display in the Musée du Louvre in Paris, where it is the largest painting in that museum's collection. Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Paintings, Italian Renaissance, Religious Paintings, Religious Art, Large Painting, Painting & Drawing, Georg Trakl, Museum Paris

Wedding at Cana by Paolo Veronese It depicts the Biblical Wedding Feast at Cana where according to the New Testament, Jesus performed his first miracle by turning water into wine.

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San Zaccaria Altarpiece by Giovanni Bellini Virgin Mary with the baby Jesus in the center are depicted with four Christian saints – St. Peter the Apostle and St. Catherine of Alexandria at the left, and St. Gerome and St. Lucy at the right - and an angel playing a violin at the foot of the altar.

Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio) Italian Painter (High Renaissance) Madonna of the Meadow (Madonna del Belvedere), 1506 (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria) Italian Renaissance Art, Renaissance Kunst, High Renaissance, Renaissance Paintings, Madonna Und Kind, Madonna And Child, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Saint Jean Baptiste, 16th Century

Madonna del Prato (also known as Madonna of the Meadow) by Raphael This depicts Virgin Mary looking down to baby Jesus and his cousin John the Baptist who is kneeling and offering a cross to Jesus. The painting was created for Taddeo Taddei.

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The Adoration of the Shepherds By El Greco it depicts the shepherds witnessing the miracle represented by the newborn Jesus Christ in the stable where he was born. This was El Greco last painting he painted before he died in 1614 I like the picture because I like how all the people are placed in the picture and the colors.

El Greco ca. 1541 – 1614 The Disrobing of Jesus oil on canvas × 173 cm) — 1579 Cathedral, Toledo El Greco biography This work is linked to Matthew Spanish Painters, Spanish Artists, Toledo Cathedral, Painting Prints, Art Prints, Road Painting, Oil Painting Reproductions, Sacred Art, Renaissance Art

The Disrobing of Christ by El Greco The artwork presents Christ with his head up high to the heavens, which depicts a deep expression of serenity. He was asked to remove some of the characters that the Church authorities objected to, although he never did. I like how red is in the middle and everyone else around him is wearing black. It really makes him stand out

"Saint Martin and the Beggar" by Unknown Artist/El Greco Workshop. 39 x 21 oil on canvas. In the collection of The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. (Andrew Mellon W. Pinned for comparison to version painted by El Greco. National Gallery Of Art, National Art, Art Gallery, Spanish Painters, Spanish Artists, Renaissance Kunst, Empire Romain, Creta, Caravaggio

St. Martin and the Beggar By El Greco St. Martin has removed his cloak and is about to cut it with his sword and present it to a naked beggar. I really don't like this one because the colors are boring

El Greco, “The Vision of Saint John, or The Opening of the Fifth Seal,” ca. // What is Mannerism Art? Exploring the Fascinating Late Renaissance Style Saint John, Metropolitan Museum, Picasso, Apocalypse, Neo Rauch, Art Espagnole, Renaissance Kunst, John The Evangelist, Spanish Artists

Opening of the Fifth Seal by El Greco The theme of the painting is based from the Book of Revelation. It depicts the souls of all martyrs that are persecuted, and they plea for God’s justice upon the salvation of their persecutor’s on earth. I don't like this because the people look like blobs.

The School of Athens (or Scuola di Atene in Italian) was one of Raphael’s commissions in the Stanze di Raffaello in the Vatican. The School of Athens is considered Raphael’s master artwork and is considered the perfect example of High Renaissance art. Die Renaissance, Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Paintings, Renaissance Humanism, Italian Renaissance Art, Popular Paintings, Most Famous Paintings, Famous Artists

The School of Athens by Raphael The School of Athens revels Raphael’s interpretation of philosophy as a divine form of knowledge. In total, twenty-one ancient Greek philosophers are painted, engaging in lofty discourse.

Resurrection of Christ Raffaello Sanzio (Raphael) Italian Italian High Renaissance Oil On Panel São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo, Brazil Famous Artists List, Famous Artist Names, Raphael Paintings, Great Paintings, Michelangelo, La Résurrection Du Christ, Jesus Christ, God Jesus, Art Ninja

Resurrection of Christ by Raphael This is one of the very first work of Raphael where it can be said that his naturally dramatic style of art became apparent. I like it because of the bright colors

The Tower of Babel (La tour de Babel), by Pieter Bruegel l'Ancien (the Elder) (Flemish, in Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam Google Art Project, Painting Frames, Painting Prints, Art Prints, Canvas Prints, Art Paintings, Canvas Art, Painting Wallpaper, Wallpaper Desktop

The Tower of Babel by Pieter Bruegel the Elder Bruegel’s painting depicts the Biblical Tower of Babel which was built by the unified humanity with an aim to reach the heaven. Angered by the building project, God decided to prevent it by scattering the people throughout the world and confusing their languages so that they were unable to return and continue from where they left off. I like how the building is placed and it is the background.

Hieronymus Bosch – Last Judgement, left wing of the triptych - O último julgamento, (painel esquerdo) - Completion Date: 1482 Style: Northern Renaissance Genre: religious painting Technique: oil Material: panel Dimensions: 163 x 247 cm Die Renaissance, Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Paintings, List Of Paintings, Great Paintings, Jan Van Eyck, Religious Paintings, Religious Art

The Last Judgment by Hieronymus Bosch The left panel depicts the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve being tempted by the Serpent on the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. The central panel depicts the Last Judgment with Jesus on the throne as the judge of the world. While the right panel depicts the Hell which is thematically very similar to the central one. But instead of Jesus, it includes the Satan who receives the souls of the damned.I like it because it has the 3 scenes of the earth

Name: Madonna of the House of Pesaro / Artist: Titian / Date: 1519 - 1526 / Material: Oil on canvas / Size: m x m / Location: Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice Italian Renaissance Art, Renaissance Kunst, High Renaissance, Renaissance Paintings, Art Pop, Michelangelo, Madonna, Italian Painters, Religious Art

Pesaro Madonna by Titian the painting depicts the Virgin and the Child on the top of a raised platform. The commissioner of the painting, Jacobo Pesaro is shown kneeling before the Virgin and presented to her by Saint Peter. The red banner with papal arms is held by an unknown knight who also holds two Muslin prisoners, probably symbolizing Pesaro’s success as the commander of the papal fleet. I like the high contrast

El Greco Christ Healing the Blind , Gemaldegalerie, Dresden. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Christ Healing the Blind 1 by El Greco. Lutheran Humor, Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Paintings, Ages Of Man, Painting Prints, Art Prints, Jesus Heals, Creta, Peter Paul Rubens

Christ Healing the Blind By El Greco The work is painted in oil on canvas. The theme of the painting is the New Testament story of Jesus restoring the sight of a blind man by anointing his eyes. Apart from Jesus and the blind man, who is on one knee in front of him, there are several other figures in the painting. A male and FEMALE are depicted in the foreground looking on as Christ is placing his fingers on the blind man’s eyes. I like this because of arrangement of the people.