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Noli me tangere. Jesus Christ ressucite refuse d etre touche par Sainte Marie

Noli me tangere. Jesus Christ ressucite refuse d etre touche par Sainte Marie


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Noli me tangere. Jesus Christ ressucite refuse d etre touche par Sainte Marie

BAT5467658 Noli me tangere. Jesus Christ ressucite refuse d etre touche par Sainte Marie Madeleine. Fresque de Guido di Pietro (ou Fra Giovanni da Fiesole) dit Fra Angelico ou il Beato (1400-1455), 1442. Cellule 1 du Couvent de San Marco, Florence (Museo di San Marco, Firenze). eBattaglini/Leemage by Angelico, Fra (Guido di Pietro/Giovanni da Fiesole) (c.1387-1455); Museo di San Marco, Florence, Italy; Photo eNicol Orsi Battaglini; Italian, out of copyright

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© Nicolò Orsi Battaglini / Bridgeman Images

Resurrection Saint Mary Magdalene Quattrocento


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This print captures the profound moment of "Noli me tangere, " where Jesus Christ, after his resurrection, refuses to be touched by Sainte Marie Madeleine. The fresco, painted by Guido di Pietro (also known as Fra Giovanni da Fiesole or Fra Angelico), dates back to 1442 and is located in Cellule 1 of the Couvent de San Marco in Florence. The image showcases the exquisite artistry of Fra Angelico, a master of the Quattrocento period. The delicate brushstrokes and vibrant colors bring this biblical scene to life, evoking a sense of awe and reverence. Saint Mary Magdalene's outstretched hand portrays her longing to touch her beloved Savior while Jesus gently recoils with an expression that conveys both compassion and divine authority. This painting not only depicts a significant event from the Bible but also reflects the religious themes prevalent during the Renaissance era. It serves as a visual reminder of faith, redemption, and spiritual devotion. Nicolo Orsi Battaglini expertly captures every intricate detail through his lens, allowing viewers to appreciate this masterpiece even from afar. This print is an excellent addition for art enthusiasts seeking to immerse themselves in Italian Renaissance culture or anyone looking for a visually stunning piece that embodies timeless religious symbolism.

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