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Audenaerde Collection

Audenaerde, a name that resonates with artistic brilliance and timeless masterpieces

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Audenaerde Collection: David with the Head of Goliath, 1680-1743. Creator: Robert van Audenaerde
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Audenaerde Collection: Mocking of Christ, 1680-1743. Creator: Robert van Audenaerde
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Audenaerde Collection: Nativity, 1680-1743. Creator: Robert van Audenaerde
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Audenaerde Collection: Madonna and Child at center with Saint John the Baptist, Saint Luke, Pope Peter Celestini
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Audenaerde Collection: Rebecca and Eliezer. Creator: Robert van Audenaerde
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Audenaerde Collection: Rebecca at the Well. Creator: Robert van Audenaerde
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Audenaerde Collection: David and Bathsheba, 1680-1743. Creator: Robert van Audenaerde
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Audenaerde Collection: Flight into Egypt. Creator: Robert van Audenaerde
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Audenaerde Collection: Mater Dolorum, 1701. Creator: Robert van Audenaerde
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Audenaerde Collection: Agony in the Garden, 1680-1743. Creator: Robert van Audenaerde
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Audenaerde Collection: Angel appearing to Peter in Prison, 1680-1743. Creator: Robert van Audenaerde
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Audenaerde Collection: Crucifixion, 1670-90. Creator: Robert van Audenaerde
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Audenaerde Collection: Marriage of the Virgin. Creator: Robert van Audenaerde
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Audenaerde Collection: Statva d Alessandro il grande Raccolta di statue
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Audenaerde Collection: The Triumph of Caesar, Plate 6, engraved by Robert van Audenaerde, 1692 (engraving)

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Audenaerde, a name that resonates with artistic brilliance and timeless masterpieces. Robert van Audenaerde, the creative genius behind these captivating works of art, transports us to a world where beauty and emotion intertwine. In "David with the Head of Goliath, " we witness David's triumph over his formidable foe. Van Audenaerde skillfully captures the intensity in David's eyes as he holds Goliath's severed head, symbolizing courage and victory. The "Mocking of Christ" reveals van Audenaerde's ability to portray raw human emotions. The anguish on Christ's face is palpable as he endures humiliation and mockery, reminding us of his sacrifice for humanity. Van Audenaerde's "Nativity" invites us into a serene scene filled with warmth and tenderness. The delicate brushstrokes evoke a sense of awe as we witness the birth of Jesus surrounded by Mary, Joseph, and adoring angels. In "Madonna and Child, " van Audenaerde showcases his mastery in capturing divine grace. The central figures exude serenity while Saint John the Baptist, Saint Luke, Pope Peter Celestini stand as witnesses to this sacred moment. "Rebecca at the Well" portrays Rebecca encountering Eliezer in a narrative brimming with symbolism. Van Audenaerde expertly depicts their meeting amidst lush surroundings, inviting viewers to ponder themes of love and destiny. With "David and Bathsheba, " van Audenaerde delves into biblical narratives once again. This painting explores themes of temptation and repentance through its intricate composition and rich color palette. The "Flight into Egypt" takes us on an emotional journey alongside Mary, Joseph, and baby Jesus fleeing from danger. Van Audenaarde captures their vulnerability amidst breathtaking landscapes that heighten our empathy for their plight. "Mater Dolorum" presents Mary grieving over her son’s crucifixion—a poignant portrayal that tugs at our heartstrings.