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Dormition Collection

"Dormition: Exploring the Divine Departure in Art" Gothic Art takes us back to medieval France, where Paris stands proud with its iconic Notre Dame

Background imageDormition Collection: The Coronation of the Virgin, 1635-1636. Artist: Velazquez, Diego (1599-1660)

The Coronation of the Virgin, 1635-1636. Artist: Velazquez, Diego (1599-1660)
The Coronation of the Virgin, 1635-1636. Found in the collection of the Museo del Prado, Madrid

Background imageDormition Collection: Assumption Day, 1863. Creator: Scuri, Enrico (1806-1884)

Assumption Day, 1863. Creator: Scuri, Enrico (1806-1884)
Assumption Day, 1863. Found in the Collection of the Galerie Canesso

Background imageDormition Collection: The Coronation of the Virgin, ca 1390. Creator: Lorenzo Monaco (ca. 1370-1425)

The Coronation of the Virgin, ca 1390. Creator: Lorenzo Monaco (ca. 1370-1425)
The Coronation of the Virgin, ca 1390. Found in the Collection of the Courtauld Institute of Art, London

Background imageDormition Collection: The Dormition of the Virgin, before 1567. Creator: El Greco, Dominico (1541-1614)

The Dormition of the Virgin, before 1567. Creator: El Greco, Dominico (1541-1614)
The Dormition of the Virgin, before 1567. Found in the collection of the Dormition of the Virgin Church, Syros

Background imageDormition Collection: Assumption of the Virgin with Saint John the Baptist and Saint Catherine of Alexandria, c. 1516

Assumption of the Virgin with Saint John the Baptist and Saint Catherine of Alexandria, c. 1516. Found in the collection of the Museo di Capodimonte, Naples

Background imageDormition Collection: The Coronation of the Virgin, ca 1430. Creator: Angelico, Fra Giovanni, da Fiesole (ca. 1400-1455)

The Coronation of the Virgin, ca 1430. Creator: Angelico, Fra Giovanni, da Fiesole (ca. 1400-1455)
The Coronation of the Virgin, ca 1430. Found in the collection of the San Marco, Florence

Background imageDormition Collection: Dormition of the Virgin. Creator: Russian School

Dormition of the Virgin. Creator: Russian School
Dormition of the Virgin

Background imageDormition Collection: Dormition of the Virgin. Creator: Macedonian School

Dormition of the Virgin. Creator: Macedonian School
Dormition of the Virgin

Background imageDormition Collection: Polittico di Montelparo: The Coronation of the Virgin, 1466. Creator: Alunno, Niccolò (1430-1502)

Polittico di Montelparo: The Coronation of the Virgin, 1466. Creator: Alunno, Niccolò (1430-1502)
Polittico di Montelparo: The Coronation of the Virgin, 1466. Found in the collection of the Musei Vaticani in Viale Vaticano, Rome

Background imageDormition Collection: Madonna della Cintola, 1450. Creator: Gozzoli, Benozzo (ca 1420-1497)

Madonna della Cintola, 1450. Creator: Gozzoli, Benozzo (ca 1420-1497)
Madonna della Cintola, 1450. Found in the collection of the Musei Vaticani in Viale Vaticano, Rome

Background imageDormition Collection: The Dormition of the Virgin, 1492-1494. Creator: Quartararo, Riccardo (1443-1506)

The Dormition of the Virgin, 1492-1494. Creator: Quartararo, Riccardo (1443-1506)
The Dormition of the Virgin, 1492-1494. Found in the collection of the Museo di Capodimonte, Naples

Background imageDormition Collection: The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, from The Life of the Virgin, 1510

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, from The Life of the Virgin, 1510. Creator: Dürer, Albrecht (1471-1528)
The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, from The Life of the Virgin, 1510. Private Collection

Background imageDormition Collection: The Coronation of the Virgin, 1493

The Coronation of the Virgin, 1493. Found in the Collection of Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

Background imageDormition Collection: The Dormition of the Virgin (Manuscript illumination from the Matenadaran Gospel), 14th century

The Dormition of the Virgin (Manuscript illumination from the Matenadaran Gospel), 14th century. Found in the Collection of Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts (Matenadaran), Yerevan

Background imageDormition Collection: The Death of the Virgin, 1531

The Death of the Virgin, 1531. Found in the Collection of Bonnefantenmuseum Mstricht

Background imageDormition Collection: Assumption church, 1699, Bernovo, Tver region, Russia

Assumption church, 1699, Bernovo, Tver region, Russia

Background imageDormition Collection: Assumption cathedral, 1903, Biysk, Altai Krai, Russia

Assumption cathedral, 1903, Biysk, Altai Krai, Russia

Background imageDormition Collection: Ukraine, Crimea, Backchisaray, Part of the Upensky Monastery complex - also know

Ukraine, Crimea, Backchisaray, Part of the Upensky Monastery complex - also know as Dormition Monastery

Background imageDormition Collection: Gothic Art. France. Paris. Notre Dame. Portal of the Virgin

Gothic Art. France. Paris. Notre Dame. Portal of the Virgin (c. 1220). Detail depicting the Death of the Virgin. Mary lies on her deathbed surrounded by Jesus and the Twelve Apostles

Background imageDormition Collection: Byzantine Art. Mosaic. The Dormition of the Virgin. Nave of

Byzantine Art. Mosaic. The Dormition of the Virgin. Nave of
Byzantine Art. Mosaic. The Dormition of the Virgin, which lies in bed surrounded by the apostles. In the center, Jesus Christ with a child in his arms

Background imageDormition Collection: The Death of the Virgin, 1605-06 (oil on canvas) (detail)

The Death of the Virgin, 1605-06 (oil on canvas) (detail)
XIR208158 The Death of the Virgin, 1605-06 (oil on canvas) (detail) by Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da (1571-1610); Louvre, Paris, France; (add.info.: La Mort de la Vierge; ); Italian

Background imageDormition Collection: The Death of the Virgin, 1639 (etching and drypoint)

The Death of the Virgin, 1639 (etching and drypoint)
1216792 The Death of the Virgin, 1639 (etching and drypoint) by Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (1606-69); 40.7x31 cm; Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Background imageDormition Collection: B. 99. II Death of the Virgin, c. 1639 (etching)

B. 99. II Death of the Virgin, c. 1639 (etching)
FIT107386 B.99.II Death of the Virgin, c.1639 (etching) by Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (1606-69); Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, UK; eFitzwilliam Museum; Dutch, out of copyright

Background imageDormition Collection: The Death of the Virgin (etching)

The Death of the Virgin (etching)
CH441545 The Death of the Virgin (etching) by Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (1606-69); 40x32 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; Dutch, out of copyright

Background imageDormition Collection: The Death of the Virgin, c. 1460-65 (oil on oak transferred to mahogany & cradled)

The Death of the Virgin, c. 1460-65 (oil on oak transferred to mahogany & cradled)
TMK282564 The Death of the Virgin, c.1460-65 (oil on oak transferred to mahogany & cradled) by Christus, Petrus (c.1410-1475/76); 171.1x138.4 cm; The Putnam Foundation, Timken Museum of Art

Background imageDormition Collection: View of the northern transept with scenes from the Life of the Virgin (photo)

View of the northern transept with scenes from the Life of the Virgin (photo)
NUL262963 View of the northern transept with scenes from the Life of the Virgin (photo) by French School, (16th century); Abbey of St

Background imageDormition Collection: The Dormition of the Virgin (pen & brown ink with brown wash on white paper)

The Dormition of the Virgin (pen & brown ink with brown wash on white paper)
615292 The Dormition of the Virgin (pen & brown ink with brown wash on white paper) by Gaggini, Antonello (1478-1536); 10x10.6 cm; eThe Devonshire Collections

Background imageDormition Collection: Window depicting the Dormition of the Virgin (stained glass)

Window depicting the Dormition of the Virgin (stained glass)
1277722 Window depicting the Dormition of the Virgin (stained glass) by French School, (16th century); Eglise Saint Loup, Auxon, France; (add.info.: Auxon, Eglise St Loup)

Background imageDormition Collection: Death and Assumption of the Virgin, 1349-59 (marble)

Death and Assumption of the Virgin, 1349-59 (marble)
LEE241014 Death and Assumption of the Virgin, 1349-59 (marble) by Orcagna, Andrea di Cione (c.1308-68); Orsanmichele Church and Museum, Florence, Tuscany

Background imageDormition Collection: Greek Orthodox icon depicting St. Gregory Palamass dormition (death), Thessaloniki

Greek Orthodox icon depicting St. Gregory Palamass dormition (death), Thessaloniki, Macedonia, Greece, Europe

Background imageDormition Collection: Detail of fresco of Marys Dormition in Capharnaum (Capernaum) Greek Orthodox church

Detail of fresco of Marys Dormition in Capharnaum (Capernaum) Greek Orthodox church, Capharnaum, Galilee, Israel, Middle East

Background imageDormition Collection: The Dormition of the Virgin. Creator: Ioannes Mokos

The Dormition of the Virgin. Creator: Ioannes Mokos
The Dormition of the Virgin

Background imageDormition Collection: The Dormition of the Virgin; (reverse) Christ Carrying the Cross, ca. 1510. Creator

The Dormition of the Virgin; (reverse) Christ Carrying the Cross, ca. 1510. Creator
The Dormition of the Virgin; (reverse) Christ Carrying the Cross, ca. 1510

Background imageDormition Collection: The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 1603. Creator: Reni, Guido (1575-1642)

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 1603. Creator: Reni, Guido (1575-1642)
The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 1603. Found in the Collection of Museo del Prado, Madrid

Background imageDormition Collection: The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and The Girdle of Thomas, 15th century

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and The Girdle of Thomas, 15th century. Found in the Collection of Museo Casa Rodolfo Siviero

Background imageDormition Collection: The Coronation of the Virgin, c1580

The Coronation of the Virgin, c1580. Found in the Collection of Art Gallery of South Australia

Background imageDormition Collection: 12th-century hillside cave dwellings of Vardzia, Samtskhe-Javakheti, Georgia

12th-century hillside cave dwellings of Vardzia, Samtskhe-Javakheti, Georgia

Background imageDormition Collection: Death Virgin deathbed Mary Interior deathbed surrounded

Death Virgin deathbed Mary Interior deathbed surrounded
The Death of the Virgin, The deathbed of Mary, The deathbed of Mary. Interior with Mary on her deathbed surrounded by the disciples of Christ

Background imageDormition Collection: Dormition

Dormition

Background imageDormition Collection: Umbria Terni Terni S. Pietro Italy italian country

Umbria Terni Terni S. Pietro Italy italian country
Umbria Terni Terni S. Pietro, this is my Italy, the italian country of visual history, Exterior views facade and portal 13th century with pediment sculpture of Christ blessing 15th century apse

Background imageDormition Collection: Umbria Perugia Spoleto Palazzo Comunale Pinacoteca Comunale

Umbria Perugia Spoleto Palazzo Comunale Pinacoteca Comunale
Umbria Perugia Spoleto Palazzo Comunale, Pinacoteca Comunale, this is my Italy, the italian country of visual history, Interior views focus on the paintings

Background imageDormition Collection: Church Dormition Mt Zion 1934 Jerusalem Israel

Church Dormition Mt Zion 1934 Jerusalem Israel
Church of the Dormition on Mt. Zion. 1934, Jerusalem, Israel

Background imageDormition Collection: Dome minaret Tomb David Tower Dormition Hill

Dome minaret Tomb David Tower Dormition Hill
Dome & minaret of the Tomb of David seen from Tower of the Dormition, Hill of Offfence & panorama of Siloam, mountains of Moab & Dead Sea seen in distance. 1934, Jerusalem, Israel

Background imageDormition Collection: Church western hill Zion Dormition interior main apse

Church western hill Zion Dormition interior main apse
Church on the western hill, Zion Church of the Dormition, interior. The main apse. 1920, Jerusalem, Israel

Background imageDormition Collection: Church western hill Zion Church Dormition German Catholic

Church western hill Zion Church Dormition German Catholic
Church on the western hill, Zion Church of the Dormition. German Catholic. 1920, Jerusalem, Israel

Background imageDormition Collection: The Coronation of the Virgin, 1440-1449

The Coronation of the Virgin, 1440-1449. Found in the Collection of San Marco, Florence

Background imageDormition Collection: The Coronation of the Virgin. Artist: Maso di Banco (?-1348)

The Coronation of the Virgin. Artist: Maso di Banco (?-1348)
The Coronation of the Virgin. Found in the collection of Szepmuveszeti Muzeum, Budapest

Background imageDormition Collection: The Dormition of the Virgin, 1497. Artist: Russian icon

The Dormition of the Virgin, 1497. Artist: Russian icon
The Dormition of the Virgin, 1497. Found in the collection of the State Open-air Museum Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery



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"Dormition: Exploring the Divine Departure in Art" Gothic Art takes us back to medieval France, where Paris stands proud with its iconic Notre Dame. As we gaze upon the Portal of the Virgin, our eyes are drawn to a mesmerizing scene depicting the Dormition of the Virgin. Byzantine influences shine through in this mosaic found within the nave, showcasing the ethereal departure of Mary. Moving forward in time, we encounter "The Coronation of the Virgin" painted in 1493. This masterpiece captures a momentous event as Mary is crowned Queen of Heaven by her son Jesus Christ. Similarly, "The Dormition of the Virgin" from 1440-1449 portrays this sacred transition with profound detail and emotion. Venturing into Russian artistry, an exquisite icon created in 1497 showcases "The Dormition of the Virgin. " The delicate brushstrokes depict Mary's peaceful slumber before her ascent into heaven. Meanwhile, Garofalo's painting from 1530 presents Madonna and Child surrounded by saints Anthony of Padua and Francis – a heavenly congregation celebrating Mary's glorious assumption. Beyond France and Russia lies Kharkiv (Kharkov), Ukraine – home to Assumption Church built-in 1699. Its architectural beauty pays homage to this divine event while evoking spiritual serenity. In Biysk, Altai Krai, Russia stands Assumption Cathedral completed in 1903; its grandeur echoes Mary's ascension for all who enter its sacred space. Journeying further eastward brings us to Crimea's Backchisaray where part of Upensky Monastery complex resides – a testament to Ukrainian devotion towards Our Lady's assumption. Even ancient manuscripts like MS Hunter 229 reveal intricate depictions such as "the Blessed Virgins Entombment and Assumption, " crafted around c1170 on vellum using pen & ink and tempera.