Mary And Child Collection
"Mary and Child: A Glimpse into the Divine" Our Lady of the Rosary (oil on canvas) portrays Mary, adorned with a delicate rosary, cradling her beloved child in her arms
Nativity, scene from The Breslau Psalter, f.16r, c.1255-67 (parchment, gold & ink)
8601275 Nativity, scene from The Breslau Psalter, f.16r, c.1255-67 (parchment, gold & ink) by German School, (13th century); 32.6x22.7 cm; Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge
Adoration of the Magi, 1496, (tempera on wood)
7146518 Adoration of the Magi, 1496, (tempera on wood) by Lippi, Filippino (c.1457-1504); Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Tuscany, Italy; (add.info.: Adoration of the Magi, 1496, Filippino Lippi)
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"Mary and Child: A Glimpse into the Divine" Our Lady of the Rosary (oil on canvas) portrays Mary, adorned with a delicate rosary, cradling her beloved child in her arms. The Trinity, Madonna and Child, Angels and Saints (c. 1505-08) showcases the heavenly presence surrounding Mary as she cherishes her divine son. In La Serrana or Madonna and Child with the infant St. John (oil on canvas), we witness a tender moment between Mary, Jesus, and St. John as they share an unbreakable bond of love. Virgin and Child (c. 1500) captures Mary's serene expression while holding baby Jesus close to her heart. The ethereal beauty of Virgin and Child from the 1400s (tempera and gold on wood) is illuminated by intricate details that emphasize their sacred connection. The Virgin with the Swaddled Child (1520 engraving) depicts a mother's gentle touch as she wraps her newborn tightly in swaddling clothes. Madonna and Child (c. 1475-1480 tempera on poplar panel) reveals Mary's maternal tenderness through delicate brushstrokes that bring this timeless scene to life. The Virgin and Child by a Fountain (oil on panel) transports us to a peaceful oasis where Mary nurtures Jesus amidst flowing water. Virgin and Child from 1529 (oil on panel) presents an intimate portrait of devotion as mother gazes upon child with adoration in her eyes. Frontispiece, Apocalupsis cum figuris (1511 engraving), offers us a glimpse into heaven itself as we witness Mary cradling baby Jesus surrounded by celestial figures. The Holy Family with Two Angels in a Vaulted Hall (1503-04 woodcut in black on ivory laid paper), invites us into an architectural marvel where angels join Joseph, Mary, and Jesus in a sacred space.