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Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The dome of the Sanctuary of vicoforte in province of Cuneo

The dome of the Sanctuary of vicoforte in province of Cuneo Vicoforte Dome, Cupola Late Baroque, Baroque, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Piero della Francesca (c. 1420-1492). Italian painter. The Ba

Piero della Francesca (c. 1420-1492). Italian painter. The Ba
Renaissance Art. Italy. 15th century. Piero della Francesca (c.1420-1492). Italian painter. The Baptism of Christ (c. 1450). Detail. Tempera on panel. National Gallery. London. England. UK

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Intercession of Christ and the Virgin, before 1402. Creator: Lorenzo Monaco

The Intercession of Christ and the Virgin, before 1402. Creator: Lorenzo Monaco
The Intercession of Christ and the Virgin, before 1402. Christ and the Virgin pray to God on behalf of a prominent Florentine family

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Piero della Francesca, Italian painter

Piero della Francesca, Italian painter
Renaissance Art. Italy. 15th century. Piero della Francesca (c.1420-1492). Italian painter. The Nativity, 1470-75. Tempera on panel. National Gallery. London. England. UK

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Dante and the Divine Comedy (The Comedy Illuminating Florence), 1464-1465

Dante and the Divine Comedy (The Comedy Illuminating Florence), 1464-1465. Artist: Domenico di Michelino
Dante and the Divine Comedy (The Comedy Illuminating Florence), 1464-1465. From the Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Venus of Urbino, 1538. Artist: Titian

Venus of Urbino, 1538. Artist: Titian
Venus of Urbino, 1538. Titian (1488-1576). Found in the collection of the Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb, The Ghent Altarpiece, 1432, (c1900-1920). Artist: Jan van Eyck

The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb, The Ghent Altarpiece, 1432, (c1900-1920). Artist: Jan van Eyck
The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb, The Ghent Altarpiece, 1432, (c1900-1920). A print after the lower half of the central panel in the St Bavo Cathedral, Ghent

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Annunciation, c1438-1445, (c1900-1920). Artist: Fra Angelico

The Annunciation, c1438-1445, (c1900-1920). Artist: Fra Angelico
The Annunciation, c1438-1445, (c1900-1920). A print after the fresco in the Museo di San Marco dell Angelico, Florence, from Art History and Literature Illustrations, by Jessie Noakes, Virtue and Co

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1490-1500 (oil on panel)

The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1490-1500 (oil on panel)
3107159 The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1490-1500 (oil on panel) by Bosch, Hieronymus (c.1450-1516); Prado, Madrid, Spain; (add.info.: Detail of central panel); Netherlandish, out of copyright

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Mona Lisa, c1505, (1912). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

Mona Lisa, c1505, (1912). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
Mona Lisa, c1505, (1912). A colour print of Leonardos famous painting of Mona Lisa or La Gioconda from Famous Paintings with an Introduction by Gilbert Chesterton, Cassell and Company, (London)

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Noli Me Tangere, c1514. Artist: Titian

Noli Me Tangere, c1514. Artist: Titian
Noli Me Tangere, c1514. Saint Mary Magdalene encounters Christ after his resurrection. From the National Gallery, London

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Raphael (1483 A?i? 1520). Canigiani Holy Family. 1507-1508

Raphael (1483 A?i? 1520). Canigiani Holy Family. 1507-1508
Raphael (1483A?i? 1520) was an Italian painter. Canigiani Holy Family or Canigiani Madonna. 1507-1508. High Renaissance. Alte Pinakothek. Munich. Germany

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Primavera, c1478. Artist: Sandro Botticelli

Primavera, c1478. Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Primavera, c1478. From the collection of the Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: St Peter ordaining St Stephen Deacon, mid 15th century. Artist: Fra Angelico

St Peter ordaining St Stephen Deacon, mid 15th century. Artist: Fra Angelico
St Peter ordaining St Stephen Deacon, mid 15th century. St Stephen (dc35), a deacon of the early Christian church in Jerusalem, was found guilty of blasphemy by the Sanhedrin

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, 15th century (fresco)

Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, 15th century (fresco)
LRI4690611 Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, 15th century (fresco) by Umbrian School, (15th century); Monastero di San Benedetto (Santuario Sacro Spero), Subiaco, Rome

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Fra Angelico (1387-1455). The Coronation of the Virgin

Fra Angelico (1387-1455). The Coronation of the Virgin
Fra Angelico (1387-1455). Tuscan painter of early Renaissance, part of the Florentine school. The Coronation of the Virgin. 15th Century. Louvre Museum. Paris. France

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: SEPHIROTIC TREE OF LIFE. Illustration from Portae Lucis, 1516, by Paul Ricci

SEPHIROTIC TREE OF LIFE. Illustration from Portae Lucis, 1516, by Paul Ricci

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Esther before Ahasuerus. Creator: Artemisia Gentileschi

Esther before Ahasuerus. Creator: Artemisia Gentileschi
Esther before Ahasuerus

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Man of Sorrows. Title-page to Small Passion. c1511, (1906). Artist: Albrecht Durer

The Man of Sorrows. Title-page to Small Passion. c1511, (1906). Artist: Albrecht Durer
The Man of Sorrows. Title-page to Small Passion. c1511, (1906). The drawing is held by the British Museum, London. From The Engravings of Albert Durer, by Lionel Cust. [Seeley and Co

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Manuscript Leaf with the Annunciation from a Book of Hours, ca. 1485-90. Creator: Jean Bourdichon

Manuscript Leaf with the Annunciation from a Book of Hours, ca. 1485-90. Creator: Jean Bourdichon
Manuscript Leaf with the Annunciation from a Book of Hours, ca. 1485-90

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Princess Elizabeth, later Queen, c1547, (1902)

Princess Elizabeth, later Queen, c1547, (1902). Portrait of the future Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) aged 14, before she was expected to be queen

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Madonna of the Magnificat (detail), 1482. Artist: Sandro Botticelli

Madonna of the Magnificat (detail), 1482. Artist: Sandro Botticelli
Madonna of the Magnificat (detail), 1482. From the collection of the Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Trinit dei Monti

Trinit dei Monti Rome Church High Renaissance, Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D.. Date of Photograph:1900 ca.. Date of Artwork:1502-1585

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: View of St.Peter's with the Vatican Basilica

View of St.Peter's with the Vatican Basilica
View of St.Peter's with the Vatican Basilica. State of the Vatican City Square, Piazza Baroque, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Facade of the church of Santo Spirito in Florence

Facade of the church of Santo Spirito in Florence Florence Santo Spirito church Church - Facade Eighteenth Century, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The portico of S. Giovanni, the Clock Tower and, in the background

The portico of S. Giovanni, the Clock Tower and, in the background, the bell tower of the Church of S. Maria di Castello, Udine

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Virgin and Child, angels and saints (painting on wood)

Virgin and Child, angels and saints (painting on wood)
885734 Virgin and Child, angels and saints (painting on wood) by Pietro, Sano di, also Ansano di Pietro di Mencio (1406-81); Pinacoteca Nazionale, Siena, Tuscany, Italy

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Madonna del granduca, 1506-07, (painting)

Madonna del granduca, 1506-07, (painting)
7129973 Madonna del granduca, 1506-07, (painting) by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio of Urbino) (1483-1520); Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Italy; (add.info.: Madonna del granduca, 1506-07, Raphael)

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: St. Peter s, 16th century. 16th century

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: St. Peter s, 16th century. 16th century
Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: St. Peter s, 16th century

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: St. Peter s, 16th century. 16th century. Creator: Anon

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: St. Peter s, 16th century. 16th century. Creator: Anon
Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: St. Peter s, 16th century

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Praying Hands, 1508, (1943). Creator: Albrecht Durer

Praying Hands, 1508, (1943). Creator: Albrecht Durer
Praying Hands, 1508, (1943). Drawing in the Albertina Museum, Vienna. From " Europaische Handzeichnungen", (Five Hundred Years of European Drawings), by Bernhard Degenhart

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne and Saint John the Baptist, c1500. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne and Saint John the Baptist, c1500. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne and Saint John the Baptist, c1500. The Burlington House Cartoon. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519). Found in the collection of the National Gallery, London

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Disputation on the Holy Sacrament, 1508-1509. Artist: Raphael

The Disputation on the Holy Sacrament, 1508-1509. Artist: Raphael
The Disputation on the Holy Sacrament, 1508-1509. The fresco can be seen as a portrayal of the Church Militant below, and the Church Triumphant above

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Christ as the man in sorrows, 1525, (fresco)

Christ as the man in sorrows, 1525, (fresco)
7129015 Christ as the man in sorrows, 1525, (fresco) by Sarto, Andrea del (1486-1530); Galleria dell'Accademia, Florence, Tuscany, Italy; (add.info.: Christ as the man in sorrows, Andrea del Sarto)

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: German Renaissance ceiling and wall painting, wood mosaic and embroidery, (1898). Creator: Unknown

German Renaissance ceiling and wall painting, wood mosaic and embroidery, (1898). Creator: Unknown
German Renaissance ceiling and wall painting, wood mosaic and embroidery, (1898). Fig 1: Wall-painting from the bath-rooms in the Fugger-house at Augsburg

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Florentines Renouncing The Vanities By Order of Savonarola, 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Florentines Renouncing The Vanities By Order of Savonarola, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Florentines Renouncing The Vanities By Order of Savonarola, 1890. Supporters of Girolamo Savonarola (1452-1498) Italian Dominican friar and preacher active in Renaissance Florence

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Virgin and Child with St Anne and St John the Baptist, 1499-1500, (1943). Creator

The Virgin and Child with St Anne and St John the Baptist, 1499-1500, (1943). Creator
The Virgin and Child with St Anne and St John the Baptist, (The Burlington House Cartoon), 1499-1500, (1943). The Virgin Mary sits on the lap of her mother

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Cardinal Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, 1532-1534 (1945). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger

Cardinal Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, 1532-1534 (1945). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger
Cardinal Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, 1532-1534 (1945). John Fisher (c. 19 October 1469 - 22 June 1535), venerated by Roman Catholics as Saint John Fisher

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Sermon of Saint John the Baptist by Pieter Brueghel the

The Sermon of Saint John the Baptist by Pieter Brueghel the
Pieter Brueghel the Elder (c.1525-1569). Flemish painter. The Sermon of Saint John the Baptist. Detail. Museum of Fine Arts. Budapest. Hungary

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Liberation of Saint Peter, 1754

The Liberation of Saint Peter, 1754
3481089 The Liberation of Saint Peter, 1754 by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio of Urbino) (1483-1520); (add.info.: The Liberation of Saint Peter; fresco painting by the Italian High Renaissance artist)

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Parable of the Sower and the Weeds, from Das Plenarium, 1517

The Parable of the Sower and the Weeds, from Das Plenarium, 1517

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Saint Maurice, ca. 1520-25. Creator: Lucas Cranach the Elder

Saint Maurice, ca. 1520-25. Creator: Lucas Cranach the Elder
Saint Maurice, ca. 1520-25

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Mars and Venus United by Love, 1570s. Creator: Paolo Veronese

Mars and Venus United by Love, 1570s. Creator: Paolo Veronese
Mars and Venus United by Love, 1570s

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Cestello Annunciation, 1489, (1937). Creator: Sandro Botticelli

The Cestello Annunciation, 1489, (1937). Creator: Sandro Botticelli
The Cestello Annunciation, 1489, (1937). The angel Gabriel, holding a stem of lilies, brings the Virgin Mary the news that God has chosen her to bear the Christ child

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: The Holy Family with the Dragonfly, 1495 (1906). Artist: Albrecht Durer

The Holy Family with the Dragonfly, 1495 (1906). Artist: Albrecht Durer
The Holy Family with the Dragonfly, 1495 (1906). From Durer Des Meisters Gemalde Kupferstiche und Holzschnitte in 471 Abbildungen [Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsch Verlags-Ansalt, 1906]

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Representation of the enamel effigy of Geoffrey V on his tomb at Le Mans Cathedral, 1849

Representation of the enamel effigy of Geoffrey V on his tomb at Le Mans Cathedral, 1849. Artist: Lemercier
Representation of the enamel effigy of Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou (1113-1151), on his tomb at Le Mans Cathedral, Le Mans, France, 1849

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Adoration of the Shepherd, 1476-1479. Artist: Hugo van der Goes

Adoration of the Shepherd, 1476-1479. Artist: Hugo van der Goes
Adoration of the Shepherd, 1476-1479. Central panel of the Portinari Altarpiece. From the collection of the Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy

Background imageReligious themes in renaissance art Collection: Madonna of the Rocks (detail), 1482-1486. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

Madonna of the Rocks (detail), 1482-1486. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
Madonna of the Rocks (detail), 1482-1486. From the collection of the Louvre, Paris, France



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