Tag: 1505

Nunc Dimittis (c.1505-1510)

Bellini, Giovanni (c.1430-1516) Nunc Dimittis (Now You let depart) c.1505–1510 Oil on panel, 62 x 82.5 cm Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid Considered in his later years to be the greatest Venetian painter of his time, Giovanni Bellini was the teacher of the…

Testa maschile e leone (1501-1508)

Carpaccio, Vittore (c.1460-c.1526) Testa maschile e leone (Male Head and Lion) 1501–1508 Brush, chalk and gouache on paper, 23.2 × 12.1 cm Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton Recto: Celebrated for his lively religious narrative cycles, Carpaccio was a prolific draftsman whose vibrant brushwork, often…

Due donne in piedi (1501-1508)

Carpaccio, Vittore (c.1460-c.1526) Due donne in piedi (Two Standing Women, One in Mamluk Dress) 1501–1508 Brush, ink and gouache over chalk on paper, 23.2 × 12.1 cm Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton Recto: Celebrated for his lively religious narrative cycles, Carpaccio…

La predicazione di San Giovanni Battista (1505)

Raffaello (1483-1520) La predicazione di San Giovanni Battista (Saint John the Baptist Preaching) 1505 Oil on poplar, 26.2 × 52 cm National Gallery, London This is part of the predella of the altarpiece Raphael painted for the Ansidei family chapel in the…

Madonna Ansidei (1505)

Raffaello (1483-1520) Madonna Ansidei (Ansidei Madonna: The Virgin and Child with Saint John the Baptist and Saint Nicholas of Bari) 1505 Oil on poplar, 216.8 × 147.6 cm National Gallery, London This is the main panel of the altarpiece Raphael painted for…

La crocifissione (c.1504-1505)

Signorelli, Luca (c.1445-1523) La crocifissione (The Crucifixion) c.1504–1505 Tempera, oil, and gilding on panel, 72.5 x 101.3 cm National Gallery of Art, Washington In this horizontal painting, a crowd of more than two dozen men and women gathered shoulder to shoulder at…

Madonna che legge (c.1505)

Carpaccio, Vittore (c.1460-c.1526) Madonna che legge (The Virgin Reading) c.1505 Oil on panel transferred to canvas, 78 x 51 cm National Gallery of Art, Washington Carpaccio reimagined the Madonna and Child theme when he made this painting. Instead of wearing a traditional…