Tag: door

Pentecoste (c.1310-1318)

Giotto (c.1267-1337) & Workshop Pentecoste (Pentecost) c.1310–1318 Egg tempera on poplar, 45.5 × 44 cm National Gallery, London The simplicity of the storytelling, the inclusion of lively details – like the old man who turns his head to better hear the…

Guarigione del cieco nato (c.1307-1311)

Duccio di Buoninsegna (c.1255-c.1319) Guarigione del cieco nato (The Healing of the Man born Blind) c.1307–1311 Egg tempera on wood, 45.1 × 46.7 cm National Gallery, London This painting comes from the back of the predella of the large, double-sided altarpiece made…

Annunciazione (c.1307-1311)

Duccio di Buoninsegna (c.1255-c.1319) Annunciazione (The Annunciation) c.1307–1311 Egg tempera on wood, 44.5 × 45.8 cm National Gallery, London This panel was the first in a series of scenes of the infancy of Christ on the front of the predella (lowest part)…

Rue de Paris (1914)

Utrillo, Maurice (1883-1955) Rue de Paris (Street in Paris) 1914 Oil on canvas, 63.5 × 80 cm Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago See also: • Paris (France)

Étude de mode (1934-1940)

Maar, Dora (1907-1997) Étude de mode, femme en porte en treillis (Fashion Study, Woman in Lattice Doorway) 1934–1940 Gelatin silver print, 30.4 × 24.2 cm Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago

Mia madre che lavora (1907)

Boccioni, Umberto (1882-1916) Mia madre che lavora (My Mother Working) 1907 Drypoint printed in black on wove paper, 36.2 × 31 cm National Gallery of Art, Washington See also: • Boccioni, Cecilia Forlani (?)

An Egyptian in a Doorway (1865)

Alma-Tadema, Lawrence (1836-1912) An Egyptian in a Doorway 1865 Oil on wood, 55.9 x 39.4 cm Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York In the mid-1860s, Alma-Tadema painted a number of subjects set in ancient Egypt, in which convincing archaeological precision and uncanny…