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Image painting mountain, nature landscapes.

Image painting mountain, nature landscapes.

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Giovanni panini italian, architecture buildings.

Giovanni panini italian, architecture buildings.

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Painting knight battle, nature landscapes.

Painting knight battle, nature landscapes.

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Painting human image, nature landscapes.

Painting human image, nature landscapes.

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Graffiti painting wall, animals.

Graffiti painting wall, animals.

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The Virgin and Child in Majesty and the Adoration of the Magi

The Virgin and Child in Majesty and the Adoration of the Magi

In this fresco, the Magi approach the Virgin and Child, not in a manger but enthroned in majesty and in the company of archangels. Mounted in the apse from Fuentidueña, this fresco originally came from a differ... more

Dragon

Dragon

Tail coiled, claws extended, and feet braced, this dragon is a powerful counterpart to the lion opposite. Medieval beasts, whether real orimaginary, were often imbued with symbolic meaning, as they are in anima... more

Fresco with Miracle of the Jewels
Saint James the Lesser

Saint James the Lesser

This figure has been linked to sculpture of the Upper Rhine Valley, but there are closer stylistic affinities to Catalan sculpture, as seen by comparison with the adjacent figures. Made in Rhine Valley

Lion

Lion

By portraying this lion with his muscles taut, his fur standing on end, and his gaze intense, the artist conveyed the power of this snarling big cat. Medieval beasts, whether real or imaginary, were often imbue... more

Altar Frontal

Altar Frontal

The enthroned Virgin and Child are surrounded by eight apostles, six of whom are identified in the Latin inscription above: Simon, Jude, Matthew, John, Thomas, and, apparently, Barnabas. The border of animal me... more

Purse with scenes from the story of Patient Griselda

Purse with scenes from the story of Patient Griselda

This embroidered scene depicts the popular medieval tale of Griselda, a poor maiden who was tested long and cruelly by her noble husband and thus exemplifies ideal Christian patience. The story appeared in vari... more

Retable

Retable

Master of Cubélls (Spanish, active 1374–ca. 1406) Made in Catalonia, Spain

The Pentecost

The Pentecost

Made in Florence, Italy

The Ascension

The Ascension

Made in Florence, Italy

Pouch (Forel)

Pouch (Forel)

This embroidery illustrates either a popular story or a courtly pastime. A lady and gentleman stand beneath a tree; she cradles a small dog under her arm and he offers her a flower or ring. This scene is common... more

Christ  Among the Doctors

Christ Among the Doctors

Workshop of Geri Lapi Made in Italy

Presentation in the Temple

Presentation in the Temple

Made in Florence, Italy

Christ Carrying the Cross

Christ Carrying the Cross

Made in Florence, Italy

Madonna and Child Enthroned

Madonna and Child Enthroned

Workshop of Bernardo Daddi (Italian, Florence (?) ca. 1290–1348 Florence)

Saint Peter as the First Pope

Saint Peter as the First Pope

Indentified by his papal tiara, the apostle Peter wears an ornately decorated ecclesiastical vestment (chasuble). The keys signifying his role as guardian of the gates to Heaven, which were given to him by Chri... more

Man of Sorrows

Man of Sorrows

This impressive devotional image by a follower of Nardo di Cione presumably came from a Florentine monastery. It may originally have been placed above a door or as a lunette beneath an arch, or possibly in a ni... more

Shield for the Field or Tournament (Targe)

Shield for the Field or Tournament (Targe)

Although damaged from use and age, this shield is one of the most beautifully painted examples of the fifteenth century. On the preserved surface shows a woman wearing a feathered turban and holding a scroll in... more

Box
The Intercession of Christ and the Virgin

The Intercession of Christ and the Virgin

Christ and the Virgin are shown pleading with God the Father for mercy on behalf of eight small figures, perhaps members of a prominent Florentine family. In the tradition of hieratic scale, the divine figures... more

The Crucifixion; The Last Judgment

The Crucifixion; The Last Judgment

Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy, wrote in 1435 that Van Eyck, his court painter, was unequalled in his “art and science.” Modern critiques have praised Van Eyck for his ability to combine observations seeming... more

The Crucifixion

The Crucifixion

To the left of the Crucifixion are shown Saints Monica, her son Augustine, and Peter Martyr; to the right are Saints Dominic, Francis, and Elizabeth of Hungary. This damaged but poignant picture was painted in ... more

Paradise

Paradise

Together with a scene of the Creation and Expulsion from Paradise, also in the Metropolitan (Robert Lehman Collection), this picture formed the base (predella) of an altarpiece formerly in the church of San Dom... more

The Adoration of the Shepherds

The Adoration of the Shepherds

Mantegna, one of the prodigies of Italian painting, had already established his reputation by the age of eighteen. This work must have been painted when he was in his early twenties, and it already shows the pa... more

The Adoration of the Magi

The Adoration of the Magi

This Adoration is one of only two surviving works painted by Justus of Ghent before he went to Italy in 1469 to work for Federico da Montefeltro, duke of Urbino. The stage-like space and arrangement of the main... more

Saint Dominic Resuscitating Napoleone Orsini

Saint Dominic Resuscitating Napoleone Orsini

Bartolomeo degli Erri and his brother Agnolo were the key artistic personalities in Modena (north of Bologna) during the second half of the fifteenth century, painting three altarpieces for the church of San Do... more

The Annunciation

The Annunciation

Memling modeled this Annunciation on the left wing of Rogier van der Weyden’s Saint Columba Altarpiece (now in Munich), but his innovative rendition portrays the Virgin swooning and supported by two angels, rat... more

Saints Nicholas of Tolentino, Roch, Sebastian, and Bernardino of Siena, with Kneeling Donors

Saints Nicholas of Tolentino, Roch, Sebastian, and Bernardino of Siena...

Benozzo Gozzoli (Benozzo di Lese di Sandro) (Italian, Florence ca. 1420–1497 Pistoia)

Piece
Table carpet fragment

Table carpet fragment

Textiles were rarely used as floor coverings in the late sixteenth century, except by the wealthiest individuals, but "carpets" of pile weaves, tapestry weaves, or embroidery were often used to decorate tables.... more

Panel
The Adoration of the Shepherds (Cartoon)

The Adoration of the Shepherds (Cartoon)

Anonymous, Netherlandish, 16th century

Panel
Chasuble
Appliqué
Tournament Shield (Targe)

Tournament Shield (Targe)

Shields of this shape were inspired by Hungarian light-cavalry shields and were adopted in Germany and Austria for the Hussarisch Turnier (tournament in Hungarian-style costume). The German motto around the owl... more

Alfonso II d'Este (1533–1597), Duke of Ferrara

Alfonso II d'Este (1533–1597), Duke of Ferrara

Italian (Ferrarese) Painter (late 16th century) Ferrara

Close Helmet for the Tourney

Close Helmet for the Tourney

The tourney was a mock combat fought in an open field between two groups of mounted contestants armed with blunted lances and swords. Armor for the tourny usually was similar to that used in battle, with the ad... more

Valance
The Garden of Eden

The Garden of Eden

This panel was one of a set of three valances probably used to decorate the tester of a bed. Small elements—fruits, flowers, and leaves—were worked in tent stitch on canvas and then applied to the dark velvet f... more

Valance
Military Procession

Military Procession

Follower of Polidoro da Caravaggio (Italian, Caravaggio ca. 1499–ca. 1543 Messina)

Tester bed

Tester bed

Italian (Florentine) Painter

Piece
Orphrey
Panel
Valance
Alfonso I d'Este (1476–1534), Duke of Ferrara

Alfonso I d'Este (1476–1534), Duke of Ferrara

Italian (Ferrarese) Painter (second quarter 16th century) Ferrara