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Madonna and Child (The Small Cowper Madonna), Oil by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio Da Urbino) (1483-1520, Italy)

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Madonna and Child (The Small Cowper Madonna), Oil by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio Da Urbino) (1483-1520, Italy)

"Madonna and Child (The Small Cowper Madonna)"

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Madonna and Child (The Small Cowper Madonna) is an (59.5 cm × 44 cm) oil on panel painting by the Italian High Renaissance artist Raphael, depicting Mary and Child, in a typical Italian countryside. Sitting in the center of the work in a bright red dress is the Madonna. She is fair skinned with blond hair. She sits comfortably on a wooden bench. Across her lap is a dark drapery upon which her right hand delicately sits. Interestingly, there appears to be a sheer translucent ribbon elegantly flowing across the top of her dress and behind her head. The faintest golden halo miraculously surrounds her head. In her left hand she holds the baby Christ, who embraces her with one arm around her back, the other around her neck. He, an undeniably precious child, looks back over his shoulder with a coy smile. Behind them, a beautifully clear and bright day unfolds. Off in the distance two figures appear to be ambling toward a reflective pond, enjoying the green scenery around them. A large and very impressing structure stands at the end of a long path, which one could presume to be a Catholic church. Its dome and other structural elements common of Catholic architecture add to the already omnipresent atmosphere of religious divinity and grace. Now in the collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.



 
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Madonna and Child (The Small Cowper Madonna) is an (59.5 cm × 44 cm) oil on panel painting by the Italian High Renaissance artist Raphael, depicting Mary and Child, in a typical Italian countryside. Sitting in the center of the work in a bright red dress is the Madonna. She is fair skinned with blond hair. She sits comfortably on a wooden bench. Across her lap is a dark drapery upon which her right hand delicately sits. Interestingly, there appears to be a sheer translucent ribbon elegantly flowing across the top of her dress and behind her head. The faintest golden halo miraculously surrounds her head. In her left hand she holds the baby Christ, who embraces her with one arm around her back, the other around her neck. He, an undeniably precious child, looks back over his shoulder with a coy smile. Behind them, a beautifully clear and bright day unfolds. Off in the distance two figures appear to be ambling toward a reflective pond, enjoying the green scenery around them. A large and very impressing structure stands at the end of a long path, which one could presume to be a Catholic church. Its dome and other structural elements common of Catholic architecture add to the already omnipresent atmosphere of religious divinity and grace. Now in the collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
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