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Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio Da Urbino) - The Annunciation (from the predella of the Coronation of the Virgin)The Annunciation (from the predella of the Coronation of the Virgin)Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio Da Urbino)

The Oddi Altar is an altarpiece that was painted in 1502-1504, by the Italian Renaissance master Raphael for the altar of the Oddi family chapel in the church of San Francesco al Prato in Perugia, Italy. The predella (39 × 190 cm) is composed of three 27 × 50 cm paintings, one of them is The Annunci...

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Fra Angelico - Annunciation. The Wedding of the VirginAnnunciation. The Wedding of the VirginFra Angelico

In the predella below the Annunciation, near the two farthest edges, two scenes are painted (23 x 14 cm each). The first represent the Birth of the Virgin, the other The Virgin Consigns the Habit to St Dominic. There are five central scenes of the life of the Virgin, one after the other without inte...

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Fra Angelico - Annunciation. Adoration of the MagiAnnunciation. Adoration of the MagiFra Angelico

In the predella below the Annunciation, near the two farthest edges, two scenes are painted (23 x 14 cm each). The first represent the Birth of the Virgin, the other The Virgin Consigns the Habit to St Dominic. There are five central scenes of the life of the Virgin, one after the other without inte...

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Fra Angelico - Annunciation. The Death of the VirginAnnunciation. The Death of the VirginFra Angelico

In the predella below the Annunciation, near the two farthest edges, two scenes are painted (23 x 14 cm each). The first represent the Birth of the Virgin, the other The Virgin Consigns the Habit to St Dominic. There are five central scenes of the life of the Virgin, one after the other without inte...

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Fra Angelico - Annunciation. Presentation in the TempleAnnunciation. Presentation in the TempleFra Angelico

In the predella below the Annunciation, near the two farthest edges, two scenes are painted (23 x 14 cm each). The first represent the Birth of the Virgin, the other The Virgin Consigns the Habit to St Dominic. There are five central scenes of the life of the Virgin, one after the other without inte...

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Fra Angelico - Annunciation. The VisitationAnnunciation. The VisitationFra Angelico

In the predella below the Annunciation, near the two farthest edges, two scenes are painted (23 x 14 cm each). The first represent the Birth of the Virgin, the other The Virgin Consigns the Habit to St Dominic. There are five central scenes of the life of the Virgin, one after the other without inte...

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Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio Da Urbino) - Madonna of the MeadowMadonna of the MeadowRaphael (Raffaello Sanzio Da Urbino)

The Madonna with the Christ Child and Saint John the Baptist is a 1506 painting by Raphael, now held in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. It is also known as Madonna del prato (Madonna of the Meadow) or Madonna del Belvedere (after its long residence in the imperial collection in the Vienna Be...

Kunsthistorischess Museum (Wien, Austria)
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Jacopo Carucci (Pontormo) - VisitationVisitationJacopo Carucci (Pontormo)
(1528)

his early Visitation makes an interesting comparison with his painting of the same subject (at right), which was done about a decade later for the parish church of St. Michael in Carmignano, about 20 km west of Florence. Placing these two pictures together—one from his early style, and another from ...

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Fra Angelico - The Naming of JohnThe Naming of JohnFra Angelico

There are four panels in various collections which belonged originally to the predella of an unidentified altarpiece. The panels illustrate stories from the legends of the Virgin Mary, the apostle St James the Great, St John the Baptist, and Sts Francis and Dominic. The scenes are the following: The...

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