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Virgin and Child, Tempera by Niccolò Di Tommaso

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Virgin and Child, Tempera by Niccolò Di Tommaso
"Virgin and Child"

Niccolò Di Tommaso - Tempera - 101 x 70 cm - (Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, United States))

The premature death of the celebrated poet at Missolonghi in 1824 shocked the entire civilized world. Byron the Romantic became a heroic symbol of liberty for the philhellenist movement, which supported the Greek war of independence against the Turks.The English poet lies bathed in a red glow like an ancient Greek hero. The titles of his poems are inscribed in laurel wreaths along the edge of his bed.

 


 
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The premature death of the celebrated poet at Missolonghi in 1824 shocked the entire civilized world. Byron the Romantic became a heroic symbol of liberty for the philhellenist movement, which supported the Greek war of independence against the Turks.The English poet lies bathed in a red glow like an ancient Greek hero. The titles of his poems are inscribed in laurel wreaths along the edge of his bed.
Niccolò Di Tommaso
Tempera
Tempera