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Madonna with the Carnation, 1480 by Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519, Italy) | Oil Painting | WahooArt.com

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Leonardo Da Vinci - Oil - 62 cm - 1480

Madonna with the Carnation is an oil painting by Leonardo da Vinci created around 1478-1480. The central (and centered) motif is young Virgin Mary with her naked Baby Jesus on her lap. Mary is seated and wears precious clothes and jewellery. With her left hand, she is holding a carnation (interpreted as a healing symbol). The faces are put into light while all other objects are darker, f.e. the carnation is covered by a shadow. The child is looking up, the mother is looking down — there is no eye contact. The setting of the portrait is a room with two windows on each side of the figures. It is permanently displayed at the Alte Pinakothek gallery in Munich, Germany since 1889 after it was in private ownership.





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Madonna with the Carnation is an oil painting by Leonardo da Vinci created around 1478-1480. The central (and centered) motif is young Virgin Mary with her naked Baby Jesus on her lap. Mary is seated and wears precious clothes and jewellery. With her left hand, she is holding a carnation (interpreted as a healing symbol). The faces are put into light while all other objects are darker, f.e. the carnation is covered by a shadow. The child is looking up, the mother is looking down — there is no eye contact. The setting of the portrait is a room with two windows on each side of the figures. It is permanently displayed at the Alte Pinakothek gallery in Munich, Germany since 1889 after it was in private ownership.
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