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Sandro Botticelli - The Story of VirginiaThe Story of VirginiaSandro Botticelli

The Story of Virginia (Italian, Storie di Virginia), is a painting by the Italian Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli. It is a tempera on panel and measures 86 cm tall and 165 cm wide. It is currently held by the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo, Italy. It is one of the last works that Botticelli made...

Peter Paul Rubens - The Elevation of the Cross (central part of the triptych)The Elevation of the Cross (central part of the triptych)Peter Paul Rubens

The Elevation of the Cross (also called The Raising of the Cross) is a triptych painting by Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens, completed in 1610-1611. Rubens painted The Elevation of the Cross after returning to Flanders from Italy. The work shows a clear influence of Italian Renaissance and Baroque ...

Sandro Botticelli - St. AugustineSt. AugustineSandro Botticelli

St. Augustine is the subject of two paintings by the Italian Renaissance master Sandro Botticelli. The first, executed in 1480, is in the church of Ognissanti in Florence. The other is in the Uffizi, also in Florence. It portrays Augustine of Hippo in meditation within his studio. The Coat of Arms v...

Rene Magritte - The Blank CheckThe Blank CheckRene Magritte

This painting utilizes a technique like that of the Schuster fork, and illustrates how the mind constructs the impossibility. The mind puts together the separate elements into a 'coherent' whole of these parts. The horse is thus bisected by a patch of background grass. Also, one of the tree trunks i...

Vincent Van Gogh - Noon Rest from Work after MilletNoon Rest from Work after MilletVincent Van Gogh

Copies by Vincent van Gogh, form an important group of paintings executed by Vincent van Gogh between 1887 and early 1890. While at Saint-Paul asylum in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France where Van Gogh admitted himself, he strived to have subjects during the cold winter months. Seeking to be reinvigora...

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