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The 71 Artworks of media Tempera and containing the word sandro botticelli, tempera, italian renaissance, gods, birth and containing the word death, 1500



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Sandro Botticelli - The Birth of VenusThe Birth of VenusSandro Botticelli

The Birth of Venus shows the Goddess of Love and Beauty as she arrives on the shore of Cyprus after she was born, rising from the sea fully formed. Venus reaches the shore on top of a large scallop shell, blown by the wind god, Zephyr and Aura, a minor breeze deity whom he carries in his arms. The w...

Uffizi Gallery (Florence, Italy)
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Andrea Mantegna - The Lamentation over the Dead ChristThe Lamentation over the Dead ChristAndrea Mantegna

The Lamentation of Christ (also known as the Lamentation over the Dead Christ, or the Dead Christ and other variants) is a painting of about 1480 by the Italian Renaissance artist Andrea Mantegna. While the dating of the piece is debated, it was completed between 1475 and 1501, probably in the early...

Pinacoteca di Brera (Milan, Italy)
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Bernardo Daddi - Polyptych of San Pancrazio: Predella panelPolyptych of San Pancrazio: Predella panelBernardo Daddi

The drawings in fifteenth-century model books functioned as a stock of exemplars that could be reused by an artist. Drawn on prepared paper in metalpoint, the images in model books were highly finished. Because of their frequent use, only a small number of these drawings survived, but aspects of thi...

Royal Collection (Windsor, United Kingdom)
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Bernardo Daddi - Polyptych of San Pancrazio: Predella panelPolyptych of San Pancrazio: Predella panelBernardo Daddi

Comparable with Italian Sacra Conversazione compositions from around 1500, David's panel is characterized by a happy balance between stillness and movement, between space and plane, and between the overall homogeneity of the composition and the careful execution of its details.The starting-point for...

Galleria degli Uffizi (Florence, Italy)