Abstract Pattern,Florence,Master Plan,Tempera,Drapery,Madonna

Beautiful stained glass art by Medieval, Gothic and Renaissance artisans, that adorns some of the finest medieval cathedrals in Europe.

This artwork represents Jesus when he was walking to the cross which he was crucified on and was stopped and a lady washed his face with a cloth and his face appeared on it.

the blessed virgin mary

Gothic Art,Stained Glass

GIOTTO di Bondone Madonna and Child 1297 Tempera on wood Private collection

GIOTTO di Bondone Madonna and Child Tempera on wood, 180 x 90 cm San Giorgio alla Costa, Florence The painting has been cut on both sides and the lower part during the Baroque transformation of the church at the end of the century.


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Giotto di Bondone, born Angiolo di Bondone, also called Angiolotto, ca 1267–8Jan1337 | The Virgin and Child | The later 16th century biographer Giorgio Vasari says of him "...He made a decisive break with the ...Byzantine style, and brought to life the great art of painting as we know it today, introducing the technique of drawing accurately from life, which had been neglected for more than two hundred years."

Giotto di Bondone, born Angiolo di Bondone, also called Angiolotto, ca 1267–8Jan1337 | The Virgin and Child | The later 16th century biographer Giorgio Vasari says of him "...He made a decisive break with the ...Byzantine style, and brought to life the great art of painting as we know it today, introducing the technique of drawing accurately from life, which had been neglected for more than two hundred years."

D. di Buoninsegna, Maestà, 1308 - 1311, tempera e oro su tavola, Museo dell'Opera Metropolitana, Siena

D. di Buoninsegna, Maestà, 1308 - 1311, tempera e oro su tavola, Museo dell'Opera Metropolitana, Siena

Epitaphios, from the Stavronikita Monastery, Mt Athos (16th Century). Burial of Christ Icon

The Epitaphios

Epitaphios, from the Stavronikita Monastery, Mt Athos (16th Century). Burial of Christ Icon

Early Renaissance  --  The Crucifixion  --  Circa 1365  --  Andrea do Cione  (Orcagna)  Italian, Florence  --  Tempera on wood w/ gold ground  --  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Early Renaissance -- The Crucifixion -- Circa 1365 -- Andrea do Cione (Orcagna) Italian, Florence -- Tempera on wood w/ gold ground -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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