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David with the Head of Goliath is a painting by the Italian artist Caravaggio. David is depicted against a deep black background as a kind of ideal portrait. He is holding the head of Goliath, whom he has felled with hissling. Accordingly, he will be presented to the virgins of Jerusalem, and then to King Saul. Yet Caravaggio shows us a melancholy hero, who looks at the chopped-off head with a  [ Read More ]

Saint Matthew and the Angel

  Caravaggio’s work was destroyed in 1945.This painting is known only in the form of black and white.Also known for using colorful versions of various programs.The photos was developed by Photoshop.We studied the the artist techniques and color range.We have done studies on the colored version. Black and white reproduction process in Photoshop.We tried to hold the visual painting reconstruction. painting by: Italian artist Caravaggio Date of implementation: Year 1602 Artwork size:  295 cm × 195 cm (116 in  [ Read More ]

Medea-Frederick Sandys

Medea is an oil painting on canvas by the Pre-Raphaelite painter Frederick Sandys which was created in 1868. Description In Greek mythology Medea, a magician and princess, fell in love with Jason and helped him steal the Golden Fleece on the island of Colchis. He married her but after the birth of their children he divorced her to marry Glauce. In revenge Medea created a poisoned robe and coronet and  [ Read More ]

Mary Magdalene is a Pre-Raphaelite painting by Frederick Sandys. Mary Magdalene was the only character from the Bible that Sandys ever painted. Having sharp features reminiscent of Lizzie Siddal, Mary is depicted in front of a patterned forest-green damask. She holds an alabaster ointment cup, a traditional attribute which associates her with the anonymous sinful woman who anointed Jesus’ feet in Luke 7:37. Like other Pre-Raphaelite painters, Frederick Sandys gave  [ Read More ]

Castor and Pollux

History and Myth In Greek mythology Castor and Pollux were brothers of Helen of Troy, the ‘face that launched a thousand ships’. They brought forth favourable winds for those who made sacrifice to them. The Romans considered Castor and Pollux the patron gods of horses and of the Roman social order of mounted knights, called equites.  Like many of the Gods they have complex back stories and lives, as well  [ Read More ]

The Creation of Adam

Michelangelo Buonarroti (Italian, 1475–1564) In 1508, Pope Julius II (1444–1513) commissioned Michelangelo to paint a series of ceiling frescos for the Sistine Chapel, a project that became one of the artist’s most celebrated achievements. The Creation of Adam is arguably the most famous section of Michelangelo’s fresco Sistine Chapel ceiling painted circa 1511–1512.It is traditionally thought to illustrate the Biblical creation narrative from the Book of Genesis in which God  [ Read More ]

The article was prepared according to the French-language encyclopedia. Posts in the French language: Le Portrait de Jean II le Bon est un tableau anonyme de 60 × 44,5 cm conservé à Paris, au département des peintures du Musée du Louvre. Cette peinture « sur le vif » représente le roi de France Jean II dit « Le Bon » de profil sur un fond entièrement doré. Éléments historiques Jean  [ Read More ]

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