Gold-Brocaded Velvets in Paintings by Cornelis Engebrechtsz - Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art
Gold-brocaded Velvets Gold-brocaded silk velvets can be counted among the most luxurious and costly products of fifteenth-century Europe. Although their
Master of the Mansi Magdalene, St Mary Magdalene
Master of the Mansi Magdalene (c. 1490-1530), St Mary Magdalene holding an ointment jar, c. 1525, oil on oak, 82 x 58 cm. Die heilige Maria Magdalena Gemäldegalerie, Berlin
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Why Is She So Hairy? Iconography of Mary Magdalene - DailyArtMagazine.com - Art History Stories
Mary Magdalene iconography is a tricky thing. What else can we say about the woman who is presented with hair covering her entire body?
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Mary Magdalene, 1504 - Luca Signorelli - WikiArt.org
‘Mary Magdalene’ was created in 1504 by Luca Signorelli in High Renaissance style. Find more prominent pieces of religious painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
Spanish School, 16th Century | Figure of Mary Magdalene | MutualArt
View Figure of Mary Magdalene By Spanish School, 16th Century; parcel-gilt polychrome wood; Height: 36 ½ in.; . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.
St Mary Magdalene
"O lamp of the world and gleaming pearl, by announcing Christ's resurrection you merited to become the apostle to the Apostles: O Mary Magdalene, be always our loving advocate with the God who chose you" - Magnificat antiphon from the Dominican propers. 22 July is the feast of St Mary Magdalene who is a patroness of the Dominican order. Detail of the saint, holding the jar of ointment with which to anoint the Lord, by Sir Ninian Comper. The window is in the Lady chapel of Downside Abbey.