Jan de Beer - Annunciation (c.1525). Note the cat - one often appears in paintings of the Annunciation, particularly in the 16th century. This is de Beer's second painting of the Annunciation in the span of a few years, with the same white cat appearing in each.

Jan de Beer - Annunciation Note the cat - one often appears in paintings of the Annunciation, particularly in the century. This is de Beer's second painting of the Annunciation in the span of a few years, with the same white cat appearing in each.

Fra Filippo Lippi. The Annunciation.

The Annunciation - : Canvas Art, Oil Painting Reproduction, Art Commission, Pop Art, Canvas Painting

Loose company | oil painting, 1543 | Jan Sanders van Hemessen

Loose company | oil painting, 1543 | Jan Sanders van Hemessen

Anton Raphael Mengs (1728 – 1779) – Pintor Alemão_21

The Annunciation by Anton Rahael Mengs in which archangel Gabriel appears to the Virgin Many.

The Annunciation,  Marcellus Coffermans (1520/1530–c.1578) Date painted c.1549–1578. Glasgow Museums

The Annunciation, Marcellus Coffermans Date painted Glasgow Museums

A family scene, Erhard Schwetzer, paint on panel, 1541, Nuremberg. The boy on the left is blowing bubbles.

A family scene, Erhard Schwetzer, paint on panel, Nuremberg. The boy on the left is blowing bubbles.

Rachel Ruysch (1664-1750 Amsterdam) was a Dutch artist who specialized in still-life paintings of flowers, one of only three significant women artists in Dutch Golden Age painting.

Rachel Ruysch "Still Life Flowers in Vase" Ruysch was a Dutch artist who specialized in still-life paintings of flowers, one of only three significant women artists in Dutch Golden Age painting.

child and cat detail from Self-portrait with Family | Oil | Otto van Veen, 1556-1626,  also known by his Latinized name Otto Venius or Octavius Vaenius, was a painter, draughtsman, and humanist active primarily in Antwerp and Brussels in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century.

Child with cat, detail

detail of the cat from The Annunciation by Lorenzo Lotto

detail of the cat from The Annunciation by Lorenzo Lotto. Gabriel is ruffled by flight and God is right there to see His work.

The month of January | by Leandro da Ponte Bassano  (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna)

Peasants were the lowest level of the feudal system.

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