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CIMA da Conegliano The Annunciation dfg oil painting


The Annunciation dfg
Painting ID::  6027
CIMA da Conegliano
The Annunciation dfg
1495 Tempera and oil on canvas transferred from wood, 136,5 x 107 cm The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

   
   
     

CIMA da Conegliano The Annunciation (detail) dsg oil painting


The Annunciation (detail) dsg
Painting ID::  6028
CIMA da Conegliano
The Annunciation (detail) dsg
1495 Tempera and oil on canvas transferred from wood The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

   
   
     

CIMA da Conegliano St. Helena sdgdf oil painting


St. Helena sdgdf
Painting ID::  6029
CIMA da Conegliano
St. Helena sdgdf
1495 Panel National Gallery of Art, Washington

   
   
     

CIMA da Conegliano Madonna of the Orange Tree dfg oil painting


Madonna of the Orange Tree dfg
Painting ID::  6030
CIMA da Conegliano
Madonna of the Orange Tree dfg
c. 1495 Tempera and oil on panel, 12 x 139 cm Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venice

   
   
     

CIMA da Conegliano Madonna Enthroned with the Child dfg oil painting


Madonna Enthroned with the Child dfg
Painting ID::  6031
CIMA da Conegliano
Madonna Enthroned with the Child dfg
Panel Galleria Nazionale, Parma

   
   
     

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     CIMA da Conegliano
     Italian Painter, ca.1459-1517 Italian painter. He belonged to the generation between Giovanni Bellini and Giorgione and was one of the leading painters of early Renaissance Venice. His major works, several of which are signed, are almost all church altarpieces, usually depicting the Virgin and Child enthroned with saints; he also produced a large number of smaller half-length Madonnas. His autograph paintings are executed with great sensitivity and consummate craftsmanship. Fundamental to his artistic formation was the style that Bellini had evolved by the 1470s and 1480s; other important influences were Antonello da Messina and Alvise Vivarini. Although Cima was always capable of modest innovation, his style did not undergo any radical alteration during a career of some 30 years, and his response to the growing taste for Giorgionesque works from the early 16th century remained superficial. He seems to have maintained a sizeable workshop,

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