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Luca Signorelli The Birth of  st John the Baptist (mk05) oil painting


The Birth of st John the Baptist (mk05)
Painting ID::  20060
Luca Signorelli
The Birth of st John the Baptist (mk05)
Wood 12 1/2 x 27 1/2''(32 x 70 cm)Entered the Louvre in 1824

   
   
     

Luca Signorelli Portrait of a Lawyer (mk08) oil painting


Portrait of a Lawyer (mk08)
Painting ID::  21226
Luca Signorelli
Portrait of a Lawyer (mk08)
c.1490-1500 Oil on wood, 50x32cm Berlin Gemaldegalerie,Staatliche Museen zu Berli-Preubischer Kulturbesitz

   
   
     

Luca Signorelli The Damned Cast in Hell (mk08) oil painting


The Damned Cast in Hell (mk08)
Painting ID::  21227
Luca Signorelli
The Damned Cast in Hell (mk08)
1499-1503 Fresco totao width. c.670cm Orvieto,Duomo,Cappella di San Brizio

   
   
     

Luca Signorelli The Flagellation of Christ (nn03) oil painting


The Flagellation of Christ (nn03)
Painting ID::  23498
Luca Signorelli
The Flagellation of Christ (nn03)
c 1490 Oil on panel 85.5 x 62 cm 33 1/4 x 24 3/8 in Pinaoteca di Brera Milan

   
   
     

Luca Signorelli Middle-Aged Man (mk45) oil painting


Middle-Aged Man (mk45)
Painting ID::  25892
Luca Signorelli
Middle-Aged Man (mk45)
c.1500 Oil on panel 50x32cm Berlin,Staatliche Museen zu Berlin-PreubischerKulturbesitz,Gemaldegalerie

   
   
     

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     Luca Signorelli
     Crtona 1441-1523 .Italian painter of the Umbrian school, who probably studied with Piero della Francesca. He worked in Cortona, where some of his paintings have remained. Subsequently he worked in the Cathedral of Perugia, in Volterra, and at Monte Oliveto before undertaking (1499) the decoration of the Cappella Nuova in the Orvieto Cathedral. There he represented the apocalyptic series of the Story of the Anti-Christ, the End of the World, the Resurrection of the Bodies, Paradise, and the Inferno, as well as figurations from antique poems and the Divine Comedy. The infernal scenes are remarkable for their imaginative evocation of fiends and tortures of Hell. Michelangelo was influenced by his powerful treatment of anatomy and the vivid realism he used for dramatic ends. Signorelli's paintings in the Vatican, where he went in 1508, were later sacrificed to make way for some of Raphael's work.

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     | Giorgio Schiavone | Nicolaas Baur | Orchardson, Sir William Quiller |


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