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Martin Schongauer - The First Foolish VirginThe First Foolish VirginMartin Schongauer

Scene 33 of the cycle on the life of St Benedict depicts as Benedict gives posthumous absolution to two nuns, fleeing from their graves during Mass, whom he had threatened with excommunication.One notable scene of the cycle is devoted to the story of two haughty and talkative nuns whom Benedict had ...

Szépmûvészeti Múzeum (Budapest, Hungary)
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Serafino Serafini - Death of St LouisDeath of St LouisSerafino Serafini

Scene 25 of the cycle on the life of St Benedict depicts Benedict telling two monks where and what they have eaten outside the monastery.In a number of scenes Benedict is required to be stern with his weaker brothers, either because they have become possessed by demons (Scene 13) or because they hav...

Church of San Francesco (Mantua, Italy)
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Vincent Van Gogh - Seascape at Saintes-MariesSeascape at Saintes-MariesVincent Van Gogh

Saintes-Maries is the subject of a series of paintings that Vincent van Gogh made in 1888. When Van Gogh lived in Arles, he took a trip to Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer on the Mediterranean sea, where he made several paintings of the seascape and town. In June 1888 Van Gogh took a 30 mile stagecoach trip...

Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
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Martin Schongauer - The Fifth Foolish VirginThe Fifth Foolish VirginMartin Schongauer

Scene 30 of the cycle on the life of St Benedict depicts Benedict foretelling the destruction of Montecassino.In some of his scenes (e.g. in Scene 30) Sodoma illustrates successive phases of a single event. That this technique might be used to depict moment-by-moment developments within a particular...

Szépmûvészeti Múzeum (Budapest, Hungary)
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Jean-François Millet - The AngelusThe AngelusJean-François Millet

A man and a woman are reciting the Angelus, a prayer which commemorates the annunciation made to Mary by the angel Gabriel. They have stopped digging potatoes and all the tools used for this task – the potato fork, the basket, the sacks and the wheelbarrow – are strewn around them. In 1865, Millet s...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Girls at the PianoGirls at the PianoPierre-Auguste Renoir

n late 1891 or early 1892 Renoir was invited by the French government to execute a painting for a new museum in Paris, the Musée du Luxembourg, which was to be devoted to the work of living artists. He chose as his subject two girls at the piano. Aware of the intense scrutiny to which his submission...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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Vincenzo Campi - -Study for the --Ricotta Eaters---'Study for the ''Ricotta Eaters'''Vincenzo Campi

St Eligius, who was born c. 590 in Limousin, notably in the making of reliquaries has become one of the most popular saints of the Christian West. Ancient tradition credits him with extraordinary talent as a goldsmith.St Eligius in His Workshop remains to this day the best-known and best-loved paint...

Staatliche Kunstsammlungen (Dresden, Germany)
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Paul Signac - Breakfast (The Dining Room)Breakfast (The Dining Room)Paul Signac

In Signac's Dining Room, the scene is backlit from a window, giving a dramatic light creating silhouettes and strong contrasts of light and shade. This type of lighting was used occasionally by Degas, but not by the Impressionists, who avoided such extremes of contrast. When sunsets were painted by ...

Kröller-Müller Museum (Otterlo, Netherlands)
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Hans Memling - Scenes from the Passion of Christ (left side)Scenes from the Passion of Christ (left side)Hans Memling

Scenes from the Passion of Christ is an oil painting on a panel of Baltic oak, painted c.1470 by German-born Early Netherlandish painter Hans Memling. The painting shows 23 vignettes of the Life of Christ combined in one narrative composition without a central dominating scene: 19 episodes from the ...

Galleria Sabauda (Turin, Italy)