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Simple Painting on Canvas - El Greco - Christ Carrying the Cross (Tablou Canvas Simplu - El Greco - Christ Carrying the Cross)
Author: El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos) (Greek, Iráklion (Candia) 1540/41–1614 Toledo)
Date: 1577–87
Medium: Oil on canvas
Recenzie:
During his long career in Spain, El Greco produced numerous paintings of Christ carrying the cross. The Lehman canvas, arguably his earliest version of the subject, is not a narrative scene: no other figures are represented and the setting is not recognizable. Instead, it is a devotional image of haunting immediacy and resonant with pathos. Christ's willing sacrifice for mankind is expressed through his gentle embrace of the cross and his heavenward gaze. – The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Category: Paintings
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Simple Painting on Canvas - Portrait
Description:
The Simple Paintings on Canvas involve printing on canvas, which is similar to painting on 100% cotton. The printing is executed at a high resolution of 1440 dpi with eco solvent ink, which is resistant to water and UV radiation. The canvas is stretched on a fir wooden frame with a special profiled.
Thickness:
 1.8 cm
Print Dimensions
:
 45×63 cm
Format: Portrait
Note: The design of this article was used as a result of the facility offered by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This article is a reproduction.


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Simple Painting on Canvas - Giovanni Bellini - Madonna and Child (Tablou Canvas Simplu - Giovanni Bellini - Madonna and Child)
Author: Giovanni Bellini (Italian, Venice, active by 1459–died 1516 Venice)
Date: late 1480s
Medium: Oil on wood
Review:
Few artists changed as radically as Bellini. This beautiful picture was painted in the late 1480s and in its rounded forms, diffuse lighting, employment of a viscous oil medium, and innovative, asymmetrical composition it looks ahead to the work of Giorgione and Titian, who Bellini taught. The cloth of honor is pulled aside to reveal a distant landscape. The transition from a dormant to a verdant nature and a dawn sky is a metaphor for death and rebirth. It was this sort of work that so impressed Albrecht Dürer when he visited Venice, declaring that Bellini was the best painter. – The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Category: Paintings
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Simple Painting on Canvas - Square
Description:
The Simple Paintings on Canvas involve printing on canvas, which is similar to painting on 100% cotton. The printing is executed at a high resolution of 1440 dpi with eco solvent ink, which is resistant to water and UV radiation. The canvas is stretched on a fir wooden frame with a special profiled.
Thickness:
 1.8 cm
Print Dimensions
:
 50×57 cm
Format: Portrait
Note: The design of this article was used as a result of the facility offered by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This article is a reproduction.

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Simple Painting on Rigid Support - Jan van Eyck - The Crucifixion; The Last Judgment (Tablou Pe Suport Rigid Simplu - Jan van Eyck)

Author: Jan van Eyck (Netherlandish, Maaseik ca. 1390-1441 Bruges) and Workshop Assistant
Date: 1440-41
Mediu: Oil on canvas, transferred from wood
Review:
 Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy, wrote in 1435 that Van Eyck, his court painter, was unequalled in his "art and science". Modern critiques have praised Van Eyck for his ability to combine observations seemingly viewed through a microscope and a telescope. In The Crucifixion, he evokes a remarkable range of emotions among the crowds against a landscape depicting Jerusalem and western European architecture, and his portrayal of nature likely reflects firsthand experience of the Alps, gained on a diplomatic mission in 1426 to Italy and the Holy Lands. His vision appears no less acute in conveying palpable messages of inevitable judgment and hopeful salvation in The Last Judgment. The paintings were meant to be experienced simultaneously with the excerpts from Isaiah, Revelations, and Deuteronomy found on the original frames (on view here). – The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Category: Paintings
Label: Simple Painting on Rigid Support
Description: The Simple Paintings on Rigid Support consisting of a PVC board with two sides, with extruded polystyrene core, on which a self-adhesive sheet is applied. The print has a high resolution of 1440 dpi and is laminated using a matte, anti-reflective and anti-UV foil.
Thickness: 10 mm

Dimensions: 20x60 cm
Proportion: 3:1
Format: Panoramic / Portrait
Important: This product is composed of two works.
Note: The design of this article was used as a result of the facility offered by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This article is a reproduction.
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Simple Painting on Rigid Support - Giovanni Bellini - Madonna and Child (Tablou Pe Suport Rigid Simplu - Giovanni Bellini)

Author: Giovanni Bellini (Italian, Venice, active by 1459–died 1516 Venice)
Date: late 1480s
Mediu: Oil on wood
Review:
 Few artists changed as radically as Bellini. This beautiful picture was painted in the late 1480s and in its rounded forms, diffuse lighting, employment of a viscous oil medium, and innovative, asymmetrical composition it looks ahead to the work of Giorgione and Titian, who Bellini taught. The cloth of honor is pulled aside to reveal a distant landscape. The transition from a dormant to a verdant nature and a dawn sky is a metaphor for death and rebirth. It was this sort of work that so impressed Albrecht Dürer when he visited Venice, declaring that Bellini was the best painter. – The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Category: Paintings
Label: Simple Painting on Rigid Support
Description: The Simple Paintings on Rigid Support consisting of a PVC board with two sides, with extruded polystyrene core, on which a self-adhesive sheet is applied. The print has a high resolution of 1440 dpi and is laminated using a matte, anti-reflective and anti-UV foil.
Thickness: 10 mm

Dimensions: 50×57 cm
Note: The design of this article was used as a result of the facility offered by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This article is a reproduction.
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