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“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.” ― Charles William Eliot


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  • Rosso Fiorentino Giovanni Battista di Iacopo (n. 1494, Florența - d. 1540, Fontainebleau) two-cherubs-reading detail-from-Madonna-and-child-with-Saints-Giovanni-Battist
  • The son of a Venetian painter, Crivelli is reckoned to have been born around 1430. He was fined and sentenced in Venice in 1457 to six months’ imprisonment for adulterously cohabiting with Tarsia Cortese, the wife of a sailor. By 1465 he appears in the records as a citizen of the Venetian colony of Zara on the Dalmatian coast. By 1468 he had crossed the Adriatic and taken up residence at Fermo, in the Marche, where he executed at least eight altarpieces between that year and 1473.
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    • 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1478134-reading2/
    • 2. Philippe de Champaigne (1602 – 1674)Metropolitan Museum of Art
    • 3. Antique European hand painted porcelain plaque
    • 4. Ambrosius Benson (1495 – 1550)
    • 5. Ambrosius Benson (1495 – 1550)Private collection
    • 6. Ambrosius Benson (1495 – 1550)The Persian Sibyl
    • 7. Ambrosius Benson (1495 – 1550)Mary Magdalene c. 1530Oil on oak panel, 46 x 37 cmGalleria Franchetti, Ca dOro, Venice
    • 8. Ambrosius Benson (1495 – 1550)Saint Mary Magdalene reading
    • 9. Ambrosius Benson (1495 – 1550)Saint Mary Magdalene Reading
    • 10. Ambrosius Benson (1495 – 1550)Saint Mary Magdalene reading
    • 11. Ambrosius Benson (1495 – 1550)Saint Mary Magdalen Reading , about 1525The National Gallery, London
    • 12. Ambrosius Benson (1495 – 1550)Young Woman Reading a Book of Hours, 1520-30Oil on panel, 75 x 55 cmMusée du Louvre, Paris
    • 13. Ambrosius Benson (1495 – 1550)Virgin and Child with Saints 1530-32Musée du Louvre, Paris
    • 14. Antonello da Messina (c.1430 – 1479) Antonello da Messina (c.1430 – 1479)Virgin of the Annunciation Virgin of the AnnunciationMuseo Nazionale Palermo Alte Pinakothek, Munich
    • 15. Baltazar Echave Orio (1540-1624)The AnnunciationPainted by the Spanish artist in 1621
    • 16. Bernardino Luini (Italian 1485-1532)
    • 17. Carlo Crivelli (c. 1435 – c. 1495)The Virgin AnnunciateStädel Museum, Frankfurt.
    • 18. Daniele Crespi (1598 – 1630)Annunciazione
    • 19. Eugène Delacroix (1798 – 1863)Léducation de la vierge, 1842Musée Eugene Delacroix Paris
    • 20. Martin Schongauer (c. 1448– 1491)Madonna and Child in a WindowJ. Paul Getty Museums collection
    • 21. Lorenzo Costa (1460-1535)AnnunciationGemäldegalerie Alte Meister Dresden
    • 22. Jan Van Eyck (Flemish, 1395-1441)The Annunciation (1434-6)National Gallery of Art Washington, DC.
    • 23. Fra Angelico (c. 1395 – 1455)Virgin Mary Annunciate1450-1455gold leaf and tempera on wood panelDetroit Institute of Arts, USA
    • 24. Georges de La Tour (1593 – 1652)The Education of the Virgin (painted in 1640)The Frick Collection, New York
    • 25. Rogier van der Weyden (1400-1464)The Magdalen ReadingThe National Gallery, London
    • 26. Jan van Eyck ( c. 1395 – 1441)The Ghent Altar (central section, detail)Oil on wood. St. Bavon, Ghent, Belgium.
    • 27. Carlo Crivelli (c. 1435 – c. 1495)The Annunciation, with Saint Emidius 1486 (detail)National Gallery London
    • 28. Saint Jerome ReadingGeorges de La Tour (1593 – 1652)Saint MatthewMusée Toulouse-Lautrec, Albi, France
    • 29. Georges de La Tour (1593 – 1652)Saint PaulMusée Toulouse-Lautrec, Albi, France
    • 30. Georges de La Tour (1593 – 1652)Saint Jérôme ReadingMusée du Louvre, Paris, France
    • 31. Saint JérômeSaint Andrew
    • 32. Georges de La Tour (1593 – 1652)Saint Jérôme Reading 1650
    • 33. Hans Memling (active by 1465–died 1494)Metropolitan Museum of Art
    • 34. Hendrick Bloemaert (1601 – 1672)The sacred Hieronymus
    • 35. Hendrick Bloemaert (1601 – 1672)An Old Man ReadingMuseum of Fine Arts, Budapest
    • 36. Jan Van Eyck (1395-1441)Madonna with the Child ReadingNational Gallery of Victoria
    • 37. Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475 – 1564)
    • 38. Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475 – 1564)
    • 39. Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475 – 1564)
    • 40. Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475 – 1564)
    • 41. Vladimir Borovikovsky (1757 – 1825)The Virgin MaryThe Russian Museum Saint-Petersburg
    • 42. Quinten Massys (1466–1529),Triptique de la confrerie Saint-Anne a Louvain
    • 43. The Annunciation from a Book of Hours, 1485–90Quinten Massys (1466–1529)Portrait of a womanMetropolitan Museum of Art
    • 44. The Virgin receiving the Annunciation.Book of hours of Henri VIIAttributed to Jean Bourdichon, court painter to Louis c 1500.Free Library of Philadelphia,
    • 45. Anton Raphael Mengs (1728–1779)AnnunciationThe State Hermitage Museum Saint Petersburg, Russia
    • 46. Barthélemy d Eyck (ca.1420–after 1470)Master of the AixThe Annunciation
    • 47. Gaudenzio Ferrari 1511The National Gallery, London
    • 48. Kovacs Tibor(b.1959)AnnunciationPrivate collection Budapest
    • 49. Illuminated ms Annunciation, c. 1450
    • 50. Juan Correa de Vivar (1510 - 1566)Retablo de la Anunciación.Hermitage
    • 51. Gerard David (1455-1523)Cervara altarpieceAnnunciation Virgin.Metropolitan Museum
    • 52. Robert Campin (c. 1375 – 1444),The Mérode Triptych, 1425–1428. MetropolitanMuseum of Art, New York
    • 53. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: James Galway - Mozart Concert n.1 sol K.313 - Adagio ma non troppo