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May the miracle of Christmas fill your heart with warmth and love. Christmas is the time of giving and sharing. It is the time of loving and forgiving. Merry Christmas to Everyone!...

May the miracle of Christmas fill your heart with warmth and love. Christmas is the time of giving and sharing. It is the time of loving and forgiving. Merry Christmas to Everyone!
To all my friends, best wishes of happiness, now and always.
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  • The Wilton Diptych is a work that combines a sense of peace, majesty, awesome power, purity, poignancy, and elegance. It is unmatched in the world. At first glance the faces of the angels all look the same but each possesses its own distinct character. The panel is only 19x12 inches in size. There is no idea who the artist was or even his nationality. Art historians have debated his identity and most agree that he was English but there is still no clear-cut proof. The Wilson Diptych is a small folding altarpiece, which is presumed to have been commissioned by King Richard II of England for his private devotions. The king is portrayed kneeling in prayer and being presented by three Saints to the Virgin and Child. Although the identity of the artist is unknown, the use of egg tempera is associated with Italy and the style of the work is informed by Sienese art. On the other hand, the oak panel support and the type of white chalk ground refer to Northern European painting. The artist of the Wilson Diptych uses egg tempera paint that dries immediately. Therefore, different paints must be pre-mixed before painting, rather than mixing paint on the surface to be painted. Adding wet paint to dry dissolves and smudges the dry paint. Thus, egg tempera paint is applied in thin strokes. The Virgin’s face is a good example of this method. Thick, heavy strokes are not possible because they crack as they lose water.

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  • The light of Christmas http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1285930-the-light-of-christmas-8/
  • Domenico Veneziano (c. 1410–1461) Madonna and Child - burgundy Xmas 1435-37 Villa I Tatti, Settignano (Firenze)
  • Anonymous Neapolitan artist Madonna of Charity Ischia 15th century portrait of a woman (Vittoria Colonna)
  • Alvise Vivarini (1442–1505) Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist and a male Saint
  • Andrea Mantegna (c 1431–1506) Madonna with Child 1490-1500
  • Giovanni Bellini (c.1430-1516)
  • Giovanni Bellini, Madonna del Prato 1505 National Gallery, Londra
  • Carlo Maratti (1625-1713) The Sleep of the Infant Jesus, with Musician Angels. Musée du Louvre Paris
  • Alvise Vivarini (1442–1505) Madonna and Child with Four Saints
  • Andrea Mantegna (1431-1506) Madonna and Child and Cherubins
  • Andrea di Bartolo c. 1415.detail. National Gallery of Art, Washington
  • Alvise Vivarini (1442–1505) Mary and Child with Sts Mary Magdalene and Catherine. Private collection
  • Andrea Orcagna (c. 1308 - c. 1368) Madonna and Child with Angels National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
  • Antonio Campi (c. 1522 – 1587) Virgin and Child with saints. Pinacoteca di Brera.Milano Domenico Veneziano Madonna del Roseto. Museo nazionale d'arte, Bucarest
  • Antoniazzo Romano (c 1452-c 1512) Mother and Child
  • Antonello da Messina, (c. 1430 – 1479) Virgin and Child 1470-1480. London National Gallery
  • Antonello da Messina Madonna and Child, c.-1475-58 National Gallery of Art, Washington, USA
  • Bartolome Esteban Murillo (1617-1682) Fine Arts Museum Seville
  • Gentile Bellini (1429–1507) Madonna and Child with Donors, 1460. Gemäldegalerie Berlin
  • Andrea del Sarto (1486–1530) The Holy Family with the Young Saint John the Baptist The Metropolitan Museum of Art NY
  • Arcangelo di Cola da Camerino (Notizie 1416 – 1429) Bibbiena Bastiano Mainardi. Virgin 1490
  • Bernardino Di Mariotto Dello Stagno Madonna and Child with Sts Severino and-Dominic,1512 Pinacoteca Vatican
  • Carlo Maratti (1625-1713) Adoration of the Thorn Crown Private collection
  • Carlo Maratta (1625-1713) Madonna teaching the Infant Christ reading Hermitage Museum St.Petersburg
  • Conrad von Soest Madonna and Child 1420.Dortmund Albrecht Dürer(1471 - 1528) Madonna with the swaddled Infant Bridgewater Madonna Edinburg Museum
  • Virgin and Child From the Book of Kells, Folio 7v ca. 800 Trinity College Library, Dublin, Ireland This picture is said to be the oldest (and possibly the most unflattering) existing image of the Madonna and Child in a Western manuscript. It was created by monks in Ireland
  • Conrad von Soest Marienaltar Marienkirche in Dortmund
  • Sassetta (1392–1450) Madonna of humility with Child and four Saints c.-1435 Museo Diocesano, Cortona
  • Sassetta (1392–1450) Madonna of humility with Child and four Saints c.-1435 Museo Diocesano, Cortona
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  • Sassetta (1392–1450) Madonna with Child
  • Unknown bohemian master
  • Wilton diptych 1395-99
  • Wilton diptych 1395-99
  • Unknown master german Madonna and child 1400-30 Furstenfeldbruck, Germany
  • S ound: Teodora Paunescu-Tuca – O, Marie Pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement : Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda