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The Resurrection of Christ.Famous Paintings in Western Christian Art

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The Resurrection of Jesus has long been central to Christian faith and Christian art, whether as a single scene or as part of a cycle of the Life of Christ.

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The Resurrection of Christ.Famous Paintings in Western Christian Art

  1. 1. The Resurrection of Christ Famous Paintings in Western Christian Art
  2. 2. La Résurrection du Christ Tableaux célèbres dans l’Art occidental chrétien
  3. 3. DAVID, Gerard La Résurrection, avec les pèlerins d'Emmaüs The Resurrection, with the Pilgrims of Emmaus 1510 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  4. 4. BOUTS, Dieric the Elder Resurrection Résurrection 1450-60 Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasaden
  5. 5. MULTSCHER, Hans Resurrection Résurrection 1437 Staatliche Museen, Berlin
  6. 6. GRECO, El The Resurrection La Résurrection 1596-1600 Museo del Prado, Madrid
  7. 7. MEMLING, Hans Triptyque de la Résurrection du Christ, Panneau central la Résurrection Triptych of the Resurrection of Christ, Central panel the Resurrection 1485-1490 (each wing) Musée du Louvre, Paris
  8. 8. BERMEJO, Bartolomé Resurrection Résurrection 1475 Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona
  9. 9. GENER, Guerau Resurrection of Christ Résurrection du Christ 1407-1411 Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona
  10. 10. RAFFAELLO Sanzio Resurrection of Christ Résurrection du Christ 1500 São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo
  11. 11. PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA Resurrection Résurrection 1463-65 Pinacoteca Comunale, Sansepolcro
  12. 12. GIOTTO di Bondone No. 37 Scenes from the Life of Christ: 21. Resurrection (Noli me tangere) N° 37 Scènes de la vie du Christ: 21. Résurrection (Noli me tangere) 1304-06 Cappella Scrovegni (Arena Chapel), Padua
  13. 13. The Ascension “And he led them out as far as to Bethany, and he lifted up his hands, and blessed them. And it came to pass, while he blessed them, he was parted from them, and carried up into heaven. » - Luke 24:50-51 L'Ascension « Il les conduisit jusque vers Béthanie, et, ayant levé les mains, il les bénit. Pendant qu'il les bénissait, il se sépara d'eux, et fut enlevé au ciel. » - Luc 24:50-51
  14. 14. GIOTTO di Bondone No. 38 Scenes from the Life of Christ: 22. Ascension N° 38 Scènes de la Vie of Jésus christ : 22 . Ascension 1304-1306 Cappella Scrovegni (Arena Chapel), Padua
  15. 15. oes The Resurrection of Christ La Résurrection du Christ images and text credit www. Music ThePianoGuys Story of My Life created olga.e. thanks for watching
  16. 16. The Resurrection of Jesus has long been central to Christian faith and Christian art, whether as a single scene or as part of a cycle of the Life of Christ. From the 12th century the Resurrection itself begins to appear regularly in the West, with Christ shown emerging from what is normally shown as a Roman-style sarcophagus placed on the ground. Sometimes his torso is shown above the top edge of the sarcophagus, but more often he stands on top of it, or places one foot on the edge. The slab has always been removed (by an angel, though they are rarely shown), and may lie to one side of the scene at a diagonal angle. Representations of the resurrection continued to evolve in the Renaissance and into the Baroque period, with Rubens producing two paintings in 1611 and 1635 in which the triumphant figure of a resurrected Christ dominates the space. As in other religious subjects, after Tiepolo and his Spanish imitators, the momentum in producing religious art was lost. However, the depiction of the Resurrection continues to be a major theme in Christian churches, e.g. as in the 19th-century Rosary Basilica in Lourdes, France.
  17. 17. À partir du XIIe siècle, la Résurrection commence à apparaître régulièrement en Occident et montre le Christ émergeant d'un sarcophage de style romain. Parfois, son torse est montré sur le bord supérieur du sarcophage, mais plus souvent sur le sarcophage ou avec un pied sur le bord. La dalle a toujours été enlevée par un ange, qui se situe parfois d'un côté de la scène à un angle diagonal. Les représentations de la résurrection ont continué d'évoluer à la Renaissance et à l'époque baroque. Comme dans d'autres thèmes religieux, après Tiepolo et ses imitateurs espagnols, l'impulsion dans la production d'art religieux a été perdue. Cependant, la description de la Résurrection c'est encore un thème important dans les églises chrétiennes, par exemple. comme dans la basilique du Rosaire du XIXe siècle à Lourdes, en France.

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