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From the 14th century onwards, the lily – a symbol of purity – tends to replace the sceptre as Gabriel’s main accessory. This substitution was common above all in Florence, the city whose coat of arms is a red lily. In reaction to this, Florence’s historic adversary, Siena, a city renowned for its devotion to the Virgin Mary, began to represent Gabriel holding an olive branch in his hand – as can be seen in Simone Martini’s famous painting in the Uffizi Gallery. In Northern European painting however, the lily is often shown in a vase rather than in the hand of the Divine Messenger who still carries a scepter. At times the lily is associated with other flowers, like the rose (symbolizing charity) and the violet (humility).

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  • Mereu, divinul inger mesager ia chipul Fecioarei, si, o surprinde in momentul lecturii. Cartea in mana unei femei e un semn de emancipare, de noblete, in acele vremuri. Eu o vad, ca dovada cea mai graitoare, ca prin acceptarea lucrarii divine, ea stia ce turnura istorico-religioasa avea sa ia intreaga omenire. Asta justifica si chipul ei mereu impovarat de o mare, responsabila, ingrijorare.
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  1. 1. Simone Martini and Lippo Memmi The Annunciation and Two Saints (St. Margaret and St. Ansanus), 1333 Uffizi, Florence
  2. 2. SimoneMartini and LippoMemmi TheAnnunciationandTwoSaints,1333
  3. 3. Pietro Cavallini (1259 – c. 1330)  Santa Maria in Trastevere, Roma Anunciazione
  4. 4. Pietro Cavallini  (1259 – c. 1330)  Santa Maria in Trastevere, Roma Anunciazione
  5. 5. PietroCavallini(1259–c.1330)  SantaMariainTrastevere,Roma
  6. 6. The triumphal arch of Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome, ca. 432-40 Originally 5thC, restored extensively
  7. 7. Annunciation. The decoration of the Early Christian churches, and particularly of the basilicas, was mostly with mosaics. The largest series of early mosaic decorations in Rome are the panels on the triumphal arch and the nave walls of Santa Maria Maggiore of c. 432-40
  8. 8. Jacopo Torriti, mosaici abside di Santa Maria Maggiore, Roma 13th-century
  9. 9. Paolo Uccello (1397-1475) Annunciation 1425 Ashmolean Museum
  10. 10. Neri di Bicci (1419–1491) Annunciazione di Firenze, Chiesa di Santa Trinita Neri di Bicci (1419–1491) Fragment Annunciation Galleria dell'Accademia, Firenze
  11. 11. Neri di Bicci (1419–1491) Chiesa di Certomondo a Ponte a Poppi in Casentino
  12. 12. NeridiBicci(1419–1491) Galleriadell'Accademia,Firenze
  13. 13. Neri di Bicci (1419–1491) Galleria dell'Accademia, Firenze
  14. 14. Neri di Bicci (1419–1491) S. Francesco, Arezzo, Italia
  15. 15. Neri di Bicci (1419–1491) Annunciazione di San Remigio, Santa Maria Novella Firenze
  16. 16. Neri di Bicci (1419–1491) Annunciazione di San Remigio (details)
  17. 17. Spinello Aretino, Annonciation, vers 1390-1400, Chiesa di San Francesco Arezzo
  18. 18. Spinello Aretino, Annonciation, vers 1390-1400, Chiesa di San Francesco Arezzo
  19. 19. Spinello Aretino, Annonciation, detail
  20. 20. Spinello Aretino   (c. 1350 – c. 1410)  Annonciation, Fitzwilliam Museum
  21. 21. Spinello Aretino, Annonciation, vers 1390-1400
  22. 22. Spinello Aretino, Annonciation, vers 1390-1400, details
  23. 23. Spinello Aretino, Annonciation, vers 1390-1400, details
  24. 24. Taddeo di Bartolo (1362-1422) Annonciation Avignon, petit palais
  25. 25. TaddeodiBartolo(1362-1422)Annonciation TaddeodiBartoloAnnonciation-fragment
  26. 26. Sano di Pietro (1405-1481) Avignon, petit palais
  27. 27. Tommaso del Mazza (Italian, active 1377 - 1392) Getty museum
  28. 28. LuisdeMorales(1512-1586)Annunciationdetail GiovanniFrancescoRomanelli(1610-1662) TheAngelOfTheAnnunciation
  29. 29. Giovanni Francesco Romanelli (1610- 1662) The Annunciation
  30. 30. PlautillaNelli(1524–1588)Annunciation PlautillaNelliAnnunciation
  31. 31. Sister Plautilla Nelli (1524–1588) was a self-taught nun-artist and the first-known female Renaissance painter of Florence, Italy. She was a nun of the Dominican convent of St. Catherine of Siena in Florence
  32. 32. Pompeo Girolamo Batoni (1708 - 1787) Madonna annunciata, 1741-42 Musée du Louvre
  33. 33. Leonardo da Vinci's The Annunciation was sent to Japan in 2007  Leonardo in the Uffizis collection The Annunciation (around 1472)
  34. 34. Monday, April 16, 2007 Two Leaders and First Ladies View a Masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci in Tokyo   Annunciation (1472- 73) by Leonardo da Vinci (Galleria degli Uffizi)
  35. 35. Pictures: Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda https://ma-planete.com/michaelasanda Sound: Luciano Pavarotti - Ave Maria by Franz Schubert 2019

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