La femme en rouge26

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The assigning of symbolic meanings to colors is probably as old as symbolism itself

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  • From the bottom of my heart THANK YOU Wim, John, Alfredo (love your sense of humor!), Mireille and Pilar, GRACIAS, THANKS
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  • Que pinturas tan magníficas, son de una belleza increible. El siglo XVI en Flandes ( o Paises Bajos los llamamos en España ) fué algo especial. Muchas gracias querida amiga por estos momentos tan agradables, Pilar
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  • I quite agree with Alfredo , Michaela !
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  • Dear Sanda: it is amazing your dedication and creativity to put together 26 presentations on a central idea 'Women in Red' covering with this theme a great part of the history of 500 years of painters. You should receive an special award from Slideshare, something like 'The Best Slideshows on the History of Culture'. With my very best regards and admiration!
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  • More lovely paintings...Thank you Michaela.
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  • Quinten Massys (1466–1529) Money-Changer and His Wife, 1514 Musée du Louvre, Paris (Detail)
  • Dresden, Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister The moneychanger and his wife (1541) Kopenhagen, Statens Museum for Kunst The moneychanger and his wife (1540)
  • Marinus Claeszoon van Reymerswaele (c.1490–c.1546) was a Dutch painter. He received later the name of the city of Reimerswaal , Netherlands , where he was born and where he worked, at least from 1533-1540. In the latter year he moved to Goes , where he died around 1546. He is also named Marinus de Seeu (from Zeeland, a province of the Netherlands). He studied at the University of Leuven (1504) and was trained as a painter in Antwerp (1509). His name is known from a small number of signed panels. A number of other paintings are attributed to Marinus on stylistic grounds. His oeuvre consists of a relatively small numbers of themes only, mostly adapted from Quentin Massys and Albrecht Dürer: The moneychanger and his wife Two tax collectors The lawyer’s office Saint Jerome in his study The calling of Matthew
  • La femme en rouge26

    1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1755122-la-femme-en-rouge26/
    2. 2. Quinten Massys (1466–1529)Money-Changer and His Wife, 1514Musée du Louvre, Paris
    3. 3. Quinten Massys Money-Changer and His Wife, 1514 (detail)
    4. 4. Marinus van Reymerswaele (c.1490– c.1546)The Moneychanger and his Wife (1539),
    5. 5. Marinus van Reymerswaele (c.1490–c.1546) The Moneychanger and his Wife, 1539 München, Alte Pinakothek
    6. 6. Marinus van Reymerswaele (c.1490–c.1546) The Moneychanger and his Wife, 1538El Escorial, Real Monasterode San Lorenzo, Spain
    7. 7. Marinus van Reymerswaele (c.1490–c.1546) The Moneychanger and his Wife (1540) Museo Nazionale del Bargello Florence
    8. 8. Marinus van Reymerswaele (c.1490–c.1546)The Moneychangerand his Wife (1540)Museo Nazionale del Bargello Florence
    9. 9. Marinus van Reymerswaele (c.1490–c.1546) The Moneychanger and his Wife, 1540Musée des Beaux-Arts (Valenciennes)
    10. 10. Paolo Zacchia (1510-1560)Portrait of a WomanPortrait of Marie de Medici, XV
    11. 11. Palma il Vecchio (Italian artist, Master of the Female Half Lengths1480-1528) (1490-1540)Three Sisters Mary Magdalene Playing the LuteHarris Museum and A Hamburger Kunsthalle
    12. 12. Bernardino di Betto, called Pintoricchio (1454–1513) Lucretia Borgia (Daughter of Pope Alessandro (Borgia) and his mistress Vannozza (Giovanna) dei Cattani) as Santa Catterina dAlessandriaPinturicchio - Sala dei Santi in the Borgia apartments of the Vatican
    13. 13. Hans Baldung GrienLe Chevalier, la Jeune Fille et la Mort (1510) Musée du Louvre
    14. 14. Joachim Beuckelaer (1533–1574)The Vegetable SellerMusee des Beaux-Arts,Valenciennes
    15. 15. Joachim Beukelaer(Flemish painter c 1534-c 1574)Kitchen Interior 1560sMusee du Louvre, Paris
    16. 16. Joachim Beukelaer(Flemish painter c 1534-c 1574)The Four Elements - Air
    17. 17. Joachim Beukelaer(Flemish painter c 1534-c 1574)The Four Elements - Fire
    18. 18. Unknown 16th centuryKitchen with pieces, cook andkitchen maid
    19. 19. Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn 1606 – 1669The Girl in a Picture FrameRoyal Castle in WarsawRembrandt Harmensz van Rijn 1606 – 1669Portrait of a Lady with a Lap Dog, around 1665Art Gallery of Ontario
    20. 20. Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (1606 – 1669)The Jewish Bride Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
    21. 21. Carel Jacob de CREC Scène de carnaval, 1717 Musée des Beaux-ArtsMusée des Beaux-Arts Valenciennes, France Valenciennes
    22. 22. Jean-Marc Nattier, (1685-1766) The Countess TessinJean-Marc Nattier, (1685-1766)Louise-Anne de Bourbon-Condé1731
    23. 23. Eglon Hendrik van der Neer (1635-1703) JudithNational Gallery, London
    24. 24. Eglon Hendrik van der Neer (1635-1703) Lady Playing a LuteA lady drawingWallace Collection, London
    25. 25. Sir John Everett Millais (1829-1896), EffieEduard Friedrich Leybold (1798 -1879)Portrait of a Young Lady in a red Dress with a Paisley,1824
    26. 26. George DaweMaria Pavlovna,1825 caJames Durden (British, 1878-1964) Betty Keswick Museum and Art Gallery
    27. 27. Marcello Bacciarelli (1731 - 1818)Marie Christine 1766Marie-Guillemine Benoist (French Neoclassical Painter, 1768-1826)LImpératrice Marie Louise, 1812,Château de Fontainebleau
    28. 28. Marie-Guillemine Benoist (French Neoclassical Painter, 1768-1826)Marie Pauline BonapartePortrait of Élisa BonaparteLucca, National Museum of Palazzo Mansi
    29. 29. Marie-Guillemine Benoist (1768-1826)Portrait dUne Négresse, 1800Musée du Louvre, ParisSherrie Wolf (born in Portland, Oregon in 1952)Portrait of a Lady. Tulip and peach
    30. 30. Jan Frederik Pieter Portielje Belgian, 1829-1895Jan Frederik Pieter Portielje Belgian, 1829-1895
    31. 31. Jan Frederik Pieter Portielje Belgian, 1829-1895Jan Frederik Pieter Portielje Belgian, 1829-1895
    32. 32. Jan Frederik Pieter Portielje Belgian, 1829-1895Jan Frederik Pieter Portielje Belgian, 1829-1895
    33. 33. Jan Frederik Pieter Portielje Belgian, 1829-1895Jan Frederik Pieter Portielje Belgian, 1829-1895
    34. 34. Jan Frederik Pieter Portielje Belgian, 1829-1895Jan Frederik Pieter Portielje Belgian, 1829-1895
    35. 35. Edward Killingworth Johnson (1825- 1896) Breton fisher girl
    36. 36. Edward Killingworth Johnson (1825- 1896) The red capeThe Two Sisters, 1843 Theodore Chasseriau,
    37. 37. Carl Schmitz-Pleis (Germany, 1877-1943)A young woman reading on a balconyWilliam Powell Frith (1819 – 1909)A Dream of the Future
    38. 38. George Frederic Watts (British artist, 1817–1904 )The Sisters, 1856Wats Gallery Compton Guildford, SurreyWilliam Glackens (1870-1938)Natalie in a Blue Skirt, 1914
    39. 39. Konstantin Andreevic Somov (1869-1939)A Young Girl in a Red Dress (Girl with a Letter) Konstantin Andreevic Somov (1869-1939) Copy of Simonetta Vespucci (1453-76) by Sandro Botticelli (1444 - 1510)
    40. 40. Konstantin Andreevic Somov (1869-1939) Sleeping beauty
    41. 41. Ulisse Caputo (Italian artist, 1872-1948) Woman Reading
    42. 42. Claude Monet (1840-1926)Camille Monet in Japanese Costume
    43. 43. Claude Monet (1840-1926)Camille Monet in Japanese Costume (detail)
    44. 44. Text and pictures: Internet Claude Monet (1840-1926) Camille Monet in Japanese Costume, 1875(detail) Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Lara Fabian – Inévitablement (Nolwenn Leroy, coeur Lara Fabian

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