Santa ana la virgen y el niño

Santa ana la virgen y el niño

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Durante el siglo XIII, por la influencia del código de caballería y de la cultura aristocrática en la poesía, canción y artes plásticas, la Madonna se representa como la reina del cielo, a menudo coronada.

Aunque muy pocas de las primeras imágenes de la Virgen María se conservan, es posible rastrear las raíces de la Madonna en el arte de las comunidades cristianas más antiguas de Europa, el norte de África y Oriente Medio. Muy importantes para la tradición italiana son los iconos bizantinos, especialmente los de Constantinopla, ciudad capital del más largo y duradero imperio de la civilización del medioevo; estos iconos tuvieron gran importancia en la vida civil y fueron celebrados como milagrosos. El Imperio bizantino se veía a sí mismo como la verdadera Roma, aunque de lengua griega. Bizancio era un estado cristiano con colonias de italianos viviendo entre sus ciudadanos, participando en cruzadas en las fronteras de su territorio y además, saqueando las iglesias, palacios y monasterios de muchos de sus tesoros.

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The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne is an unfinished oil painting of c. 1503 by Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci depicting Saint Anne, her daughter the Virgin Mary and the infant Jesus.[1] Christ is shown grappling with a sacrificial lamb symbolizing his Passion as the Virgin tries to restrain him. The painting was commissioned as the high altarpiece for the Church of Santissima Annunziata in Florence and its theme had long preoccupied Leonardo.[citation needed]

It is likely that the painting was commissioned by King Louis XII of France following the birth of his daughter Claude in 1499, but it was never delivered to him.[1] Leonardo probed into incorporating these figures together by drawing the Burlington House Cartoon (National Gallery).[1] In 2008, a curator at the Louvre discovered several faint sketches believed to have been made by Leonardo on the back of the painting.[2][3][4] Infrared reflectography was used to reveal a «7-by-4 inch drawing of a horse’s head», which had a resemblance to sketches of horses that Leonardo had made previously before drawing The Battle of Anghiari. Also revealed was a second sketch 61⁄2 inch-by-4  inch depiction of half a skull. A third sketch showed the infant Jesus playing with a lamb, which sketch was similar to that which is painted on the front side.[2] The Louvre spokesperson said that the sketches were «very probably» made by Leonardo and that it was the first time that any drawing had been found on the «flip side of one of his works». The drawings will be further studied by a group of experts as the painting undergoes restoration.[2]

the virgin and child with st an…

The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne is an unfinished oil painting of c. 1503 by Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci depicting Saint Anne, her daughter the Virgin Mary and the infant Jesus.[1] Christ is shown grappling with a sacrificial lamb symbolizing his Passion as the Virgin tries to restrain him. The painting was commissioned as the high altarpiece for the Church of Santissima Annunziata in Florence and its theme had long preoccupied Leonardo.[citation needed]

It is likely that the painting was commissioned by King Louis XII of France following the birth of his daughter Claude in 1499, but it was never delivered to him.[1] Leonardo probed into incorporating these figures together by drawing the Burlington House Cartoon (National Gallery).[1] In 2008, a curator at the Louvre discovered several faint sketches believed to have been made by Leonardo on the back of the painting.[2][3][4] Infrared reflectography was used to reveal a «7-by-4 inch drawing of a horse’s head», which had a resemblance to sketches of horses that Leonardo had made previously before drawing The Battle of Anghiari. Also revealed was a second sketch 61⁄2 inch-by-4  inch depiction of half a skull. A third sketch showed the infant Jesus playing with a lamb, which sketch was similar to that which is painted on the front side.[2] The Louvre spokesperson said that the sketches were «very probably» made by Leonardo and that it was the first time that any drawing had been found on the «flip side of one of his works». The drawings will be further studied by a group of experts as the painting undergoes restoration.[2]

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