Eleanor of Toledo with her son Giovanni de' Medici by Agnolo Bronzino, c.1544-45. (Uffizi Gallery, Florence)

Eleanor of Toledo with her son Giovanni de' Medici by Agnolo Bronzino, c.1544-45. (Uffizi Gallery, Florence)

This is a self portrait of Scipione Pulzone (c. 1542 or 1543 – 1598) a painter notable for his Renaissance/Mannerist style and his influence on the religious world. He painted the portraits of numerous popes and cardinals, and inspired the Catholic devotion to Our Lady of Providence.

This is a self portrait of Scipione Pulzone (c. 1542 or 1543 – 1598) a painter notable for his Renaissance/Mannerist style and his influence on the religious world. He painted the portraits of numerous popes and cardinals, and inspired the Catholic devotion to Our Lady of Providence.

Painted in 1623, this self-portrait by Bernini, age 25 is one of the few paintings done by Bernini who became famous for his mastery of sculpture. For more on Bernini, visit us at community.artauthority.net

Painted in 1623, this self-portrait by Bernini, age 25 is one of the few paintings done by Bernini who became famous for his mastery of sculpture. For more on Bernini, visit us at community.artauthority.net

Attributed to Perugino -- Virgin and Child accompanied by two angels, Saint Rose and Saint Catherine of Alexandria

Attributed to Perugino -- Virgin and Child accompanied by two angels, Saint Rose and Saint Catherine of Alexandria

Bartolomeo Montagna (Bartolomeo Cincani) (Italian, Vicentine, 1459-1523) "Saint Justina of Padua" ca. 1490's; oil on wood.

Bartolomeo Montagna (Bartolomeo Cincani) (Italian, Vicentine, 1459-1523) "Saint Justina of Padua" ca. 1490's; oil on wood.

Pinterest
Search