Sleeping Embers of an Ordinary Mind: Paintings in the Novel

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Here are the paintings and images that crop up in my novel. Chapter numbers are included.

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Saint George and the Dragon by Paolo Uccello, oil on canvas, National Gallery, London. On the left the princess is using her belt as a leash to take the dragon up to the town. On the right George is spearing the beast. Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Paintings, Moritz Von Schwind, Gravure Photo, Dragon C, Famous Legends, Saint George And The Dragon, Saint Georges, National Gallery

Paolo Uccello | Saint George and the Dragon | NG6294

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THE BATTLE OF SAN ROMANO-Paolo Uccello, (c. 1396 – was a painter from Florence in Italy, during the time known as the Early Renaissance. He is famous as one of the first painters of the Italian Renaissance to use perspective in his pictures. Italian Renaissance Art, Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Paintings, Painted Horses, Giorgio Vasari, Tempera, National Gallery, Great Paintings

Paolo Uccello | The Battle of San Romano | NG583

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Blind, 1916 Paul Strand (American, Platinum print 13 x 10 in. x cm) Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1933 © Aperture Foundation Inc. History Of Photography, Modern Photography, Documentary Photography, Street Photography, Portrait Photography, Social Photography, Photography Composition, Photography Magazine, Camera Photography

Paul Strand | Blind Woman, New York | The Met

Artist: Paul Strand (American, New York 1890–1976 Orgeval, France). Date: 1916. Medium: Platinum print. Dimensions: 34 × 25.7 cm (13 3/8 × 10 1/8 in.)Mo...

Paolo Uccello: A scene from his Corpus Domini predella in Urbino. Lorenzo Ghiberti, Renaissance Kunst, Italian Renaissance, Fra Angelico, Rue Des Archives, Web Gallery Of Art, Early Middle Ages, Italian Painters, Picture Postcards

Paolo Uccello - Wikipedia

Paolo Uccello: A scene from his Corpus Domini predella in Urbino. 1465-68. Chapter 12

Humanistic Minuscule - Page from the Book of Hours of Giovanni II Bentivoglio, Bologna, c. Humanist minuscule with colored versals and decorations. Medieval Books, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Illuminated Letters, Calligraphy Artist, Calligraphy Alphabet, Calligraphy Tutorial, Gothic Script

Humanist minuscule - Wikipedia

Humanist minuscule. A style of script introduced in Italy at the start of the fifteenth century. Easier to read than the more angular northern scripts, which abbreviated many words. Chapter 15.

Laura Cereta is a fifteenth-century Italian feminist and humanist. The title of my novel is taken from one of Cereta's letters. See the extract at the very beginning of the novel. Feminist Writers, Feminist Icons, My English Teacher, Right To Education, Free Mind, Historical Pictures, Historical Women, Popular Culture, Oppression

Laura Cereta - Wikipedia

Laura Cereta is a fifteenth-century Italian feminist and humanist. The title of my novel is taken from one of Cereta's letters. See the extract at the very beginning of the novel.

Piero di Cosimo : Battle between Lapiths and Centaurs (The National Gallery, London) ピエロ・ディ・コジモ Metamorphosis Book, Female Centaur, Ovid Metamorphoses, Roman Gods, National Gallery, Art Ancien, High Renaissance, Art Database, Chiaroscuro

Piero di Cosimo | The Fight between the Lapiths and the Centaurs | NG4890

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Digitale Bibliotheek voor de Nederlandse Letteren (The Digital Library of Dutch Literature is a collection of primary and secondary information on Dutch language and literature in its historical, societal and cultural context. Dutch Language, Language And Literature, Van Gogh Museum, Post Impressionism, Christ, Novels, Olives, Paintings, Image

Van Gogh Museum Journal 2001 · dbnl

Digitale Bibliotheek voor de Nederlandse Letteren (The Digital Library of Dutch Literature is a collection of primary and secondary information on Dutch language and literature in its historical, societal and cultural context.)

Available for sale from Galerie Hans Mayer, Andy Warhol, Details of Renaissance Paintings (Paolo Ucello, St. George and the Dragon Silkscree… Andy Warhol Pop Art, Renaissance Paintings, High Art, Art World, Screen Printing, Modern Art, Moose Art, Prints, Moma

Andy Warhol. Paolo Uccello, St. George and the Dragon 1460 from the series Details of Renaissance Paintings. 1984 | MoMA

Andy Warhol. Paolo Uccello, St. George and the Dragon 1460 from the series Details of Renaissance Paintings. 1984. Screenprint. composition (irreg.): 25 13/16 x 37 3/16" (65.5 x 94.5 cm); sheet: 31 7/8 x 44 1/8" (81 x 112.1 cm). Edition Schellmann & Klüser, Munich. Rupert Jasen Smith Inc., New York. Gift of Edition Schellmann, Munich and New York. 294.1989. © 2020 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Drawings and Prints

The Loss of the Mary Stanford Lifeboat, Winchelsea Church. Chapter 16, Arts And Crafts Movement, Novels, Mary, Paintings, Glass, Paint, Drinkware, Painting Art

The Loss of the Mary Stanford Lifeboat, Winchelsea Church. Chapter 16

Why would a dissolute rebel like Paul Gauguin paint a nativity? Martin Gayford investigates how this splendid Tahitian Madonna came about and why religion was ever-present in Gauguin’s art Martin Gayford [‘The Birth of Christ’, by Paul Gauguin] Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, Gauguin Tahiti, List Of Paintings, Painting Prints, Canvas Prints, Art Print, Art Français, The Birth Of Christ

Neue Pinakothek - Wikipedia

Paul Gauguin: Te Tamari No Atua, 1896. Neue Pinakothek Museum. Chapter 4