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  • Pol Sandeman

    Jan van Scorel. Maria Magdalena. Um 1530, Holz, 67 × 76,5 cm. Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum. Tradition der niederländischen Romanisten. Niederlande. Renaissance. KO 00847

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    Mariamagdalena / Jan van Scorel

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    "Painting of Mary Magdalene" by Jan van Scorel via DailyArt app, your daily dose of art

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    The woman is Mary Magdalen. A jar of ointment is her usual attribute, with which she is said to have tended Jesus’s feet. Van Scorel portrayed her as a seductive, lavishly dressed courtesan, a reference to her apparent origins as a prostitute. Her costume shows the influence of Italian painting on Van Scorel, which he absorbed when he travelled to Rome. Jan van Scorel, 1530.

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The Renaissance was a cultural movement that spanned roughly the 14th through the 17th century, beginning in Italy in the late Middle Ages and later spreading to the rest of Europe. It encompassed the revival of learning based on classical sources, the rise of courtly and papal patronage, the development of perspective in painting, and advancements in science. The Renaissance had wide-ranging consequences in all intellectual pursuits, but is perhaps best known for its artistic aspect and the contributions of such polymaths as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, who have inspired the term "Renaissance men".

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