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    The Warrior by Giorgio di Castelfranco (1505-1510). A subtle painting of power. The warrior calmly looks at death.


    Jacopo Ligozzi (Italian, 1547–1627). Allegory of Avarice. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Eric Seiler and Darcy Bradbury, and Edward A. and Karen S. W. Friedman, 1991 (1991.443) #Halloween #skulls

    gustav klimt-portrait of his niece

    2108012 - linda vachon

    John William Waterhouse

    "Brigida Spinola Doria", 1605, by Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, 1577-1640). National Gallery of Art, Washington.


    John William Waterhouse

    Eugene de Blaas

    "A casting from life" by Édouard Joseph Dantan (1848 - 1897) #studio #atelier

    Sir Henry Raeburn - The Skating Minister [c.1795]

    Orazio Lomi Gentileschi (1563 - 1639)

    Gil Blas and the Archbishop of Granada (from Lesages 'The Adventures of Gil Blas de Santillane')

    Francisco de Goya: "La lectura, o Los políticos".Pinturas negras (Black Paintings), 1820-1823. Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid

    Francisco de Goya. Heads in a landscape



    Madonna - Fra Filippo Lippi (1406-1469)

    Filippo Lippi - Coronation of the Virgin (dettaglio) 1441-47 Tempera on wood Galleria degli Uffizi, Firenze

    The Mystical Nativity by Sandro Botticelli, ca. 1500. The story surrounding this painting is fascinating—from the images with double meanings, to the importance of the writing on the ribbons (a reference to a speech by a priest who burned many great works of art, and from whence the term "Bonfire of the Vanities" originated). Unlike his other work, this 'dangerous' painting (done on canvas) could be rolled up and hidden.