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Saint Cecilia and an Angel, c.1617/18 and c.1621/27, Orazio Gentileschi, Giovanni Lanfranco; the saint is portrayed with organ symbolic attribute. (National Gallery of Art, Washington DC)

Orazio Gentileschi & Giovanni Lanfranco - Santa Cecilia con un angelo (National Gallery of Art, Washington)

Orazio Gentileschi, David Contemplating the Head of Goliath-1610-GemaldeG-B. on ArtStack #orazio-gentileschi #art

Orazio Gentileschi, David Contemplating the Head of Goliath-1610-GemaldeG-B. on ArtStack #orazio-gentileschi #art

Artemisia Gentileschi. Judith and her Maidservant (1613–14) Oil on canvas Palazzo Pitti, Florence

Artemisia Gentileschi, Judith and Her Maidservant, c. Oil on canvas, Palazzo Pitti, Florence. Artemisia/Artemesia Gentileshi is one of the few women artist of her time that reviled the Dutch Masters or male artists.

Santa Cecilia

This is Santa Cecilia. She roman, the patroness of music, and was killed in a cruel way.

este es uno de pantings tristan luis nombradas la Sagrada Familia se creó en 1613 y fue popular.   the Minneapolis Institute of Arts acquired an important painting of the Holy Family by a great Spanish artist Luis Tristan. Tristan's name will probably not be familiar in this country because it was shockingly the only work by him in an American museum.  This painting is described of an evolution of Spanish Baroque painting made by himself.

este es uno de pantings tristan luis nombradas la Sagrada Familia se creó en 1613 y fue popular. the Minneapolis Institute of Arts acquired an important painting of the Holy Family by a great Spanish artist Luis Tristan. Tristan's name will probably not be familiar in this country because it was shockingly the only work by him in an American museum. This painting is described of an evolution of Spanish Baroque painting made by himself.

Mother By Liz Lemon Swindle She cared for Him as a helpless infant, watching him grow in stature with God and man. She watched as the crowds cheered His entry into Jerusalem, only to see them lift Him upon the cross a few days later. Her heart must have longed to heal His pains, but it was He who looked down with perfect love and said, motioning to John, "Woman, behold thy son!" http://www.foundationarts.com/p-9148-mother.aspx?affiliateid=10199

Liz Lemon Swindle - Mother - LIMITED EDITION CANVAS from the Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Gallery featuring fine art prints, canvases, books, porcelains and gift ideas.

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