Joan of Arc Triptych by Hermann Stilke
Joan of Arc Triptych by Hermann Stilke

Joan of Arc Triptych

Joan of Arc Triptych c1843 by Hermann Stilke (1803 – 1860); a Religious and Historic Painter

This pieces joins together all three of the pieces that Hermann Stilke created into one large format; taking the viewer from the Appearance of Saint Catherine and Saint Michael to Joan of Arc when she is in the forest; to Joan of Arc in Battle against the British Forces as she is on horseback leading the troops, and finally to Joan of Arc’s Death at the Stake with the pope and high officials of both the British and the French watching her burn; all in vibrant compelling color.… Read the rest

Joan of Arc in Battle by Hermann Stilke
Joan of Arc in Battle by Hermann Stilke

Joan of Arc in Battle

Joan of Arc in Battle c1843 by German Painter Hermann Stilke (1803 – 1860) (Central Part of The Life of Joan of Arc Triptych)

This is the center piece of the Joan of Arc Triptych and it shows her on a white stallion in bright shiny armor holding a white flag that has on it Christ with a gold starburst around, two Angels at his feet and royal symbols across the flag in the background.… Read the rest

Joan of Arc's Death at the Stake by Hermann Stilke
Joan of Arc’s Death at the Stake by Hermann Stilke

Joan of Arc’s Death at the Stake c1843 by German Painter Hermann Stilke (1803 – 1860) (Right-Hand Part of The Life of Joan of Arc Triptych)

Joan of Arc’s Death at the Stake

This is the right hand part of The Life of Joan of Arc Triptych; which contrast sharply with the first as this powerful scene depicting Joan of Arc in the town center square, as she is being burned at the stake for doing the work of GOD.… Read the rest

Appearance of Sts Catherine and Michael to Joan of Arc by Hermann Stilke
Appearance of Sts Catherine and Michael to Joan of Arc by Hermann Stilke

Appearance of Sts Catherine and Michael to Joan of Arc

Appearance of Sts Catherine and Michael to Joan of Arc c1843 by German Painter Hermann Stilke (1803 – 1860); a painter and draughtsman of religious and romantic scenes.… Read the rest

Mary Magdalene by Carlo Dolci
Mary Magdalene by Carlo Dolci

Mary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene c1660+70 by Italian Painter Carlo Dolci (1616 – 1686) of the Baroque Period, known for his highly detailed works of religious art.

This portrait of Mary Magdalene as her face illuminated by the light of heaven; and shows her with a halo above her head has she looks towards the heavens, holding in her hand what may be an silver incense jar.… Read the rest

Sainte Jeanne d'Arc by Paul Antoine De La Boulaye
Sainte Jeanne d’Arc by Paul Antoine De La Boulaye

Saint Joan of Arc

Sainte Jeanne d’Arc (Saint Joan of Arc) c1909 by French Painter Paul Antoine De La Boulaye (1849 – 1926); specialized in creating peasant genre scenes, religious inspired artwor, still life imagery, portraits and depictions of exotic women.

A beautiful portrait of a young woman portraying Saint Joan of Arc in her battle uniform with a chain mail vest.… Read the rest

Saint Justina of Padua by Bartolomeo Montagna
Saint Justina of Padua by Bartolomeo Montagna

Saint Justina of Padua

Saint Justina of Padua c1940 by Italian Painter Bartolomeo Montagna (Bartolomeo Cincani 1450 – 1523) a Renaissance painter most famously known for the creation of his many Madonnas.

This is a fragment of an alterpiece that shows a portrait of the early Christian Martyr Justina in the guise of an elegantly dressed contemporary of the artist Bartolomeo Montagna.… Read the rest

A Winter Landscape with Activities around a Village by Frederik Marinus Kruseman
A Winter Landscape with Activities around a Village by Frederik Marinus Kruseman

A Winter Landscape with Activities around a Village

A Winter Landscape with Activities around a Village c1857 by Dutch Painter Frederik Marinus Kruseman (1816 – 1882), specializing in Romantic Style Landscape Scenes.

This is a beautiful romantic winter landscape scene, people skating on a frozen lake, while others are using the frozen lake to transport people and goods; while a flock of birds enjoy a flight in the frigid winter sky.… Read the rest

GOD's Creatures by Eugene de Blaas
GOD’s Creatures by Eugene de Blaas

GOD’s Creatures c1913 by Italian Painter Eugene de Blaas (1843 – 1931; Also known as Eugen von Blaas) of the Academic Classicism Period. Though he often painted Venetian scenes; he also painted many portraits and religious works of art.

A striking portrait of a young nun leaning on the shelf of a balcony that overlooks a bay, as she looks skyward at the birds that are taking flight into the early morning sun lit sky.… Read the rest

La Casta Susana by Juan Manuel Blanes
La Casta Susana by Juan Manuel Blanes

La Casta Susana (The Susanna Caste) c1862 by Uruguayan Painter Juan Manuel Blanes (1830 – 1901) of the Realist School and one of the most renowned portrait artist of Uruguay.

The painting depicts a scene from the book of Daniel in which Susanna is falsely accused of promiscuity (a crime punishable by death), by two lustful elders that were watching her as she bathed and then tried to blackmail her into having sex with them.… Read the rest

Philosophy and Christian Art Engraving by W. Ridgway
Philosophy and Christian Art Engraving by W. Ridgway

Philosophy

Philosophy and Christian Art c1878 by Engraver W. Ridgway after a painting by American Painter Daniel Huntington‘s c1868 (1816 – 1906) of the Hudson River School Art Movement and in later life he became a prominent portrait painter, who’s was influenced by Raphaelesque Italian and German ideals and of the High Renaissance Era.… Read the rest

The Virgin and Child, with Infant Saint John the Baptist by Engraver Franz Hanfstängl
The Virgin and Child, with Infant Saint John the Baptist by Engraver Franz Hanfstängl

The Virgin and Child

The Virgin and Child with the infant Saint John the Baptist c1836 by German Engraver Franz Hanfstängl (1804 – 1890) from a painting by Italian Painter Lorenzo Lotto (1480 – 1556)

The Virgin and child with the infant Saint John the Baptist, with the Christ child lying on her lap and turning to kiss the Baptist c1836 by German Engraver Franz Hanfstängl (1804 – 1890) from a painting by Italian Painter Lorenzo Lotto (1480 – 1556)

This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.… Read the rest

The Virgin with Angels by William Adolphe Bouguereau
The Virgin with Angels by William Adolphe Bouguereau

The Virgin with Angels

The Virgin with Angels c.1900 by French Painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825 – 1905) of the Academic Period, who created modern interpretations of classical subjects based of mythological themes.

This painting by William-Adolphe Bouguereau shows the Virgin Mary, holding the baby Jesus surrounded by Heavenly Angels, with the light of Heaven embracing them all.… Read the rest

Madonna and Child Seated Between St. Genevieve and Joan Of Arc by Élisabeth Sonrel
Madonna and Child Seated Between St. Genevieve and Joan Of Arc by Élisabeth Sonrel

Madonna and Child Seated Between St. Genevieve and Joan Of Arc

Madonna And Child Seated Between St. Genevieve And Joan Of Arc (Vierge À L’enfant, Entre Sainte Geneviève Et Jeanne D’arc) by French Painter Élisabeth Sonrel (1874 – 1953); and illustrator of the Art Nouveau style; who’s works included allegorical subjects, mysticism and symbolism, portraits and landscapes.… Read the rest

Young John The Baptist by William-Adolphe Bouguereau
Young John The Baptist by William-Adolphe Bouguereau

Young John The Baptist

Young John The Baptist (28 – 36 AD) c1890 by French Painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825 – 1905); was an Academic painter known for the use of mythological themes with a modern interpretation of classical subject matter with a focus on the human female form.… Read the rest

The Veil of Veronica by Domenico Fetti
The Veil of Veronica by Domenico Fetti

The Veil of Veronica

The Veil of Veronica Circa 1618-1622 by Italian Painter Domenico Fetti (1589 – 1623), an Italian Baroque painter active mainly in Rome, Mantua and Venice.

This portrait of Christ is a most compelling painting that depicts the face of Christ as it was transferred to the kerchief that a women gave to Christ to wipe his brow, as he was on his way to be crucified before his mother mary.… Read the rest

The Human Soul by Luis Ricardo Falero
The Human Soul by Luis Ricardo Falero

The Human Soul

The Human Soul c1894 by Spanish Painter Luis Ricardo Falero (1851 – 1896); specialized in female nudes with an emphasis on mythological, oriental and fantasy themes, which he skillfully combined with his interest in Astronomy, incorporating celestial constellations into many of his artistic creations..… Read the rest

The Daughter of Herodias Salome Receiving the Head of John the Baptist by Engraver Thomas Holloway
The Daughter of Herodias Salome Receiving the Head of John the Baptist by Engraver Thomas Holloway

The Daughter of Herodias Salome Receiving the Head of John the Baptist

The Daughter of Herodias; Salome Receiving the Head of John the Baptist, Matthew 14:10-11 c1798 by British Engraver Thomas Holloway (1748 – 1827), from a painting by Swiss Painter Henry Fuseli (741 – 1825); known for specializing in creating artwork that delved into the supernatural; who was also an accomplished Draughtsman, Writer and holder of the position of Professor of Painting and Keeper at the Royal Academy.… Read the rest

The Baptism of Vajk by Gyula Benczúr
The Baptism of Vajk by Gyula Benczúr

The Baptism of Vajk c1875 by Hungarian Painter Gyula Benczúr (1844 – 1920), who specialized in portraits and historical scenes.

This painting portrays Vajk known as Stephen I or King Saint Stephen (975 – 1038 of Hungary) being baptized in the Christian Faith; being the first in his family to become a devout Christian.… Read the rest

Samson At The Philistines by Carl Heinrich Bloch
Samson At The Philistines by Carl Heinrich Bloch

Samson At The Philistines

Samson At The Philistines (Samson Hos Filistrene) c1863 by Danish Painter Carl Heinrich Bloch (1834 – 1890); was influenced by the works of Rembrandt, and was considered to be one of Denmarks most outstanding artist, with one of his most remembered works being a series of 23 paintings on the life of Christ commissioned for the King’s Chapel at Frederiksborg Palace.… Read the rest

Mater Dolorosa Engraving After A Painting by Carlo Dolci
Mater Dolorosa Engraving After A Painting by Carlo Dolci

Mater Dolorosa

Mater Dolorosa Engraving After A Painting by Italian Painter Carlo Dolci (1616 – 1686); was a painter of the Baroque period and was known for his highly finished religious artwork.

This is a Classical Art Portrait Engraving of the Virgin Mary as Our Lady of Sorrows (or of the Seven Sorrows); also known as Our Lady of Dolours

Mater Dolorosa is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.… Read the rest