Belshazzar’s Feast c1826 by British Painter John Martin (1789 – 1854); a romantic painter, illustrator and engraver of religious and fantastic compositions.
This remastered image is a hand colored mixed media intaglio courtesy of the National Gallery of Art in Washington.… Read the rest
Aanbidding der Koningen
Aanbidding der Koningen (Worship of the Kings) c1620 by Flemish Engraver Lucas Vorsterman I (1595 – 1675); after a painting by Flemish Painter Peter Paul Rubens (1577 – 1640)
This is a beautiful eye catching and powerful scene of the … Read the rest
Madonna Mit Dem Jesusknaben
Madonna Mit Dem Jesusknaben (Madonna With The Baby Jesus) c1916 by Hans Zatzka (1859 – 1945); also known as P. Ronsard, Pierre de Ronsard, or H. Zabateri and he signed many of his works as Joseph Bernard, J. Bernard, … Read the rest
La Lumière du Monde
La Lumière du Monde (The Light of the World) c1750 by French Painter François Boucher (1703 – 1770), who was also an accomplished draughtsman and etcher. He worked in the Rococo Style and is known for his idyllic classical … Read the rest
St John the Baptist
St John the Baptist c1630-50 by Dutch Painter Matthias Stom (1600 – sometime after 1652) a Dutch Golden Age Painter, considered as one of the masters of Utrecht Caravaggism (Baroque period artist influenced by the art of Michelangelo Merisi … Read the rest
The Penitent Magdalene
The Penitent Magdalene c1635 by Italian Painter Guido Reni (1575 – 1642); an Italian artist of the High Baroque Style, he primarily painted religious themes, as well as mythological and allegorical pieces.
Immaculate Conception of Soult
Immaculate Conception of Soult c1678 by Spanish Painter Bartolome Esteban Murillo (1617 – 1682); considered to be one of the leading painters of the Golden Age and also was the head of the Seville school
This painting shows … Read the rest