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This is the top, center panel of the Ghent Altarpiece painted by Jan Van Eyck. The whole Ghent Altarpiece consists of 12 panels.

This is the top, center panel of the Ghent Altarpiece painted by Jan Van Eyck. The whole Ghent Altarpiece consists of 12 panels.

Camera Picta: Il Camerino di Diana by Parmigianino - Rocca Sanvitale, Fontanellato  http://www.fontanellato.org/cameraepictae.pdf

Camera Picta: Il Camerino di Diana by Parmigianino - Rocca Sanvitale, Fontanellato http://www.fontanellato.org/cameraepictae.pdf

Mary Magadalen  Sculpture in cedarwood by Donatello  in the Bargello Museum in Florence, Italy.  No words can describe this piece and no photo can do it justice.

Mary Magadalen Sculpture in cedarwood by Donatello in the Bargello Museum in Florence, Italy. No words can describe this piece and no photo can do it justice.

Mary Magdalene by Donatello. this statue is truly stunning. this changed everything i felt about Donatellos body of work in an instant. its lovely, activated, impressionistic, its way ahead of its time. simply marvelous.

Mary Magdalene by Donatello. this statue is truly stunning. this changed everything i felt about Donatellos body of work in an instant. its lovely, activated, impressionistic, its way ahead of its time. simply marvelous.

Artist             [show]Parmigianino (1503–1540)                                                                                                       Title     The Vision of St Jerome         Date     1527         Medium     oil on panel         Dimensions     Height: 343 cm (135 in). Width: 149 cm (58.7 in).

Artist [show]Parmigianino (1503–1540) Title The Vision of St Jerome Date 1527 Medium oil on panel Dimensions Height: 343 cm (135 in). Width: 149 cm (58.7 in).

DONATELLO: David, 1430s, Bronze, h.158 cm, Bargello Museum, Florence. David shows Donatello's elegant handling of Praxiteles's idea of form. Vasari: "In the courtyard ...stands a bronze statue of David, a nude figure, life-size; having cut off the head of Goliath, David is raising his foot and placing it on him, and he has a sword in his right hand. This figure is so natural in its vivacity and softness that artists find it hardly possible to believe it was not moulded on the living…

DONATELLO: David, 1430s, Bronze, h.158 cm, Bargello Museum, Florence. David shows Donatello's elegant handling of Praxiteles's idea of form. Vasari: "In the courtyard ...stands a bronze statue of David, a nude figure, life-size; having cut off the head of Goliath, David is raising his foot and placing it on him, and he has a sword in his right hand. This figure is so natural in its vivacity and softness that artists find it hardly possible to believe it was not moulded on the living…