Name: Portrait of Emperor Charles V at Muhlberg Painter: Titian Date: 1548 Current Location: Museo del Prado Subject: Charles V Dimensions: 132 in x 111 in This painting of Charles V (oil on canvas) is a tribute to his victory in Muhlberg. The red tones in the painting symbol battle and victory. It was painted by Titian, an Italian Renaissance painter known for his mastery of colour.
Andrea Previtali (Italian, ca.1470-1528), Transfiguration, circa 1500-25, oil on panel, 148x138cm, Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan. Karen Armstrong, The Battle For God, Alfred A. Knopf, 2000. 8. Mobilization (1960-74), p.233 "Others found transcendence in drug-induced trips, transcendental meditation, or personal transformation in such techniques as the Erhard Seminars Training (est)." (hadiquatun ParDES tm)
NELLI, Plautilla (b. 1523, Firenze, d. 1588, Firenze) Click! Lamentation - Oil on panel, 288 x 192 cm Museo di San Marco, Florence This painting is the best known work of the artist. Originally it was on the altar of the church at the Florentine convent of Santa Caterina, where Nelli lived as a nun and served repeatedly as abbess. The composition derives from Fra Bartolomeo's Lamentation (1511-12), but she included two additional women next to the Virgin. All figures are highly…
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