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~ Por qué el artista se pinta a sí mismo como un monstruo derrotado  y decapitado por el enviado de Dios? ~

~ Por qué el artista se pinta a sí mismo como un monstruo derrotado y decapitado por el enviado de Dios? ~

Artemisia Gentileschi 1593-1652 | Italian Baroque Era painter www.transitionresearchfoundation.com

Artemisia Gentileschi ~ Baroque Era painter

Artemisia Gentileschi 1593-1652 | Italian Baroque Era painter www.transitionresearchfoundation.com

David Presents the Head of Goliath to King Saul by Rembrandt van Rijn  #rembrandt #paintings #art

David Presents the Head of Goliath to King Saul by Rembrandt van Rijn #rembrandt #paintings #art

Buyenlarge 'David with Goliath Before Saul' by Rembrandt Van Rijn Painting Print Size: 36" H x 24" W

Buyenlarge 'David with Goliath Before Saul' by Rembrandt Van Rijn Painting Print Size: 36" H x 24" W

david presenta la cabeza de goliat al rey saul. rembrandt

david presenta la cabeza de goliat al rey saul. rembrandt

CARAVAGGIO (1571-1610) 'David with the Head of Goliath', 1610 (oil on canvas)

CARAVAGGIO (1571-1610) 'David with the Head of Goliath', 1610 (oil on canvas)

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn 029 - Goliath - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn 029 - Goliath - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn  David Offering the Head of Goliath to King Saul 1627

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn David Offering the Head of Goliath to King Saul 1627

GELDER, Aert de Dutch Baroque Era (1645-1727)_Ahimelech Giving the Sword of Goliath to David about 1680s [Aert de Gelder, a pupil of Rembrandt, remained faithful to his master. In this painting the artist depicted a rather unknown biblical story (I Samuel 21). David, poor and alone, was fleeing from King Saul. He took refuge with the priest Ahimelech, whom he asked for bread and a sword with which to defend himself. The priest gave David the sword of Goliath.]

GELDER, Aert de Dutch Baroque Era (1645-1727)_Ahimelech Giving the Sword of Goliath to David about 1680s [Aert de Gelder, a pupil of Rembrandt, remained faithful to his master. In this painting the artist depicted a rather unknown biblical story (I Samuel 21). David, poor and alone, was fleeing from King Saul. He took refuge with the priest Ahimelech, whom he asked for bread and a sword with which to defend himself. The priest gave David the sword of Goliath.]

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