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The Annunciation (c.early Gerard Seghers (Flemish, Oil on copper. This intimate version was almost certainly intended for private use. The naturalism of the figures and the use of...

A Maiden Holding a Book and Flowers (1901). Edward Reginald Frampton (English, 1872-1923). Oil on canvas.This picture is typical of the easel paintings Frampton produced on religious and symbolist themes. The subject is unclear, the attributes of book and flower being too generic to aid specific identification. Although both are found in depictions of the Annunciation, this picture appears too secular in tone to suggest that subject.

A Maiden Holding a Book and Flowers (1901). Edward Reginald Frampton (English, 1872-1923). Oil on canvas.This picture is typical of the easel paintings Frampton produced on religious and symbolist themes. The subject is unclear, the attributes of book and flower being too generic to aid specific identification. Although both are found in depictions of the Annunciation, this picture appears too secular in tone to suggest that subject.

stephanievenerande:  Annonciation. À La Liliale. Jan van Eyck 1434

stephanievenerande: Annonciation. À La Liliale. Jan van Eyck 1434

The Golden Bible: New Testament; Edited and arranged by Elsa Jane Werner; Illustrated by Alice and Martin Provensen. © 1953, Simon and Schuster.

The Golden Bible: New Testament; Edited and arranged by Elsa Jane Werner; Illustrated by Alice and Martin Provensen. © 1953, Simon and Schuster.

The Annunciation...by the Early Netherlandis master Jan van Eyck, c. National Gallery of Art, in Washington D.C.:

Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpiece), ca. 1427–1432 Workshop of Robert Campin

Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpiece), ca. 1427–1432 Workshop of Robert Campin

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