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The Baby Christ and Madonna Canvas is a wonderful digitally printed canvas that will wow every person that looks at your decor and is a fan of art history. The original painting is an oil on canvas creation by Titian created in 1508. This painting was originally an Italian Renaissance painting known as Madonna and Child.
Tiziano Vecelli or Vecellio, who is known as Titian in English, was a Venetian painter during the Renaissance. He was known for keeping the Virgin as the central focus. Everything else was captured as background noise. To have a replica of one of the most important painters of the 16th century in your decor is a great idea!
If you want to purchase a set of canvases to create a cohesive look, opt for Creation of Madonna and Christ Canvas! This set of two canvases will bring together your decor wonderfully! The second canvas of this gorgeous set is the replica of oil on board painting created by Raphael. It was created in 1505 and shows Madonna, Christ, and St. John in a meadow. Check out Christ, St. John, and Madonna Canvas!
The rebirth of European art, culture, politics, and economics happened during the famous Renaissance period. It is said that the period occurred between the 14th and 17th centuries and promoted the rediscovery of classical philosophy, literature, and art. The art form was based on intellectual discipline.
The few characteristics that one can use to identify Renaissance are by looking for fresco cycles, the composition of figures, creation of altarpieces, use of light and shadow, creating with a linear perspective, and realism. Renaissance changed the world of art, architecture, music, and literature as we know it today.
Note: The color of the actual product may slightly vary from the images shown as the images are shot in different lighting.
The Gift Box that the Artment sends consists of Baby Christ and Madonna Canvas and the Creation of Madonna and Christ Canvas with a triple layering of bubble wrap and safely packed in a box.
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