Богородица и Младенец со св. Екатериной Александрийской {1866}
Virgin and Child with St Catherine of Alexandria
Van Dyck was in Italy, where he absorbed the work of the Italian painters as Rubens had done two decades before him. Van Dyck was chiefly concerned with the lesson of North Italian painters, above all Titian, whose example helped form the poetic and elegant style of the religious pictures, mythologies, and portraits he painted later in Antwerp and in England. This painting was probably executed in Antwerp shortly after his return from Italy, and reveals his study of Titian and also of Correggio and Parmigianino. A Virgin and Child with St Catherine by Van Dyck was sent to Charles I of England as a New Year's gift in 1632 and another was sent to Holland at the same time. It has been suggested that the present picture was one of these two paintings.
Завещала Тимкен Л.С., 1959.
Bequest of Lillian S. Timken.
Дейк А. ван
Anthony van Dyck
Нью-Йорк: Метрополитен (1959 )
New York: MMA
Х., м.
Oil on canvas.
940х1121 - с добавленными полосами (with added strips).
№ 60.71.5 (420/1673).
предмет с изображением:
файл ep60715
Virgin museum
Peter museum
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