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Madonna and Child, c.1446-47 (tempera & gold on panel) Featured Fra Filippo Lippi Print

Madonna and Child, c.1446-47 (tempera & gold on panel)

2635026 Madonna and Child, c.1446-47 (tempera & gold on panel) by Lippi, Fra Filippo (c.1406-69); 115.7x73.4 cm; Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA; (add.info.: This tender devotional image of the Madonna and Child before a golden curtain still has its original frame, the classical shapes of which demonstrate the Renaissance fascination with antiquity. The frame looks like an architectural opening that has cut off the top of the Virgin's halo. Inscribed along its base in Latin are the words spoken to Mary by the archangel Gabriel, which were also a popular prayer: "Hail Mary full of grace. The Lord is with thee." The star on the Virgin's blue robe alludes to her epithet of Stella maris, the Star of the Sea. Filippo Lippi, a Carmelite friar, was one of the leading painters of 15th-century Florence. He was famous for his innovative naturalism and had many pupils, the most important of whom was Sandro Botticelli (1444/45-1510). For more information on this painting, please see Zeri catalogue number 44, pp. 73-74.); Italian, out of copyright

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The Annunciation, detail of the Angel Gabriel (oil on panel) (detail of 244961) Featured Fra Filippo Lippi Print

The Annunciation, detail of the Angel Gabriel (oil on panel) (detail of 244961)

XIR244962 The Annunciation, detail of the Angel Gabriel (oil on panel) (detail of 244961) by Lippi, Fra Filippo (c.1406-69); Alte Pinakothek, Munich, Germany; (add.info.: The Annunciation; L'Annonciation; formerly in a convent in Florence and then in the royal collection of Bavaria; painted on poplar wood;); Italian, out of copyright

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