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Christ among the Doctors
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1725
Panini, Giovanni Paolo
Christ among the Doctors
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1725
Panini, Giovanni Paolo

Esta escena bíblica, perteneciente al Nuevo Testamento, refleja una anécdota de la juventud de Cristo, cuando estuvo disputando por cuestiones religiosas con los doctores judíos de la ley Mosaica, en [+]

Christ casting the Money Changers out of the Temple
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1725
Panini, Giovanni Paolo
Christ casting the Money Changers out of the Temple
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1725
Panini, Giovanni Paolo

Panini depicts the New Testament episode of Christ expelling the traders and money-changers from the Temple. The canvas may be a preliminary sketch for a larger composition. It was acquired by Charles [+]

Ruins with the Pyramid of Gaius Cestius
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1730
Panini, Giovanni Paolo
Ruins with the Pyramid of Gaius Cestius
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1730
Panini, Giovanni Paolo

This “architectural capriccio”, a popular genre in the eighteenth century due to its evocative combination of reality and fantasy, depicts an imaginary landscape with the Pyramid of Gaius Cestius in R [+]

Ruins with Saint Paul preaching
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1735
Panini, Giovanni Paolo
Ruins with Saint Paul preaching
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1735
Panini, Giovanni Paolo

This canvas forms a pair with that of Ruins with a Woman preaching. It depicts the Apostle Paul preaching, standing between the portico of a ruined temple and the temple of Vesta with the pyramid of G [+]

Ruins with a Woman preaching (a Sibyl?)
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1735
Panini, Giovanni Paolo
Ruins with a Woman preaching (a Sibyl?)
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1735
Panini, Giovanni Paolo

The principal focus of this canvas and its pair, Ruins with Saint Paul preaching, is the splendour of Roman ruins and the evocation of the classical tradition. Within a setting of archaeological remai [+]

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