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Pietà
Mixed method on pine panel. 1465 - 1470
Gallego, Fernando
Pietà
Mixed method on pine panel. 1465 - 1470
Gallego, Fernando

By all indications, this panel at the Museo del Prado with the signature FERNA[N]DO GALLEG[U]S is the earliest surviving work by that painter from Salamanca. While some scholars think he must have made it around 1480, the donor’s fashionable clothing, short hair and high cap suggest that the artist must not have painted this panel any later than 1470, and it very likely dates from a few years earl

Pilate washing his Hands
Tempera grassa on pine panel. 1540 - 1545
Correa de Vivar, Juan
Pilate washing his Hands
Tempera grassa on pine panel. 1540 - 1545
Correa de Vivar, Juan

Among the commissions that Correa made for the former monastery of the Bernardine fathers at Santa María la Real de Valdeiglesias are a group of three panels with scenes from the Passion of Christ. Their representations in circular compositions and many stylistic similarities indicate that they belonged to the same set. These three panels depict three successive stories: Pilate washing his

Diptych with 42 Monumental Views of Spanish Cities
Oil on paper, panel, tin plate. 1835 - 1839
Pérez Villaamil y Duguet, Genaro
Diptych with 42 Monumental Views of Spanish Cities
Oil on paper, panel, tin plate. 1835 - 1839
Pérez Villaamil y Duguet, Genaro

Genaro Pérez Villaamil (El Ferrol, 1807-Madrid, 1854) can be considered the most significant and influential Spanish Romantic landscape painter and an artist who had an intense interest, characteristic of that period, in depictions of cities and their monuments.The small size of the tin plates on which theses scenes are painted allowed Villaamil to work from the motif, as he generally did w

The Resurrection of Christ
Tempera on pine panel. Second third of the XVI century
Correa de Vivar, Juan
The Resurrection of Christ
Tempera on pine panel. Second third of the XVI century
Correa de Vivar, Juan

Christ returned to life, triumphant alongside the sarcophagus that held his body for three days after his death on Golgotha, was a frequent subject in Correa´s work. The retable for the convent of the Poor Clares in Griñon (Madrid), dated around 1532-1534, shaped its essential compositional structure, with Christ at the center over a stone staircase bearing the sarcophagus and flanked by so

Scenes from The Story of Nastagio degli Onesti
Mixed method on panel. 1483
Botticelli, Sandro
Scenes from The Story of Nastagio degli Onesti
Mixed method on panel. 1483
Botticelli, Sandro

These panels (P02838, P02839, P02840), along with a fourth one in a private collection, illustrate the Story of Nastagio degli Onesti, the eighth novel of the fifth day of Boccaccio´s Decameron. This is the story of Nastagio, a young man from Ravenna who was rejected by the daughter of Paolo Traversari and abandoned the city to settle on its outskirts. This first panel shows Nastagio taking leave

The Agony in the Garden
Oil on pine panel. 1514 - 1519
Flandes, Juan de
The Agony in the Garden
Oil on pine panel. 1514 - 1519
Flandes, Juan de

In keeping with the Gospel according to Saint Luke (22: 39-46), Christ, far from the disciples, kneels down with his hands separated and prays to the Father to take away the cup of suffering he must drink, represented by the chalice on the rock. The three apostles who accompany him, Peter, John and James, are asleep. The painting comes from the main altar piece of the church of San Lázaro i

The Ascension
Oil on pine panel. 1514 - 1519
Flandes, Juan de
The Ascension
Oil on pine panel. 1514 - 1519
Flandes, Juan de

Hidden by a cloud, Christ ascends to heaven, watched by Mary and the apostles, amongst whom James is placed in a prominent position. He appears with a staff and a pilgrim’s hat. The upper part of Christ’s body is concealed, in order to focus attention on his footprints at the summit of the Mount of Olives. This and three other panels by Juan de Flandes (P02935, P02936, P02938) belonged to the main

Pentecost
Oil on pine panel. 1514 - 1519
Flandes, Juan de
Pentecost
Oil on pine panel. 1514 - 1519
Flandes, Juan de

According to the Acts of the Apostles (2: 1-41), the Virgin and the apostles were gathered in the Upper Room when the Holy Spirit descended on them in the form of tongues of fire. The Holy Spirit is symbolized by the dove which flies over Mary, surrounded by a large circular halo. This and three other panels by Juan de Flandes (P02935, P02936, P02937) belonged to the main altarpiece at the Church

The Flight into Egypt
Oil on pine panel. Ca. 1570
el Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos)
The Flight into Egypt
Oil on pine panel. Ca. 1570
el Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos)

This small panel -it is practically a miniature- is truly exceptional among El Greco’s works. In it, he employs landscape as an essential compositional element while simultaneously demonstrating his mastery of the techniques and expressive resources of 16th-century Venetian painting. The Holy Family is depicted on its journey to Egypt, fleeing the persecution of Herod, who decreed the execution of

Christ between the Virgin and Saint John
Oil on pine panel. 1475 - 1480
Cruz, Diego de la
Christ between the Virgin and Saint John
Oil on pine panel. 1475 - 1480
Cruz, Diego de la

Christ as the Man of Sorrows is depicted with the wounds of his Passion, resurrected and seated on his tomb. This was a widely disseminated image in northern and central Europe at this period, intended for private meditation on Christ’s suffering. The artist, who was Flemish in origin, worked in Burgos throughout his career.

Altarpiece of Archbishop Sancho de Rojas
Tempera on pine panel. 1415 - 1420
Rodríguez de Toledo, Juan
Altarpiece of Archbishop Sancho de Rojas
Tempera on pine panel. 1415 - 1420
Rodríguez de Toledo, Juan

This is a large gothic altarpiece. Its central panel depicts the Virgin with Child, and behind them, four angels hold the brocade backdrop while four others play musical instruments. Saint Benedict and Saint Bernard, both of the Bendictine order, stand protecting Archbishop Sancho de Rojas —on whom the Virgin is placing the miter— and King Fernando I of Aragon, who is being crowned by the Christ c

The Raising of Lazarus
Oil on pine panel. 1514 - 1519
Flandes, Juan de
The Raising of Lazarus
Oil on pine panel. 1514 - 1519
Flandes, Juan de

In keeping with the style of his final years in Palencia, this Flemish painter increases the size of the three main figures- Christ blesses Lazurus, who rises from the tomb. His hand rests on the top of the coffin and his eyes have transformed into black pearls. One of his sisters —Martha, according to the Gospel of Saint John (11, 38-44)— kneels and extends her arms to him. The event takes place

Ecce Homo
Oil on pine panel. Ca. 1570
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)
Ecce Homo
Oil on pine panel. Ca. 1570
Juanes, Juan de (Vicente Juan Masip)

This direct, frontal depiction of Christ wearing the crown of thorns, his hands tied and holding a reed sceptre, was one of Juanes’s most succesful compositions. The meticulous rendering is reminiscent of Netherlandish painting. The strongly-lit figure stands out against a dark background, enhancing the viewer’s concentration on the emotional pathos of the image.

The Crucifixion
Mixed method on pine panel. Ca. 1490
Master Of Ávila (Attributed To)
The Crucifixion
Mixed method on pine panel. Ca. 1490
Master Of Ávila (Attributed To)

The painting shows the dead Christ on Calvary; Mary and Saint John -holding the book identifying him as an Apostle and Evangelist- kneel at the foot of the cross, displaying their grief through different expressions. The use of simplified volumes -even in the landscape- and the forceful, sculptural rendering of the folds of drapery are characteristic of this painter.

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