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1576-81,1583-87, Tintoretto (1519-1594)The Annunciation,(detail) oil on canvas, 542×440 cm,Scuola Grande di San Rocco,

1576-81,1583-87, Tintoretto (1519-1594)The Annunciation,(detail) oil on canvas, 542×440 cm,Scuola Grande di San Rocco,

1605.Jan Snellinck, Christ resurrected with St Peter and St Paul (1605, oil on panel). Side panels "The Annunciation (right) and Nativity, surrounded by angels with tools of torture (left)Museum van d eSt-Romboutskathedraal, Mechelen.

1605.Jan Snellinck, Christ resurrected with St Peter and St Paul (1605, oil on panel). Side panels "The Annunciation (right) and Nativity, surrounded by angels with tools of torture (left)Museum van d eSt-Romboutskathedraal, Mechelen.

Arthur Hacker ‘The Annunciation’, 1892

Arthur Hacker ‘The Annunciation’, 1892

1411-16.Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry - Folio 26r - The Annunciation - detail - characters.Musée Condé. Chantilly.

1411-16.Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry - Folio 26r - The Annunciation - detail - characters.Musée Condé. Chantilly.

Category:Gothic paintings of Annunciation – Wikimedia Commons

Category:Gothic paintings of Annunciation – Wikimedia Commons

Hendrick Goltzius | Annunciation | The Met

Hendrick Goltzius | Annunciation | The Met

Perugia Triptych: Angel of the Annunciation by Fra Angelico

Perugia Triptych: Angel of the Annunciation by Fra Angelico

Annunciation (1818). Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld (German, 1794-1872). Oil on canvas. Nationalgalerie, Berlin. This painting is one of a series of Marian subjects ordered from the Nazarenes by the canon of Dresden’s cathedral. Its Roman execution is attested to by St. Peter’s dome, rising in the background. Stiff, precise, with a loving re-creation of Albertian perspective, this archaising Annunciation merges Northern European and Italian 15th-century motifs in an ingratiating pastiche.

Annunciation (1818). Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld (German, 1794-1872). Oil on canvas. Nationalgalerie, Berlin. This painting is one of a series of Marian subjects ordered from the Nazarenes by the canon of Dresden’s cathedral. Its Roman execution is attested to by St. Peter’s dome, rising in the background. Stiff, precise, with a loving re-creation of Albertian perspective, this archaising Annunciation merges Northern European and Italian 15th-century motifs in an ingratiating pastiche.

Jan van Eyck 1390 – 1441    The Annunciation (Washington)  oil on panel (93 × 73 cm) — c. 1435  National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

Jan van Eyck 1390 – 1441 The Annunciation (Washington) oil on panel (93 × 73 cm) — c. 1435 National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

The Annunciation. Jan Willem Janssens (Flemish, 1590-1650)

The Annunciation. Jan Willem Janssens (Flemish, 1590-1650)

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