Name: Portrait of Emperor Charles V at Muhlberg  Painter: Titian  Date: 1548  Current Location: Museo del Prado Subject: Charles V  Dimensions: 132 in x 111 in  This painting of Charles V (oil on canvas) is a tribute to his victory in Muhlberg. The red tones in the painting symbol battle and victory. It was painted by Titian, an Italian Renaissance painter known for his mastery of colour.

Name: Portrait of Emperor Charles V at Muhlberg Painter: Titian Date: 1548 Current Location: Museo del Prado Subject: Charles V Dimensions: 132 in x 111 in This painting of Charles V (oil on canvas) is a tribute to his victory in Muhlberg. The red tones in the painting symbol battle and victory. It was painted by Titian, an Italian Renaissance painter known for his mastery of colour.

andrea solario, salome with the head of saint john the baptist.  love northern renaissance art. the colors and the flawless painting- amazing.

andrea solario, salome with the head of saint john the baptist. love northern renaissance art. the colors and the flawless painting- amazing.

1534 by Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola, who was an Italian Mannerist painter and printmaker active in Florence, Rome, Bologna, and his native city of Parma.

1534 by Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola, who was an Italian Mannerist painter and printmaker active in Florence, Rome, Bologna, and his native city of Parma.

Archangel Gabriel details in the Annunciation that Fra Angelico painted. The picture expresses the feeling of veneration to the Virgin and its lighting indicates he is a messenger of God.

Archangel Gabriel details in the Annunciation that Fra Angelico painted. The picture expresses the feeling of veneration to the Virgin and its lighting indicates he is a messenger of God.

Duke of Parma, c. 1561 by Sofonisba Anguissola (1532-1625), female Italian Renaissance painter

Duke of Parma, c. 1561 by Sofonisba Anguissola (1532-1625), female Italian Renaissance painter

TIZIANO Vecellio (b. 1490, Pieve di Cadore, d. 1576, Venezia)   Click!	 The Trinity in Glory  c. 1552-54 Oil on canvas, 346 x 240 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid  Emperor Charles V described the painting in a codicil to his will, in which he ordered that a high altar should be erected containing this painting, as the Last Judgment. It depicts Charles V and members of his family together with angels and biblical figures worshipping the Holy Trinity. Charles V, his wife Isabella of Portugal and…

TIZIANO Vecellio (b. 1490, Pieve di Cadore, d. 1576, Venezia) Click! The Trinity in Glory c. 1552-54 Oil on canvas, 346 x 240 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid Emperor Charles V described the painting in a codicil to his will, in which he ordered that a high altar should be erected containing this painting, as the Last Judgment. It depicts Charles V and members of his family together with angels and biblical figures worshipping the Holy Trinity. Charles V, his wife Isabella of Portugal and…

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