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Ingresso a Gerusalemme, 1303-1305, Cappella degli Scrovegni, Padova / Giotto di Bondone (Vespignano, 1267 circa – Firenze, 1337)

Scenes from the Life of Jesus Christ: Entry into Jerusalem / Entrada a Jerusalén // // Giotto di Bondone // Fresco / Cappella Scrovegni (Arena Chapel), Padua // Palm Sunday / Domingo de Ramos

Giotto di Bondone - The vision of the (empty) thrones (1298) by petrus.agricola, via Flickr

Assisi, Basilica San Francesco - Giotto di Bondone The vision of the (empty) thrones Mural, 270 x 230 cm

Giotto: No. 26 Scenes from the Life of Christ: 10. Entry into Jerusalem 1304-06 Fresco, 200 x 185 cm Cappella Scrovegni (Arena Chapel), Padua

This version, of the triumphal entry into Jerusalem, is by Giotto di Bondone. It is the image of a fresco, created between from Scenes from the Life of Christ at the Arena Chapel (Cappella Scrovegni) in Padua, Italy.

Giotto di Bondone (Italian artist, 1267-1337).Избиение младенцев. Джотто ди Бондоне  Фрески капеллы дель Арена (или капеллы дельи Скровеньи) в Падуе (1304-1306)

Giotto di Bondone (Italian artist, 1267-1337).Избиение младенцев. Джотто ди Бондоне Фрески капеллы дель Арена (или капеллы дельи Скровеньи) в Падуе (1304-1306)

Christ's Entry into Jerusalem / Entrada de Cristo a Jerusalén // 1140-1170 // Mosaic / Sanctuary, south wall (detail) / Cappella Palatina, Palermo // #Jesus

“For Christ's Entry into Jerusalem (unknown Italian mosaic artist), Cappella Palatina, Palermo.

Giotto - Scrovegni - -08- - Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple - Giotto - Wikipedia

Giotto - Scrovegni - - Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple - Giotto - Wikipedia

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The Road to Calvary by @artistdibondone #protorenaissance

34 Scenes from the Life of Christ: Road to Calvary Fresco, 200 x 185 cm Cappella Scrovegni (Arena Chapel), Padua

from aleteia article: "Mary Magdalene, however, solid and scarlet amid the ethereal figures, holds center stage, bringing our heavy, hungry humanity to the feet of the Resurrected Christ."

The Resurrection (Noli me tangere) , fresco by Giotto di Bondone