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Andrea del Castagno - The Last Supper, Refectory, convent of Sant´Apollonia, Florence (1447)

Andrea del Castagno - The Last Supper, Refectory, convent of Sant´Apollonia, Florence

Sassetta

Saint Francis meets a Knight Poorer than Himself and Saint Francis's Vision of the Founding of the Franciscan Order by Sassetta.

Sassetta (Stefano di Giovanni), c.1392-1450, Italian, The Funeral of Saint Francis and Verification of the Stigmata (San Sepolcro Altarpiece), 1437-44. Egg tempera on poplar, 88.4 x 53.5 cm. National Gallery, London. Proto-Renaissance.

Sassetta The Funeral Of Saint Francis Oil Painting 20 X 33 Inch 51 X 84 Cm printed On Polyster Canvas this Vivid Art Decorative Canvas Prints Is Perfectly Suitalbe For Home Office Artwork And Home Artwork And Gifts

Nuns dining in silence while listening to a Bible reading. Note the use of hand gestures for communicating; The Life of Blessed Saint Humility by Pietro Lorenzetti, 1341.

Nuns dining in silence while listening to a Bible reading. Note the use of hand gestures for communicating; The Life of Blessed Saint Humility by Pietro Lorenzetti, 1341

The Ecstasy of St. Francis, Stefano di Giovanni (1392–1450) 1444

Sassetta’s The Ecstasy of St. Francis of Assisi ~ Stefano di Giovanni di Consolo known as il Sassetta was an Italian painter who is considered one of the most important representatives of Sienese Renaissance painting.

St. Francis and the Holy Land His love for the Holy Land created an 800-year tradition. 03.01.13 Our Sunday Visitor

Francis and the Holy Land His love for the Holy Land created an tradition. Our Sunday Visitor

Detail of the "Virgin and Child with Saints Catherine of Alexandria and Barbara" by Hans Memling (Netherlandish, active by 1465, died 1494), 1479.

Brugge Hans Memling 1465 - 1494 / Virgin and Child with Saints Catherine of Alexandria and Barbara", oil on wood.

Hans Holbein the Younger-Sent to Charles de Solier, Sieur de Morette, French in London

Hans The Younger Holbein Portrait of Charles de Solier Lord of Morette, , Gemaldegalerie, Dresden. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Portrait of Charles de Solier Lord of Morette by Hans The Younger Holbein.