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Madonna of Humility Artist/Maker(s): Guariento di Arpo (Italian, active 1338 - 1367/1370)

Madonna of Humility Artist/Maker(s): Guariento di Arpo (Italian, active 1338 -

SANDRO BOTTICELLI ( 1445 - 1510) - Madonna and Child with Two Angels.

Museum of Metropolitan Art: Madonna and Child with Two Angels, Attributed to Botticelli. Woman wearing a cope with a camicia under only one overdress that has fullness coming from the neckline and belted at the waist.

Maria SS. di Montenero    A devotional image from the shrine of the Madonna of Montenero, the patron of Tuscany. The miraculous image is covered in ex votos.

Madonna tra collane ed ex-voto. A devotional image from the shrine of the Madonna of Montenero, the patron of Tuscany

Madonna and Child 1450 - Jacopo Bellini.  The Virgin wears a white veil, but with bright red trim, so I have included it here.

Madonna and Child 1450 - Jacopo Bellini. The Virgin wears a white veil, but with bright red trim, so I have included it here.

Matka Boża Kalwaryjska The miraculous image of Our Lady of Tears in the basilica of Our Lady of the Angels in Kalwaria, Poland. It is said that in 1641 a local man witnessed the imagine shedding tears of blood.

Matka Boża Kalwaryjska The miraculous image of Our Lady of Tears in the basilica of Our Lady of the Angels in Kalwaria, Poland. It is said that in 1641 a local man witnessed the imagine shedding tears of blood.

Painted in the 1280s, this head is a fragment of a large painting of the Madonna and Child (whose blessing hand and knee can be seen). The artist was a close follower of Cimabue, the principal painter in Florence before Giotto

Madonna and Child Master of the Magdalen (Italian, Florence, active Date: ca. 1280 Medium: Tempera on wood Accession Number:

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