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Simone Martini ~ St. Margaret (detail), 1318 (fresco)

Santa Chiara, companion of Francis, founder of the Order of the Poor Clares. [Detail depicting Saint Clare from a fresco by Simone Martini in the Lower basilica of San Francesco, Assisi]

Five Saints detail of St Clare | Simone Martini | oil painting  #religious art

Five Saints detail of St Clare Painting | Simone Martini | Oil Painting Reproduction

Five Saints detail of St Clare painting Simone Martini

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The Annunciation, detail, Simone Martini Lippo Memmi, around 1333

Simone Martini (1285 -1344) - Maestà (Madonna with Angels and Saints), detail - 1315. Fresco. Palazzo Pubblico, San Gimignano.

Simone Martini Maestà (Madonna with Angels and Saints, detail), fresco, Palazzo Pubblico, San Gimignano.

Simone Martini - Michele Arcangelo (Polittico di Cambridge) - 1318-1319 - Fitzwilliam Museum di Cambridge.

1284 – 1344 Simone Martini, Polyptych (detail), Tempera on wood, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

❤ - SIMONE MARTINI (1285 -1344) - Saint Clare and Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, detail -1317. Fresco, 215 x 185 cm. Cappella di San Martino, Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi.

❤ - SIMONE MARTINI (1285 -1344) - Saint Clare and Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, detail -1317. Fresco, 215 x 185 cm. Cappella di San Martino, Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi.

Simone-Martini

Facsimile of Simone Martini's St. Catherine of Alexandria (portion), Kathryn Finter, 1993 gold leaf, opaque and semi-opaque watercolour paint on goat skin parchment.

Simone Martini ca. 1284 – 1344     Andrew     tempera on panel (57 × 38 cm) — c. 1326 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York     Simone Martini biography     This work is linked to Matthew 4:18

Saint Andrew Simone Martini (Italian, Siena, active by 1344 Avignon) Date: probably ca. 1326 Medium: Tempera on wood, gold ground Dimensions: 22 x 14 in.

Viktor Vasnetsov (1848-1926): Madre de Dios.

This Russian Icon is by Viktor Vasnetsov. It’s called The Mother of God with the Infant Christ and it’s found in the apse of the Cathedral of St. Found in the wonderful book Russian Design and the Fine Arts, by Evgenia Kirichenko.

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