Madonna with the Child on the throne, the four angels and the eight saints, or the Altar of St. Barnabas Central part: Madonna on the throne, four angels and saints
This long panel from the altar of San Marco depicts St. John, also called the Theologian, alone on the island of Patmos. The sea is surrounded by a green island;
Painting by artist Sandro Botticelli “History of Nastajo degli Onesti”, scene third “Dinner at Nastajo degli Onesti”, a series of four paintings to “Decameron” by Boccaccio. The size of the
Nastajo invited his friends and the Traversari family with their arrogant daughter to the place where he had witnessed the “torment of a cruel woman” The artist creates a beautiful
Sandro Botticelli – one of the greatest artists of Italy. Most people remember him as a representative of the Early Renaissance, famous for his bright canvases depicting young men and
To the plot on which this fresco was created, Botticelli turned first of the Renaissance artists. The events depicted here are described in the Old Testament book of Numbers and
One of the five panels written by Botticelli for the altar of the chapel in the monastery of San Marco. It is executed in a lively manner and depicts a
The painting “Athena Pallada and Centaur” or “Minerva and Centaur” was written for Giovanni Pierrefrancesco de ‘Medici and was in Villa Castello together with “Spring” and “The Birth of Venus”.
The artist depicted a mythological plot. Paris is a Trojan prince. Shortly before his birth, his mother, Hecuba, dreamed that she gave birth to a fire, and the prophets will
Could the great Botticelli of his greatest contemporary, the great poet, the creator of the Italian literary language and the author of the “Divine Comedy” Dante Alighieri, have been able
On the fresco, three episodes from the Gospel are depicted, opposite is the fresco “The Call of Moses” similarly to the work of Botticelli, a kind of parallel from the
The canvases, released from the brush of the great Italian painter of the Renaissance, Sandro Botticelli, rightfully occupy a place of honor in the world treasury of works of art.
In the presented picture Venus. the ancient goddess of love, is depicted in a half-lying position, with her right hand resting on the pillow. She looks attentively at the god
Botticelli’s drawings for Dante’s “Comedy” were probably commissioned by Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco Medici, the customer of “Spring” and “The Birth of Venus.” This creation of Botticelli remained in the unknown