The resurrection

size(cm): 45x40
Sale price£144 GBP


Andrea Di Bartolo's painting Resurrection is a masterpiece of the late Gothic style. The composition is very careful, with great attention to detail in each element. The central figure of the risen Christ is the main focus of the painting, surrounded by a detailed landscape and a multitude of figures in different poses and attitudes.

The colors used are rich and vibrant, with a palette dominated by shades of gold and red. The details in the figures' costumes and jewelry are particularly impressive, with a level of detail that shows the artist's skill in the painting technique.

The story behind the painting is interesting, as it was created in the 14th century for the church of San Domenico in Siena, Italy. The painting was part of a series of works depicting the life of Christ, and was designed to be viewed from a short distance, which explains the large amount of detail and complexity of the composition.

A little-known aspect of the painting is that it was restored in the 18th century, resulting in the loss of some original details. Nevertheless, the painting remains an impressive work and a showcase of Andrea Di Bartolo's skill in late Gothic art.

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