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The holy myrrh-bearing women at the tomb of the risen Christ

Painting, XVII century, 75×89 cm

Description of the artwork «The holy myrrh-bearing women at the tomb of the risen Christ»

Reproduction of the painting "The Holy Myrrh-bearing Women at the Tomb of the Risen Christ" of the great Annibale Carracci (1600), painted in oil by the famous Soviet artist Ivan Tartinsky. Annibale Carracci, an Italian artist of the late Renaissance, and his painting “The Holy Myrrh-bearing Women at the Sepulcher of the Risen Christ” - the second name of this painting is “Three Marys”, which probably means Maria Magdalena, Maria Kleopova and “other” Maria (Maria Zevedeeva). The picture illustrates the episode with the myrrh-bearing wives described in all four Gospels (Mark 16: 1-8; Matthew 28: 1-6; Luke 24: 1-10 and John 19: 2-13) and in Holy Tradition : Women who came in the morning on the first day after Saturday to the Tomb of the risen Jesus Christ, with aromas and incense (peace) for the ritual slimming of the body, meet an angel who informs them of the resurrection of Christ. This reproduction will be a wonderful gift for true connoisseurs of the classical art school - it will fit beautifully into the interior of a chic country house or manor! (the picture goes without a baguette - a baguette is possible at the request of the customer)
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About the artwork

Art form: Painting

Subject and objects: Genre scene

Technique: Oil

Materials: Wood, Cardboard

Date of creation: XVII century

Size: 75×89 cm


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