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Carlo Maratta
The Annunciation
1625 – 1713
Museum Purchase
1982/2.44
Mary holding on to her chest, gazing up towards the heavens.
Bartolomé Estebán Murillo (Spanish (culture or style))
The Virgin, from The Immaculate Conception
1617 – 1871
Presented by the Class of 1866
1871.1

Jacques Beauvarlet
The Youth of the Virgin (or, The Seamstresses) (Les couseuses)
18th century
Museum Purchase
1948/1.28
Madonna in red, looking down at a nude baby.
Pagani
Madonna and Child
1868
Bequest of Henry C. Lewis
1988/1.145

Albrecht Dürer
The Annunciation, from the Life of the Virgin
1498 – 1508
Gift of the Friends of the Museum of Art in memory of Helen B. Hall, Curator Emeritus
1992/1.125

Guido Reni
The Infant Christ with St. John the Baptist
1575 – 1642
Museum Purchase
1960/2.47

Simone Cantarini
Madonna and Child
1612 – 1648
Museum Purchase
1965/1.159

Giovanni Batttista Tiepolo
Adoration of the Magi
1740 – 1750
Museum Purchase
1960/2.50

Hieronymous Cock
Landscapes with Biblical and Mythological Scenes: The Flight into Egypt, NO. 4 o
1553 – 1563
Gift of Jean Paul Slusser
1960/1.171

Hans Baldung Grien
Madonna and Child on a Grassy Bench
1505 – 1507
Gift of Jean Paul Slusser
1961/2.45

Hendrick Goltzius
Pietà (The Lamentation of the Virgin)
1596
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
1994/2.1
A remake of the traditional Golgotha crucifixion scene. On the right is a horribly distended figure, hanging precariously from a cross that leans out toward the viewer. He represents the left thief, or, the bad thief. He looks out toward the viewer. At the bottom center is a hooded Mary figure, her face shielded from view. At the far left, another cross contains the regular, "sleeping" form of another crucified man, but without the distention of the first. On the ground between the two is the empty cross of Christ, marked by the INRI signed nailed into its top. Along the center of the image, in the background, a file of viewers move from right to left, one of whom carries a ladder. Clouds can be seen in the sky.
Alfred Kubin (Austrian)
The Left Thief (Der linke Schächer), preparatory drawing for "Golgotha" illustration in 20 Pictures of the Bible (20 Bilder zur Bibel), 1924
1924
Gift of the Ernst Pulgram and Frances McSparran Collection
2007/2.100
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