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Study for the Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple

Accession Number
1985/1.126

Title
Study for the Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple

Artist(s)
Paul-Louis Delance

Object Creation Date
1895-1896

Medium & Support
oil on canvas

Dimensions
24 in. x 18 1/16 in. ( 60.9 cm x 45.9 cm )

Credit Line
Gift of J. Patrice Marandel in memory of John Maxon

Label copy
The study for the Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple is part of a mural cycle decorating the neo-Gothic church of Notre-Dame d'Oloron in southwestern France. The cycle, "The Mysteries of the Rosarie" were installed in 1895-1896. The cycle includes: St. John the Baptist; the Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple; the Death of St. Joseph; the Betrothal of the Virgin; Saint Anne; Saint Joachim; the Presentation of Jesus in the Temple; Saint Catherine; Saint Dominic; the Resurrection; the Temptation in the Garden; the Holy Family.

Primary Object Classification
Painting

Collection Area
Western

Rights
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Keywords
Angel
Figures
Mary
Themes (Religious)
study
temples (buildings)
virgin

3 Related Resources

Christian New Testament
(Part of 3 Learning Collections)
Monuments and Memorials
(Part of 4 Learning Collections)

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