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Here are all the paintings of Antonello da Messina 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
94654 Annunciation Antonello da Messina Annunciation 1474 Type Oil on panel Dimensions 180 cm x 180 cm (71 in x 71 in) cyf
38440 Antonello there measuring, madonna Annunziata Antonello da Messina Antonello there measuring, madonna Annunziata mk137 ca. 1475 oils on wood chalkboard 45x34.5cm Galleria Nazionale della Sicilla, Palermo
53706 Bebadelsen Antonello da Messina Bebadelsen mk34 about 1465 45x34cm
4819 Christ at the Column (detail) Antonello da Messina Christ at the Column (detail) c. 1475-1479 Oil on wood, 25,8 x 21 cm Mus??e du Louvre, Paris
84319 Christ Blessing Antonello da Messina Christ Blessing 1465(1465) Medium Oil on wood Dimensions 38.7 x 29.8 cm cyf
42904 Christ Crucified Antonello da Messina Christ Crucified mk170 Dated 1475 Oil on wood
55959 Condottiero Antonello da Messina Condottiero mk247 1475,oil on wood,14x12 in,36x30.5 cm,louvre,paris,france
4822 Crucifixion  dfgd Antonello da Messina Crucifixion dfgd 1475 Oil on panel 52.5 x 42.5 cm Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp
4821 Crucifixion 111 Antonello da Messina Crucifixion 111 1475 Wood, 42 x 25,5 cm National Gallery, London
87887 Ecce Homo Antonello da Messina Ecce Homo Date 1474(1474) Medium Oil on wood Dimensions Deutsch: 39,7 x 32,7 cm cjr
94655 Ecce Homo Antonello da Messina Ecce Homo 1475 Type Oil on panel Dimensions 48.5 cm x 38 cm (19.1 in x 15 in) cyf
39584 Madonna with SS Nicholas of Bari,Anastasia Antonello da Messina Madonna with SS Nicholas of Bari,Anastasia mk150 1475/6 115/56x133.6cm
87926 Maria der Verkundigung Antonello da Messina Maria der Verkundigung 1475(1475) Medium Oil on wood cjr
98161 Maria der Verkundigung Antonello da Messina Maria der Verkundigung 1473(1473) Medium oil on panel Dimensions 43 x 32 cm cyf
42921 Portrai of a Man Antonello da Messina Portrai of a Man mk170 circa 1475 Oil on poplar 35.6x25.4cm
31306 Portrait of a Man Antonello da Messina Portrait of a Man nn07 c.1475 36x25cm
40237 Portrait of a Man Antonello da Messina Portrait of a Man mk156 1475 Oil on panel 36x30cm
63537 Portrait of a Man Antonello da Messina Portrait of a Man 1474 Oil on wood, 32 x 26 cm Staatliche Museen, Berlin The painting is one of the portraits which were famed for their realism. Due to his knowledge of Flemish pictures, the painter had made a decisive contribution to the spreading and perfection in Italy of what was at that time the new medium of oil painting, and normally depicted figures in three quarter life-size as statue-like half-length portraits in front of a barrier. As in this portrait, the face is particularly emphasized by the dark background and simple headgear, with the eyes directed straight at the observer.Artist:ANTONELLO da Messina Title: Portrait of a Man Painted in 1451-1500 , Italian - - painting : portrait
79671 Portrait of a Man Antonello da Messina Portrait of a Man 1473(1473) Medium Oil on panel cyf
79859 Portrait of a Man Antonello da Messina Portrait of a Man c.1465-70 Oil on panel cjr
84830 Portrait of a Man Antonello da Messina Portrait of a Man 1470(1470) Medium Oil on wood Dimensions 27 x 20.6 cm (10.6 x 8.1 in) cyf
4826 Portrait of a Man  jj Antonello da Messina Portrait of a Man jj c. 1475 Oil on panel, 36 x 25 cm National Gallery, London
4825 Portrait of a Man  kjjjkj Antonello da Messina Portrait of a Man kjjjkj c. 1475 Oil on wood Galleria Borghese, Rome
4820 Portrait of a Man (Il Condottiere) Antonello da Messina Portrait of a Man (Il Condottiere) 1475 Oil on wood, 35 x 38 cm Mus??e du Louvre, Paris
20075 Portrait of a Man (mk05) Antonello da Messina Portrait of a Man (mk05) 1475 Wood 14 1/4 x 12''(36 x 30 cm)Entered the Louvre in 1865
4824 Portrait of a Man hh Antonello da Messina Portrait of a Man hh 1474 Oil on wood, 32 x 26 cm Staatliche Museen, Berlin
2881 Portrait of a Young Man Antonello da Messina Portrait of a Young Man 1465 National Gallery, London
79932 Portrat eines Mannes Antonello da Messina Portrat eines Mannes 1474 - 1475 Medium Oil on panel Dimensions Deutsch: 30 x 24 cm cyf
93474 Portrat eines Mannes Antonello da Messina Portrat eines Mannes 1474 - 1475 Porträt eines Mannes Medium oil on panel Dimensions Deutsch: 30 x 24 cm cjr
38473 Portrat of a man Antonello da Messina Portrat of a man mk137 1475 oils on wood chalkboard 36x30cm muse you Louvre, Paris
53707 Portratt of young man Antonello da Messina Portratt of young man mk234 aout 1465 35x25cm
55958 Prtrait of a Man Antonello da Messina Prtrait of a Man mk247 c.1475,oil on poplar,14x10 in,36x25.5 cm,national gallery,london,uk
33414 Sacra Conversazione Antonello da Messina Sacra Conversazione mk86 1475/76 Tempera on wood Saints Nicholas and Anastasia 56x35cm Virgin and Child 115x63cm
21240 Sacra Conversazione (mk08) Antonello da Messina Sacra Conversazione (mk08) Tempera on wood.Saints Dominic and Ursula 57x36cm Vienna ,Kunsthistorisches Museum
3266 Saint Jerome in his Study Antonello da Messina Saint Jerome in his Study c1475-76 National Gallery, London
42923 Saint Jerome in His Study Antonello da Messina Saint Jerome in His Study mk170 circa 1475 Oi lon lime 45.7x36.2cm
23249 Saint Jerome in his Study (nn03) Antonello da Messina Saint Jerome in his Study (nn03) c 1475-6 Oil on panel h46 x w36.5 cm h18 x w14 1/4in National Gallery,London
90598 Salvator mundi Antonello da Messina Salvator mundi 1465(1465) Medium oil on panel cyf
86646 Salvator mundi, Detail Antonello da Messina Salvator mundi, Detail Date 1465(1465) Medium Oil on wood cjr
4818 San Cassiano Altar Antonello da Messina San Cassiano Altar 1475-76 Oil on panel Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
40240 San Cassiano Altar Antonello da Messina San Cassiano Altar mk156 1475-1476 Oil on panel 115x65cm
2878 San Cassiano Altarpiece Antonello da Messina San Cassiano Altarpiece 1475-76 Art History Museum, Vienna
4828 St Jerome in his Study Antonello da Messina St Jerome in his Study c. 1460 Wood, 46 x 36,5 cm National Gallery, London
33411 St Jerome in His Study Antonello da Messina St Jerome in His Study mk86 c.1456 Tempera on wood 46x36cm London,National Gallery
84580 St Jerome in his Study Antonello da Messina St Jerome in his Study Date ca. 1460(1460) Medium Oil on wood Dimensions Height: 46 cm (18.1 in). Width: 36 cm (14.2 in). cjr
88443 St Jerome in his Study Antonello da Messina St Jerome in his Study 1460(1460) Medium Oil on wood cyf
21237 St Jerome in His Study (mk08) Antonello da Messina St Jerome in His Study (mk08) C.1456 Tempera on wood 46x36cm London National Gallery
21239 St Sebasian (mk08) Antonello da Messina St Sebasian (mk08) c,1476 Tempera on wood transferred to canvas 171x86cm Dresden,Gemaldegalerie Alte Meister
33413 St Sebastian Antonello da Messina St Sebastian mk86 c.1476 Tempera on wood transferred to canvas 171x86cm Dresden,Gemaldegalerie Alte Meister
40245 St Sebastian Antonello da Messina St Sebastian mk156 c.1476 Panel transposed on canvas 171x85cm
91187 St Sebastian Antonello da Messina St Sebastian between 1476(1476) and 1477(1477) Medium Oil on canvas transferred from panel Dimensions Height: 171 cm (67.3 in). Width: 85.5 cm (33.7 in). cyf
4827 St Sebastian jj Antonello da Messina St Sebastian jj 1476-77 Oil on canvas transferred from panel, 171 x 85,5 cm Gemäldegalerie, Dresden
2882 St.Jerome in his Study Antonello da Messina St.Jerome in his Study National Gallery, London
41132 The Dead Christ Antonello da Messina The Dead Christ mk157 1475-76 Oil on wood 117x85cm
4823 The Dead Christ Supported by an Angel Antonello da Messina The Dead Christ Supported by an Angel 1475-78 Panel, 74 x 51 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid
28606 The Dead Christ Supported by an Angel Antonello da Messina The Dead Christ Supported by an Angel mk61 c.1476 Oil on panel 74x51cm
2880 Virgin Annunciate Antonello da Messina Virgin Annunciate 1465 Galleria Nazionale della Sicilia
33412 Virgin Annunciate Antonello da Messina Virgin Annunciate mk86 c.1475 Oil on wood 45x34.5cm Palermo,Galleria Nazionale della Sicilia
40236 Virgin Annunciate Antonello da Messina Virgin Annunciate mk156 1475 Oil on panel 45x135cm
86600 Virgin Annunciate Antonello da Messina Virgin Annunciate Date c. 1476(1476) Medium Oil on wood Dimensions Height: 45 cm (17.7 in). Width: 34.5 cm (13.6 in). cjr
21238 Virgin Annunciate (mk08) Antonello da Messina Virgin Annunciate (mk08) c.1475 Oil on wood 45x34.5cm Palermo,Galleria Nazionale della sicilia
4830 Virgin Annunciate hhh Antonello da Messina Virgin Annunciate hhh c. 1476 Oil on wood, 45 x 34,5 cm Museo Nazionale, Palermo
2879 Virgin of the Annunciation Antonello da Messina Virgin of the Annunciation Pinakothek, Munich
4829 Virgin of the Annunciation fvv Antonello da Messina Virgin of the Annunciation fvv Oil on panel Alte Pinakothek, Munich

Antonello da Messina
1430-1479 Italian Antonello da Messina Galleries Antonello was born at Messina around 1429-1431, to Giovanni de Antonio Mazonus and Garita (Margherita). He was probably apprenticed in his native city and in Palermo. Around the year 1450, according to a 1524 letter of the Neapolitan humanist Pietro Summonte,[1] he was a pupil of the painter Niccol?? Colantonio at Naples, then one of the most active centres of Renaissance arts. Around 1455 he painted the so-called Sibiu Crucifixion, which was inspired by the Flemish Calvaries and is housed in the Muzeul de Art?? in Bucharest. Of the same years is the Crucifixion in the Royal Museum of Antwerp: his early works shows a marked Flemish influence, which it is now understood he derived from his master Colantonio and from works by Rogier van der Weyden and Jan van Eyck that belonged to Colantonio's patron, Alfonso V of Aragon; his biographer Vasari remarked that Antonello saw at Naples an oil painting by Jan Van Eyck (the "Lomellini Tryptych") belonging to King Alphonso of Aragon; Vasari's further narrative, that being struck by the new method, set out for The Netherlands to acquire a knowledge of the process from Van Eyck's disciples is discredited today. Another theory, supported only by vague documentary evidence, suggests that in 1456 Antonello visited Milan, where he might have met Van Eyck's most accomplished follower, Petrus Christus. Since Antonello was one of the first Italians to master Eyckian oil painting, and Christus was the first Netherlandish painter to learn Italian linear perspective, their meeting is a tempting answer to both questions. But in fact, neither artist is known for certain to have been in Milan at the time. The following year, Antonello received his first commission as an independent artist, a banner for the Confraternit?? di San Michele dei Gerbini in Reggio Calabria. At this date, he was already married, and his son Jacobello had been born. In 1460, his father is mentioned leasing a brigantine to bring back Antonello and his family from Amaltea, a town in Calabria. In that year, Antonello painted the so-called Salting Madonna, in which standard iconography and Flemish style are backed by a greater attention in the volumetric proportions of the figures, probably coming from his knowledge of some works by Piero della Francesca. Also from around 1460 are the two small panels depicting Abraham Served by the Angels and St. Jerome Penitent now in the Museo Nazionale della Magna Grecia in Reggio Calabria. In 1461 his younger brother Giordano entered Antonello's workshop, signing a three-years' contract. Of that year is a Madonna with Child for the Messinese nobleman Giovanni Mirulla, now lost. Between 1465-1470, Antonello finished a Portrait of a Man now at Cefal??. His portraits are noteworthy for his characteristic use of the three-quarter view, typical of the Flemish School, whereas almost all Italian painters adopted the medal profile pose. Antonello travelled to Venice around 1470, to see Giovanni Bellini's paintings. The Palermo Annunciation.In this year he executed his first signed and dated work, the Salvator Mundi. Back at Sicily, Antonello finished the St. Gregory's Polyptych. In 1474, he painted the Annunciation, now in Syracuse, and the St. Jerome in His Study, one of his most famous paintings. The following year he began his regular sojourn in Venice, where he remained until the fall of 1476. His works of this period begin to show a greater attention to the human figure, regarding both anatomy and expressivity, according to the influence of Piero della Francesca and Bellini. His most famous pictures dating from this period include the Condottiero (Louvre, illustration), the San Cassiano Altarpiece and the St. Sebastian (see selected works for details). The San Cassiano Altarpiece was especially influential on Venetian painters, as it was one of the first of the large compositions in the sacra conversazione format which was perfected by Giovanni Bellini (Antonello's surviving work in Vienna is only a fragment of the much larger original). Antonello returned briefly to Sicily in 1476, where he painted the famous Virgin Annunciate, now in the Palazzo Abatellis at Palermo. He died at Messina in 1479: his testament dates from February of that year, and he is documented as no longer alive two months later. Some of his last works remained unfinished, but were completed by his son Jacobello.
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