Thursday, October 22, 2015

A few depictions of Mary Magdalene during the 1400 & 1500s



Andrea Solario (Italian Renaissance painter, active 1495-1524) Mary Magdalene



Bernardino Luini (1480-02-1532) La Magdalena

Mary Magdalene, one of Jesus' most important female disciples, was a popular subject during the early Renaissance.  The Bible relates that she became Jesus' close friend, particularly during his last days, being present at the cross after the male disciples, except John, had fled, & at his burial. She was the 1st person to see Jesus after his Resurrection, according to both John 20 & Mark 16:9.


 Jan Gossaert (Jan Mabuse, Jennyn van Hennegouwe), Flemish, c. 1472-1532. Early Renaissance. Lady Portrayed as Mary Magdalene



Jan Polack (c 1440-1519) Ascensión de María Magdalena



Attributed to Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519) Mary Magdalene



Luca Signorelli (1445-1523) Mary Magdalene Detail



Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553) María Magdalena



Michel Sittow (1469-1525) Catalina de Aragón como María Magdalena



Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553) María Magdalena



Quintin Massys (Flemish Northern Renaissance Painter, ca.1465-1530) Maria Magdalena



Quintin Massys (Flemish Northern Renaissance Painter, ca.1465-1530) María Magdalena



Angelico, noli me tangere 1440-42 Jesus and Mary Magdalene



Ambrosius Benson, La Lectura de Magdalena, 1525



1525 Master of the Legend of Mary Magdalene (Netherlandish painter, fl 1480-1537) Magdalen Weeping


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