Vittore Crivelli Madonna and Child Porcelain Ornament

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Item # 80057960
Price: 38$38.00
Member Price: 32.3$32.30
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Description

Art ornaments inspired by The Met collection.

This charming depiction of the Madonna and Child was originally painted around 1481–82 by Vittore Crivelli (Italian, active by 1465–died 1501/2), who borrows some of the pictorial devices used by his brother, Carlo—namely, the building up of gold to create a sense of three-dimensionality. This richly symbolic painting includes a carnation, representing love; cherries, which are emblems of original sin; and a devotional book. The goldfinch held by the Child represents the Passion of Jesus.

Art ornaments inspired by The Met collection.

This charming depiction of the Madonna and Child was originally painted around 1481–82 by Vittore Crivelli (Italian, active by 1465–died 1501/2), who borrows some of the pictorial devices used by his brother, Carlo—namely, the building up of gold to create a sense of three-dimensionality. This richly symbolic painting includes a carnation, representing love; cherries, which are emblems of original sin; and a devotional book. The goldfinch held by the Child represents the Passion of Jesus.

Details
  • Porcelain
  • Includes red ribbon for hanging
  • 3 1/4''L x 2 1/2''W x 1/4''D
  • Polish with a soft, dry cloth
  • Gift boxed
  • Imported
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