Segna di Buonaventura | Saint John the Evangelist | The Met
In 1924 the Metropolitan Museum acquired a triptych signed by Segna di Buonaventura, Duccio’s nephew and among his most faithful and prominent followers in Siena. Subsequent research (Wehle 1940 and Zeri 1958) has established that, in fact, the three panels comprised the center and end sections of a dismembered pentaptych (five-paneled altarpiece), along with a fourth panel in the Metropolitan Museum and a fifth in Assisi (see fig
St. John the Evangelist reproduction by Carlo Crivelli
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Initial J: Saint John the Evangelist (Getty Museum)
Initial J: Saint John the Evangelist; Master of the Dresden Prayer Book or workshop (Flemish, active about 1480 - 1515); about 1480 - 1485 ?; Tempera colors and gold on parchment; Leaf: 20.5 × 14.8 cm (8 1/16 × 5 13/16 in.); Ms. 23 (86.ML.606), fol. 195; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California
John the Evangelist by Hans Memling, c, 1433-1494, German-born painter who moved to Flanders and worked in the tradition of Early Netherlandish painting. From the 1460s until the end of his life he became one of the leading artists, painting both portraits and several large religious works, continuing the style he learned in his youth from his masters such as Rogier van der Weyden. National Gallery, London, England.
Saint John on Patmos (Getty Museum)
Saint John on Patmos; Lieven van Lathem (Flemish, about 1430 - 1493); Ghent (written), Belgium; 1469; Tempera colors, gold leaf, gold paint, silver paint, and ink on parchment; Leaf: 12.4 × 9.2 cm (4 7/8 × 3 5/8 in.); Ms. 37 (89.ML.35), fol. 18; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Ms. 37, fol. 18; Rights Statement: No Copyright - United States
Apostle St. John the Evangelist, c.1612 - El Greco - WikiArt.org
‘Apostle St. John the Evangelist’ was created in c.1612 by El Greco in Mannerism (Late Renaissance) style. Find more prominent pieces of religious painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
Head of St. John the Evangelist - Leonardo da Vinci - WikiArt.org
‘Head of St. John the Evangelist’ was created by Leonardo da Vinci in High Renaissance style. Find more prominent pieces of religious painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.