Pietà

[Titian] The picture represents, over the background of a larger niche in Mannerist style, the Madonna supporting the body of Christ, with the help of a kneeling Nicodemus. The latter is probably a self-portrait of Titian, represented as if he saw his also upcoming death in the Christ`s face. On the left, standing and forming an ideal trian
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pieta

[n] - a representation of the Virgin Mary mourning over the dead body of Jesus
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pietà

A depiction of the Virgin Mary mourning over the body of Christ. Examples include the Avignon Pietà (c. 1455; Louvre, Paris), Michelangelo's carved Pietà (1498-99; St Peter's, Rome), and...
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Pietà

Pi·e·tà' (pe*a*tä') noun [ Italian ] (Fine Arts) A representation of the dead Christ, attended by the Virgin Mary or by holy women and angels. Mollett.
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pieta

noun a representation of the Virgin Mary mourning over the dead body of Jesus
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Pieta

• (n.) A representation of the dead Christ, attended by the Virgin Mary or by holy women and angels.
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Pietà

(from the article `Bartolommeo, Fra`) ...frescoes on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. In response Bartolommeo`s art took on a greater power of dramatic expression, as in the `Madonna ...
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Pietà

(from the article `Bermejo, Bartolomé`) ...of foreshortening, in depiction of details, and in the resolution of difficult problems in perspective. The work that demonstrates most clearly ...
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Pietà

(from the article `Botticelli, Sandro`) ...incipient mannerism appears in Botticelli`s late works of the 1480s and in works such as the magnificent Cestello Annunciation (1490) and the ...
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Pietà

(from the article `Perugino`) ...Among the finest of his works executed during this time are the Vision of St. Bernard, the Madonna and Saints, the Pietà, and the fresco of the ...
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Pietà

(from the article `Sebastiano del Piombo`) About 1515 Sebastiano came under the influence of Michelangelo and began collaborating with that artist. From drawings and cartoons by Michelangelo ...
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Pietà

(from the article `Titian`) ...is miraculous in the Annunciation, in which Gabriel rushes in and an assembly of angels in glory hovers about the Virgin. Titian`s final word and ...
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Pieta

(from the article `Western sculpture`) ...exceptions this was in the court ambience only, while Spanish Baroque sculpture is almost entirely religious and of a fundamentally popular ... Many of his best known statues, such as `St. Veronica` (1614) and the `Pietà` (1617), were once part of sculptural groups for...
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Pietà

(from the article `Michelangelo`) The Bacchus led at once to the commission (1498) for the Pietà, now in St. Peter`s Basilica. The name refers not (as is often presumed) to this ... ...in the Bacchic revel by slyly stealing some grapes. In his first major sculptural work the 21-year-old artist succeeded in capturing the spirit of...
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Pietà

as a theme in Christian art, depiction of the Virgin Mary supporting the body of the dead Christ. Some representations of the Pietà include John the ...
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Pietà

The Pietà (pl. same; Italian for pity) is a subject in Christian art depicting the Virgin Mary cradling the dead body of Jesus, most often found in sculpture. As such, it is a particular form of the Lamentation of Christ, a scene from the Passion of Christ found in cycles of the Life of Christ. When Christ and the Virgin are surrounded by other f
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Pietà

[Michelangelo] The Pietà (1498–1499) is a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture by Michelangelo Buonarroti, housed in St. Peter`s Basilica in Vatican City. It is the first of a number of works of the same theme by the artist. The statue was commissioned for the French cardinal Jean de Billheres, who was a representative in Rome. The sculp
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Pieta

Artwork or sculpture that portrays the Virgin Mary cradling the lifeless body of Christ upon her lap.
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pietà

A picture or sculpture of Mary with her dead son on her lap. Best known is Michelangelo's pietà.
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Pietà

[manga] The word "pietà" is Italian for "pity" or "mercy". ==Plot== Rio Sakaki is a high school girl who cuts herself and has attempted suicide few times. She is unloved by her family—her stepmother is especially abusive, and her father, while aware of the abuse, does nothing to stop it. At the beginning of the manga, Rio meets Sahoko Hi
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Pietà

[disambiguation] The Pietà is a subject in Christian art depicting the Virgin Mary cradling the dead body of Jesus. Pietà or Pieta may also refer to: ...
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Pieta

[TV series] Pieta is a television daytime drama series that aired on ABS-CBN from October 27, 2008 to May 1, 2009. == Synopsis == It tells the story of Amanda (Cherie Gil) and her son Rigor (Ryan Agoncillo). Once she discovers that she is pregnant, Amanda struggles to build a better future for her child. When her son Rigor commits a crime a
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Pietà

[Perugino] ==History== The work was painted for the church of the convent of San Giusto alle mura together with the Agony in the Garden and a Crucifixion. Renaissance art biographer Giorgio Vasari saw them in side altars of the church of San Giovanni Battista alla Calza, after the original location had been destroyed during the Siege of Flo
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pity
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representation of Virgin Mary with dead Christ across her knees
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