The famous Italian paintings
“The Sistine Madonna” is quite an impressive canvas (2.56 by 1.96 m), created by Raphael Santi at Pope Julius II order in 1512-13....
"The Miraculous Draught of Fishes” is a sketch painted by Raphael Santi in 1515-16 to serve as a prototype for the tapestries for the Sistine Chapel, ordered by Pope Leo X....
The fresco titled "The School of Athens" was created by Rafael Santi in the period of 1510-11 within the frame of the project consisting of painting the four rooms in the papal palace, to symbolize the science of philosophy....
"Disputa" is a title of the fresco created by Raphael Santi in 1509-10 to take place among the first ones painted for the Vatican papal palace....
"Mona Lisa" is the great Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous work, created supposedly in 1501-05, with Lisa Gherardini, the wife of a silk merchant named Francesco del Giocondo, posed for him....
Leonardo da Vinci created his "Savior of the World" between 1499-1510, according to various studies and, allegedly, it became the last work of the prominent master....
The “Annunciation" was presumably created by Leonardo da Vinci 1472-1475 during the period of his work with his teacher Verrocchio and is in fact an illustration of the biblical plot of the moment when the Archangel Gabriel annunciated the coming birth of Christ to the Virgin Mary....
The fresco work titled “The Last Supper” was created by Leonardo da Vinci in 1495-98 inside the monastery frater in Milan, to depict the Christ’s last supper with his disciples....
"Vitruvian Man" is one of the most famous images ever created by Leonardo da Vinci. It was written to serve as an illustration based on the book of Vitruvius Pollio, who was a Roman architect, in 1490-1492, and belonged to the period when the artist was taken away by creating the...
There are different versions circulating among art historians, as of when the Leonardo da Vinci's portrait titled "Lady with an Ermine" was created, as well as who was woman posing for him....