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IMAGE number
ELC851421
Title
Judith Slaying Holofernes (Giuditta e Oloferne), by a copy from Artemisia Gentileschi, 1650 - 1650, 17th Century, oil on arched blackboard, 32 x 22 cm
Artist
Italian School, (17th century) / Italian
Description
Whole artwork view. The Jewish widow Judith beheads Assyrian leader Holofernes with a dagger. The blood stains the sheet where Holofernes rests his head. The pieces of clothing are painted with the drapery technique. A semicircular cymatium crowns the blackboard. At the sides of the red frame, whose top has a broken tympanum, are volutae. Dark tones are predominant. CREATOR: copy from Gentileschi Artemisia LOCATION: Arcivescovado, Milan, Lombardy, Italy
Medium
médias mixtes
Date
1650 (C17th)
Dimensions
32x22 cms
Credit
Mondadori Portfolio/Electa/Sergio Anelli / Bridgeman Images
Keywords
  • 17th century
  • 20-29 years
  • 30-39 years
  • adult
  • aggression
  • archbishopric
  • artemisia genileschi
  • astonishment
  • biblical character
  • biblical episode
  • blood
  • caucasian
  • drapery
  • drappeggio
  • effort
  • frame
  • frieze
  • full length
  • gentileschi
  • head
  • holofernes
  • italian art
  • judith
  • leader
  • looking
  • looking down
  • lying down
  • man
  • security
  • seventeenth century
  • sheets
  • six hundred
  • tension
  • thigh shot
  • threat
  • three people
  • tympanum
  • vertical
  • violence
  • widow
  • woman
  • women
  • young

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