Death of the Virgin
Death of the Virgin in the background with a mourning Mary Magdalen on the foreground.
Part of our Tableaux Vivants prints Series.
Printed on gallery quality, Enhanced Matte Paper.
The original Death of the Virgin by Caravaggio (c. 1602) has been hailed as one of his greatest masterpieces, today at the Louvre in Paris, France. A controversial work in its time, as the artist supposedly used the dead, bloated corpse of a prostitute to depict the Virgin. Our take on the original focuses on Mary Magdalen who mourns in the foreground, while the body of the Virgin lies dead in the distance. The theatrical lighting and setting enhance a sense of mourning and immediacy in the scene.
Staged pieces and historical recreations of works by famous artists such as Caravaggio and Murillo, Known as Tableaux vivants. All works are originals, individually signed and numbered by the artist.
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- Enhanced Matte Paper Heavyweight stock 10.3 mil thick High color gamut UltraChrome ink Handled individually
- Hand glued solid wood stretcher bars Semigloss coating Poly-cotton blend canvas 20.5 mil thick canvas Fade-resistant Hand-stretched
- Hand-printed Made with love Double stitched Direct-to-Garment Original Designs Up to 1200dpi
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