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Style: Medieval
Gothic head of an apostle - 13th century
Located in PARIS, FR
Head of apostle or Christ in carved limestone. Elongated face with a large forehead and long hair with thick wavy locks on the sides. The almond-shaped eyes are underlined by the hem...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Limestone

Hildegarde of Bingen, gorgeous Cloisonne Brooch, jewelry from The Dinner Party
Located in New York, NY
Judy Chicago Cloisonne Brooch of Hildegard of Bingen from The Dinner Party, 1987 Cloisonne brooch/pin with clasp on the back and Judy Chicago's incised signature and copyright 2 in d...
Category

1980s Medieval Art

Materials

Metal, Enamel

"Isabella" by Joris Ghilini, 27.5 x 17 x 6 in, 2024
Located in Paris, France
"Isabella", 2024 Joris Ghilini's current artistic output takes a variety of forms, from painting and sculpture to site-specific installations. It is rooted in his studio, a place of...
Category

2010s Medieval Art

Materials

Wood, Acrylic, Plexiglass

"Marguerite de Habsbourg" by Joris Ghilini, 29 x 19 x 6 in, 2024
Located in Paris, France
"Isabella", 2024 Joris Ghilini's current artistic output takes a variety of forms, from painting and sculpture to site-specific installations. It is rooted in his studio, a place of...
Category

2010s Medieval Art

Materials

Plexiglass, Wood, Acrylic

Centaur and a woman
By Alexis Gritchenko
Located in Bayonne, NJ
This is a very rare to find painting that was exhibited by Alexis Gritchenko at the Athens Museum of Byzantine Art in 1923. Originally, 36 encaustic on cardboard pieces from the Gree...
Category

1920s Medieval Art

Materials

Gouache, Encaustic

Painted Wood Tavolette Book Cover Binding in the Biccherna Style Siena Tuscany
Located in Sutton Poyntz, Dorset
Icilio Federico Joni. Italian ( b.1866 - d.1946 ). Painted Gesso, Gilt and Wood Tavolette Book Cover Binding in the Sienese Biccherna Style Book Cover size 11 inches x 8.1 inches ( 28cm x 20.5cm ). Frame size 16 inches x 13 inches ( 40.5cm x 33cm ). Available for sale; this painted gesso and gilt “tavolette” wooden book cover in the Biccherna style is by Icilio Federico Joni. The book cover is mounted and supplied in a contemporary black Tulip Wood frame (which is shown in these photographs) which is glazed with non-reflective Tru Vue UltraVue® UV70 glass. The wooden book cover is curved and float mounted giving a wonderful 3D depth to its presentation. The gesso and painted surfaces have benefitted from professional restoration which was performed on our instruction, supervision and approval. This antique book cover is now in very good condition, commensurate with its age. The frame presentation is new and in excellent condition. Combined, it wants for nothing and is supplied ready to hang and display. The story of these panels and of their artist is fascinating, and begins in 13th century Siena: The Biccherna was the person who held the position of Magistrate of Chancellery of Finance from the 13th to the 14th century for the republic and the city of Siena, in the Tuscany region of Italy. The records of that office were very important because Siena was one of the earliest and most significant banking centres in Italy, and indeed in Europe. It became the fashion to keep banking and taxation records of the region in large books with painted leather covers. These were originally made from wood and leather. In the competition to make these ever more prestigious the bindings and panels on the front and rear of the books were painted by the major artists of the day, such as Giovanni di Paolo. Many of these mainly secular covers are displayed in the Archives of the State of Siena located in the Palazzo Piccolmini. The Gothic Revival of the 19th century occurred partly as a reaction against the progress of industrialisation in Europe generally. It was however greatly affected by the unification of Italy in the second half of the 19th century. This led to the closure and downsizing of many religious institutions, which resulted in the dispersal of thousands of works of art dating from the Middle Ages and early Renaissance. Many aristocratic and bourgeois families struggled to pay debts or simply to make ends meet and so they sold off their private collections and family heirlooms. There was then an influx of goods into the antiques market which provided a great deal of work for Italy’s restorers and craftsmen, since many of these pieces were in need of cleaning, repair and, in keeping with the interventionist tastes of the times, radical restoration, before they could be sold on, often to foreign buyers. These early Italian works became so fashionable that demand soon outstripped supply. This in turn gave rise to a new type of artist-craftsman capable of turning out from scratch increasingly convincing reproductions, imitations and out-and-out fakes. Siena naturally became the epicentre of this thriving cottage industry because of the extraordinary continuity there in traditional craft skills. This technical expertise had been handed down from generation to generation, and it was perhaps inevitable that a number of artists with real talent, the flair of commerce and a genuine love and understanding of antique Sienese art should adapt their skills to these new market conditions. Among these artists were Igino Gottardi, Alceo Dossena, Fulvio Corsini, Umberto Giunti...
Category

Late 19th Century Medieval Art

Materials

Gesso, Oil, Tempera, Wood Panel

Painted Wood Tavolette Book Cover Binding in the Biccherna Style Siena Tuscany
Located in Sutton Poyntz, Dorset
Icilio Federico Joni. Italian ( b.1866 - d.1946 ). Painted Gesso, Gilt and Wood Tavolette Book Cover Binding in the Sienese Biccherna Style Book Cover size 11 inches x 8.1 inches ( 28cm x 20.5cm ). Frame size 16 inches x 13 inches ( 40.5cm x 33cm ). Available for sale; this painted gesso and gilt “tavolette” wooden book cover in the Biccherna style is by Icilio Federico Joni. The book cover is mounted and supplied in a contemporary black Tulip Wood frame (which is shown in these photographs) which is glazed with non-reflective Tru Vue UltraVue® UV70 glass. The wooden book cover is curved and float mounted giving a wonderful 3D depth to its presentation. The gesso and painted surfaces have benefitted from professional restoration which was performed on our instruction, supervision and approval. This antique book cover is now in very good condition, commensurate with its age. The frame presentation is new and in excellent condition. Combined, it wants for nothing and is supplied ready to hang and display. The story of these panels and of their artist is fascinating, and begins in 13th century Siena: The Biccherna was the person who held the position of Magistrate of Chancellery of Finance from the 13th to the 14th century for the republic and the city of Siena, in the Tuscany region of Italy. The records of that office were very important because Siena was one of the earliest and most significant banking centres in Italy, and indeed in Europe. It became the fashion to keep banking and taxation records of the region in large books with painted leather covers. These were originally made from wood and leather. In the competition to make these ever more prestigious the bindings and panels on the front and rear of the books were painted by the major artists of the day, such as Giovanni di Paolo. Many of these mainly secular covers are displayed in the Archives of the State of Siena located in the Palazzo Piccolmini. The Gothic Revival of the 19th century occurred partly as a reaction against the progress of industrialisation in Europe generally. It was however greatly affected by the unification of Italy in the second half of the 19th century. This led to the closure and downsizing of many religious institutions, which resulted in the dispersal of thousands of works of art dating from the Middle Ages and early Renaissance. Many aristocratic and bourgeois families struggled to pay debts or simply to make ends meet and so they sold off their private collections and family heirlooms. There was then an influx of goods into the antiques market which provided a great deal of work for Italy’s restorers and craftsmen, since many of these pieces were in need of cleaning, repair and, in keeping with the interventionist tastes of the times, radical restoration, before they could be sold on, often to foreign buyers. These early Italian works became so fashionable that demand soon outstripped supply. This in turn gave rise to a new type of artist-craftsman capable of turning out from scratch increasingly convincing reproductions, imitations and out-and-out fakes. Siena naturally became the epicentre of this thriving cottage industry because of the extraordinary continuity there in traditional craft skills. This technical expertise had been handed down from generation to generation, and it was perhaps inevitable that a number of artists with real talent, the flair of commerce and a genuine love and understanding of antique Sienese art should adapt their skills to these new market conditions. Among these artists were Igino Gottardi, Alceo Dossena, Fulvio Corsini, Umberto Giunti...
Category

Late 19th Century Medieval Art

Materials

Gesso, Oil, Tempera, Wood Panel

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS - Print on paper 1960s
Located in Napoli, IT
print depicting 'equatorial armillary of Tycho Brahe,
Category

1960s Medieval Art

Materials

Color

Rare 1915 Early 20c Century Ketubah Hand Written Text NYC Hebrew Publishing co.
Located in Surfside, FL
Vintage Jewish marriage contract, Most likely printed in the USA or Germany. Used in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, hand dated 1921. A rare early American judaic piece. Printed in gold an...
Category

Early 20th Century Medieval Art

Materials

Paper, Ink

Folio from a Book of Hours, c.1475 Delft (Holland)
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Folio from a Book of Hours, c.1475 Delft (Holland) red, blue and black Ink on vellum, c. 1475 Unsigned as is usual Most probably created at the Church of St. Agnes, by the women of t...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Ink

"A Mon Seul Desir" My Only Desire Tapestry
Located in Atlanta, GA
Jacquard woven with relief stitch. Fully lined with rod pocket for hanging. 65% wool with/cotton/rayon/polyester. Also available in size 67x77 ( $1,499.00). Please message for more...
Category

Late 20th Century Medieval Art

Materials

Tapestry

Adoration
Located in MADRID, ES
Incredible triptych from the end of 15 century.
Category

16th Century Medieval Art

Materials

Wood Panel

Virgin of the Annunciation, Burgundy, early 15th century
Located in PARIS, FR
Virgin of the Annunciation Burgundy, cercle of Claus de Werve (Haarlem? - Dijon, 1439) Early 15th century Walnut carved in the round Hight: 60 cm The Virgin Mary stands, her right ...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Walnut

Medieval enthroned Virgin and Child Sedes Sapientiae acephalic granit sculpture
Located in Norwich, GB
They may be damaged and battered, but real historic objects will always give you a sense of awe. Can you sense it, looking at this ancient carved granite which depicts, as it is call...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Granite

Sir Lancelot and the Young Squire, 1911. King Arthur and the Round Table Knights
Located in Sutton Poyntz, Dorset
Sir William Russell Flint. Scottish ( b.1880 - d.1969 ). Sir Lancelot and the Young Squire, 1911. Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte Darthur. Watercolor. Sig...
Category

Early 20th Century Medieval Art

Materials

Paper, Watercolor

SCIENTIFIC TOOLS - 1960s watercolor print
Located in Napoli, IT
watercolor print depicting scientific instruments, set in a small carved and gilded wooden corniei and complemented by a beautiful white passepartout.
Category

1960s Medieval Art

Materials

Watercolor, Color

Original "Belgium Cities of Art" vintage poster 1932
Located in Spokane, WA
Original Travel Poster for Belgium - Cities of Art signed by artist Poleff and dated 1932. The image, framed in an archway window, features a woman wearing Byzantine / Middle Ages e...
Category

1930s Medieval Art

Materials

Lithograph

Gotich style Florentine painter - 19th century figure painting - Virgin Child -
Located in Varmo, IT
Florentine painter (19th century) - Madonna with Child on a gold background. 77 x 58 cm. Oil on polylobed panel. Condition report: Good state of conservation of the pictorial surf...
Category

Late 19th Century Medieval Art

Materials

Oil, Panel

Rosalina by Anna Taganzeva-Kobzeva - Abstract painting, oil on canvas, 2019
Located in Basel, BS
An abstract paining Rosalina, created by contemporary artist Anna Taganzeva-Kobzeva in 2019, looks like a supernatural sign, scratched by a mystical creature. The frightening mystici...
Category

2010s Medieval Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Original Lowenbrau Munchen vintage beer poster with lion . (Löwenbräu München)
Located in Spokane, WA
Original Lowenbrau Munchen Vintage Poster with Iconic Lion - Conservation Linen Backed, Ready to Frame, Excellent Condition. (Löwenbräu München) The Original Lowenbrau Munchen Vintage Poster with Iconic Lion is a true collector's item. This poster features the company's iconic Gothic lion design, which has become synonymous with the brand. Conservation linen backed and in excellent condition, this poster is ready to be framed and displayed in any space. The gold and blue colors of the lion add a royal touch to the poster, making it a stunning piece of art. Perfect for beer enthusiasts and collectors, this vintage poster is a timeless treasure that celebrates the heritage of Lowenbrau Munchen. Its name is German for "lion's brew". Most Löwenbräu beers are marketed as being brewed according to the Reinheitsgebot, the Bavarian beer...
Category

1960s Medieval Art

Materials

Lithograph

Original The Pit and the Pendulum vintage Italian movie poster
Located in Spokane, WA
Original The Pit and the Pendulum “Il Pozzo e Il Pendolo” vintage Italian movie poster. Linen backed in very good condition, ready to fr...
Category

1970s Medieval Art

Materials

Offset

Virgin and Child
Located in Wien, Wien
OUTSTANDING MADONNA Bavaria Around 1515/20 Lime wood carved Original, polychrome version Height 60 cm This masterfully carved, full-round Madonna was created around 1515-20 in...
Category

16th Century Medieval Art

Materials

Wood

Ain't yo' Mama, Make yo' own Goddamn Pancakes
Located in Santa Monica, CA
Halo presents an amazing cast of historical black figures, most of whom were legendary and mythic characters in their time, but have been nearly lost to the vagaries and biases of hi...
Category

2010s Medieval Art

Materials

Gold Leaf

Cathay Williams
Located in Santa Monica, CA
Halo presents an amazing cast of historical black figures, most of whom were legendary and mythic characters in their time, but have been nearly lost to the vagaries and biases of hi...
Category

2010s Medieval Art

Materials

Gold Leaf

Lope Martin
Located in Santa Monica, CA
Halo presents an amazing cast of historical black figures, most of whom were legendary and mythic characters in their time, but have been nearly lost to the vagaries and biases of hi...
Category

2010s Medieval Art

Materials

Gold Leaf

Letitia Munson
Located in Santa Monica, CA
Halo presents an amazing cast of historical black figures, most of whom were legendary and mythic characters in their time, but have been nearly lost to the vagaries and biases of hi...
Category

2010s Medieval Art

Materials

Gold Leaf

Original Salisbury British Railways vintage travel poster 1952
Located in Spokane, WA
Original Salisbury where history lingers vintage poster. Visit of King Charles II, 1651. See Britain by Train. Artist: Claude Henry Buckle. Lithograph printed in 1952 by Jor...
Category

1950s Medieval Art

Materials

Lithograph

"Familia Huida" Icon painting of the Holy Family, Mary Christ Baby Joseph Angel
Located in Austin, TX
By Martha Ochoa, contemporary painter of Catholic religious icons that revive Renaissance and Latin American Colonial art. This painting ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Medieval Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

A Spanish Gothic Statue of Saint Mary Magdalene, Late 15th Century
Located in Bruges, BE
Description: A Spanish Gothic Statue of Saint Mary Magdalene, Late 15th Century, polychromed wood Statue: Saint Mary Magdalene Object Type: Statuet...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Wood

Virgin of Kataphyge and St. John, after a Byzantine Bulgarian Icon 14th Century
Located in Segovia, ES
The Virgin of Kataphyge with Saint John the Evangelist, after a Bulgarian Byzantine icon of the 14th Century. Egg tempera and gold leaf on gesso and wood. Author: Oliver Samsinger...
Category

Early 1900s Medieval Art

Materials

Gold Leaf

Christ Pantocrator after an Russian icon of the 15th Century
Located in Segovia, ES
Christ Pantocrator after a Russian icon of the 15th Century. Tempera and gold leaf on gesso over a wooden board. Measurements in centimeters: 38 x 29.5 x 3 cm. / In inches: 14.96 x 11.8 x 1.18 " This is how the artist sums up the technique used by him to create the icon: “The aim of these steps is to create a durable painting. The icon is eternal. The first step is to choose a support, traditionally made of wood, from the center of the trunk to avoid warping it. For this purpose, two hardwood bolts were often used on the back to give the picture panel additional stability. Often a frame is milled out. Then the image carrier is sanded smooth and now 12 or 14 thin layers of gesso are applied and sanded smooth as well. Then the preliminary drawing is applied and the drawing board is prepared with a special preparation called bolus. This bolus can be polished to a high gloss. Afterwards, the gold leaf is "shot" with special brushes. It dries up within a few hours and can now be polished with agate. Gold leaf is real 24-carat gold. Now does the actual process of painting begins. Egg tempera is made fresh from egg yolk, water, and a little vinegar. This is used to prepare the color pigments. Tempera painting is done in numerous layers from dark to light. When the icon is finished, it is left to dry for a few months and varnished with a special varnish called Olifa made from boiled linseed oil and other ingredients”. ABOUT THE ARTIST Oliver Samsinger (Vienna, 1968) began to take an interest in icons in 1990. He undertakes several trips to Bulgaria, Greece, and Cyprus to see in situ the original works treasured in these three countries. This experience will be crucial in his life since the studies carried out in Sofia, the Bulgarian capital, and his stay on Mount Athos...
Category

1990s Medieval Art

Materials

Gold Leaf

Icon of Our Lady of Jerusalem with oklad by Oliver Samsinger
Located in Segovia, ES
Icon of Our Lady of Jerusalem. Egg tempera on gesso and over a wooden board. Dimensions in centimeters: 42 x 34 x 2 cm / In inches: 16.54 x 13-39 x 0-79 " Author: Oliver Samsinger...
Category

1990s Medieval Art

Materials

Brass

A Lute Player Medieval Tile Gypsum Cast
Located in Slovak Republic, SK
Gypsum cast-medieval tile, inspired from Central Europe. Could be also adjusted in a frame, ready to hang or install ( price will be different).
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Gesso

Iris
Located in Kansas City, MO
Brittany Noriega Iris Laser transfer print on handmade paper Year: 2022 Size: 8.5x6in Signed by hand COA provided Ref.: 924802-1648 Tags: iris, flowe...
Category

2010s Medieval Art

Materials

Handmade Paper, Laser

Magnolia II on Gray
Located in Kansas City, MO
Brittany Noriega Magnolia II on Gray Laser transfer print on handmade paper Year: 2022 Size: 8.5x6in Signed by hand COA provided Ref.: 924802-1649 T...
Category

2010s Medieval Art

Materials

Handmade Paper, Laser

Christ, the Great High Priest. Greek-Italian style Icon with silver oklad
Located in Segovia, ES
Christ, the Great High Priest. Greek-Italian style Icon with silver filigreed oklad. Egg tempera, over gesso on wood with a silver cover, "oklad", with pol...
Category

1990s Medieval Art

Materials

Silver

The Called Y Galwyd
Located in Brecon, Powys
Every subtle hint of greys and. blacks depict the many characters inhabiting this painting and give it great depth and intricacy. Inherent in this painting by Wayne Summers are symbo...
Category

2010s Medieval Art

Materials

Acrylic

Large Vintage Heraldic Shield with Crown Print
Located in Plainview, NY
A large vintage heraldic shield with crown print showing intricate details. The print is matted and framed in a custom gilt wood frame. Dimensions: 4...
Category

Late 20th Century Medieval Art

Materials

Glass, Wood, Paper

Original Cruwell Tabak vintage poster. Crüwell-Tabak
Located in Spokane, WA
Original vintage poster Cruwell-Tabak. Archival linen backed in very good condition and ready to frame. Cruwell tobacco company was founded in 1753 in Bielefeld, Germany. Note: In...
Category

1950s Medieval Art

Materials

Lithograph

The Virgin of Tijvin (after a Russian Icon in the style of the 18th century).
Located in Segovia, ES
The Virgin of Tijvin (after a Russian icon in the style of the 18th Century). Egg tempera and gold leaf on gesso over wood. Measurements in centimeters: 45 x 36.5 x 3 cm / In inch...
Category

1990s Medieval Art

Materials

Gold Leaf

Italian painting of Alphonsus Liguori in French Neo-Gothic Frame
Located in London, GB
Italian painting of Alphonsus Liguori in French Neo-Gothic Frame Italian and French, Late 18th and 19th Century Frame: Height 61cm, width 39cm, depth 6cm Panel: Height 28cm, width 22...
Category

Late 18th Century Medieval Art

Materials

Panel, Oil

Large romanesque sculpture depicting Saint Lucy. Northern Spain.
Located in PARIS, FR
Large romanesque statue of Saint Lucy of Syracuse is dated from the 12th century. The saint is represented veiled and diademed, she wears a long dress, with an important tie. Stone s...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Sandstone

'Christ Pantocrator with Mary & St. John', Theotokos, Greek Orthodox, Christian
Located in Santa Cruz, CA
A very substantial, early 19th century, oil-on-canvas laid down on panel showing a view of the risen Christ Pantocrator flanked by the Virgin Mary and St....
Category

Early 19th Century Medieval Art

Materials

Gold Leaf

Large Romanesque Cistercian marble capital. Northern Italy.
Located in PARIS, FR
Large romanesque capital with water leaf in red Verona marble. This type of capital is typical of 12th century Cistercian abbeys and represents a tr...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Marble

Christ Pantocrator" After an Icon in the style of the Moscow School
Located in Segovia, ES
"Christ Pantocrator". After an Icon in the style of the Moscow school (15th century). Somewhat similar to that of Rublev. Author: Oliver Samsinguer Egg tempera and gold leaf on gesso and on wood. Dimensions; (H) 42 x (W) 33.5 x (D) 3.5 cm. (H) 16.54 x (W) 13.19 x (D) 1.38 in. This is how the artist sums up the technique used by him to create the icon: “The aim of these steps is to create a durable painting. The icon is eternal. The first step is to choose a support, traditionally made of wood, from the center of the trunk to avoid warping it. For this purpose, two hardwood bolts were often used on the back to give the picture panel additional stability. Often a frame is milled out. Then the image carrier is sanded smooth and now 12 or 14 thin layers of gesso are applied and sanded smooth as well. Then the preliminary drawing is applied and the drawing board is prepared with a special preparation called bolus. This bolus can be polished to a high gloss. Afterwards, the gold leaf is "shot" with special brushes. It dries up within a few hours and can now be polished with an agate. Gold leaf is real 24-carat gold . Now, the actual process of painting begins. Egg tempera is made fresh from egg yolk, water, and a little vinegar. This is used to prepare the color pigments. Tempera painting is done in numerous layers from dark to light. When the icon is finished, it is left to dry for a few months and varnished with a special varnish called Olifa made from boiled linseed oil and other ingredients”. ABOUT THE ARTIST Oliver Samsinger...
Category

1990s Medieval Art

Materials

Gold Leaf

Italian gothic sculpture from the Altounian collection. Marble relief.
Located in PARIS, FR
Small marble head representing a bearded man in profile, an apostle or a prophet. This sculpture comes from the Joseph Altounian collection dispersed...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Marble

Saint Nicolas in the style of Russian icons of the 18th century. With Oklad
Located in Segovia, ES
Icono of Saint Nicolas in the style of Russian icons of the 18th century. Egg tempera and gesso on wood, covered by a metal oklad made by the artist himself. The oklad, in principle, were made to cover damaged parts of highly revered ancient icons...
Category

1990s Medieval Art

Materials

Gesso, Wood, Egg Tempera

Hand coloured print in blue Portrait of a devil creature immobilised in marble
Located in London, GB
Katie Eleanor, St Medard and the Devil, 2019 Handcoloured portrait of a devil creature, immobilised in marble, inspired by the tale of St Medard. Purchasing on his rock, he lovingly...
Category

2010s Medieval Art

Materials

Archival Pigment, Photographic Paper, Watercolor

St. Moses the Black, aka Abba Moses the Robber
Located in Santa Monica, CA
Greenfield's versions are rendered in the Byzantine style of their art historical predecessors, with the black Virgin Mother and Baby Jesus as the central focus within circular compositions, or tondos. These tondos float amongst abstract discs, set within fields of lustrous, gold leaf. The Madonnas predominate before a variety of backgrounds, which were traditionally innocuous. Greenfield, however, presents these backdrops as various revenge fantasies, where white supremacists are cast in the role of victims, suffering the fates...
Category

2010s Medieval Art

Materials

Gold Leaf

Hand coloured print Portrait detail of a devil creature immobilised in marble
Located in London, GB
Katie Eleanor, St Medard and the Devil II, 2019 Handcoloured portrait of a devil creature, immobilised in marble, inspired by the tale of St Medard. Purchasing on his rock, he lovin...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Medieval Art

Materials

Photographic Paper, Photographic Film, Archival Pigment, Watercolor

Men on a Horse Medieval Tile Gypsum Cast
Located in Slovak Republic, SK
Gypsum cast-medieval tile, inspired from Central Europe. Adjusted in a frame, ready to hang or install.
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Gesso

Queen Medieval Tile Gypsum Cast
Located in Slovak Republic, SK
Gypsum cat-medieval tile, inspired from Central Europe. Sold without the frame.
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Gesso

The Evangelist Matthew, after a Russian icon, school of Moscow, 15th century
Located in Segovia, ES
The Evangelist Mathew after a Russian Icon. School of Moscow, 15th century. Egg tempera, gold leaf, and gesso, over a wooden board. Dimensions: (H) 52 x (W) 36 x (D) 3 cm. Saint Matthew, the Evangelist, is represented at his own desk, a true artisan laboratory. THE THECHNIQUE This is how the artist sums up the technique used by him to create the icon: “The aim of these steps is to create a durable painting. The icon is eternal. The first step is to choose a support, traditionally made of wood, from the center of the trunk to avoid warping it. For this purpose, two hardwood bolts were often used on the back to give the picture panel additional stability. Often a frame is milled out. Then the image carrier is sanded smooth and now 12 or 14 thin layers of gesso are applied and sanded smooth as well. Then the preliminary drawing is applied and the drawing board is prepared with a special preparation called bolus. This bolus can be polished to a high gloss. Afterwards, the gold leaf is "shot" with special brushes. It dries up within a few hours and can now be polished with an agate. Gold leaf is real 24 carat gold . Now does the actual process of painting begin. Egg tempera is made fresh from egg yolk, water and a little vinegar. This is used to prepare the color pigments. Tempera painting is done in numerous layers from dark to light. When the icon is finished, it is left to dry for a few months and varnished with a special varnish called Olifa made from boiled linseed oil and other ingredients”. ABOUT THE ARTIST Oliver Samsinger...
Category

1990s Medieval Art

Materials

Gold Leaf

French crowned gothic queen's head. Champagne.
Located in PARIS, FR
Large crowned queen's head with trace of polychromy in half-bump. The crown features a fleur-de-lis and cabochons. The almond-shaped eyes are framed by well-marked eyelids with incis...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Limestone

Bust of Gothic Virgin. Lorraine, France 14th century
Located in PARIS, FR
Bust of Gothic Virgin. Lorraine 14th century. Important bust of Saint or Virgin of the Annunciation. Life size veiled woman. Full-featured face with almond-shaped eyes and large locks of curly wawy hair...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Stone, Limestone

One on a chariot Medieval Tile Gypsum Cast
Located in Slovak Republic, SK
Gypsum cast - medieval tile, from Central Europe. Adjusted in a frame, ready to hang or install.
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Gesso

Catalan School of the 13th century. Wooden Bishop
Located in PARIS, FR
Catalan School of the 13th century. Bishop statue in polychrome wood. Large polychrome wooden statue representing a holy bishop carrying a crosier and ma...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Wood

Polychrome Virgin of the Annunciation - Catalonia
Located in PARIS, FR
Large catalan Virgin of the Annunciation in polychrome wood. Our Virgin is represented in the phase of the Conturbatio, Mary expresses her amazement a...
Category

15th Century and Earlier Medieval Art

Materials

Wood

Medieval art for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Medieval art available for sale on 1stDibs. Works in this style were very popular during the 21st Century and Contemporary, but contemporary artists have continued to produce works inspired by this movement. Many Pop art paintings were created by popular artists on 1stDibs, including Mark Steven Greenfield, David Popiashvili, Anastasia Kurakina, and Sax Berlin. Frequently made by artists working with Paint, and Metal and other materials, all of these pieces for sale are unique and have attracted attention over the years. Not every interior allows for large Medieval art, so small editions measuring 3.55 inches across are also available. Prices for art made by famous or emerging artists can differ depending on medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $189 and tops out at $360,000, while the average work sells for $4,178.

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