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The Trinity, c.1577/79 by El Greco

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Painting Title:

The Trinity, c.1577/79


Artist:

Domenikos Theotokopoulos El Greco (1541-1614)


Location:

Prado Museum Madrid Spain


SKU:

GEL-16748

Original Size:

300 x 179 cm

Medium:

This painting reproduction will be completely painted by hand with oil paints on a blank linen canvas. We add additional 1.6" (4cm) of blank canvas above the offered size which will be used to stretch the canvas on a stretcher-bar.



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El Greco - The Holy Trinity

This is El Greco's first work executed in Toledo, 1577-79. On clouds which seem to be rising and swelling, a scene of extraordinarily intense and unexpected drama takes place.

God the Father surrounded by angels raises the body of the dead Christ; the vision of His martyrdom is superimposed on that of the majestic religious symbol. In this canvas, too, the relationship to the late Titian is close, but he also uses Tintoretto (who is recalled in the soft bodies with their dancers' movements: note the angel seen from behind) in the tense contrapositions. He adapts a device originating with Durer which Michelangelo used in his Pietà: the body of Christ is made triangular and serpentine.

El Greco transfigures the Michelangelesque idea into a torsion which is almost painfully forced at every point. This idea was never published in prints, so we must assume that the artist reconstructed an image that comes between the Pietà of the Duomo of Florence and the one in Palestrina, which perhaps he had seen in Rome in 1570-72 (or drawings for them). With this work, Greco began the brilliant cycle of his mature work.
21st November 2015 7:24pm

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