The Annunciation, c.1420/25 | Robert Campin | Painting Reproduction
The Annunciation, c.1420/25 | Robert Campin | Painting Reproduction

The Annunciation, c.1420/25
Robert Campin (c.1375-1444)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 76 x 70 cm
5/5 | 1 Review
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Oil Painting Reproduction

SKU: CAM-16856
Painting Size: $14603.36
Entirely Hand-Painted
Painted by Academy Graduated European Artists
+ 4cm (1.6") Borders for Stretching
Creation time: 8-9 weeks
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Robert Campin also known as Master of Flémalle - "Annunciation"

The composition of the two figures is similar to that of the Merode Triptych (The Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum, New York). We see the wing of a Gothic church with cross-vaulted bays on the interior; on the exterior are an apse, a tower with spires and in the background, walls and tower. An angled perspective makes a superb scenic effect in which each figure is given a symmetrical space equivalent on the interior and exterior (the panel has been cut down). The interior of the nave or transept is furnished like a domestic household. The composition has a firm balance of parts in its oblique projection, and the figures correspond to each other in the general rhythm. The artist's main interest lies in the refined construction of the setting and its strong architectural forms, which are rich in light, and in which every detail has been brought alive in a crystalline atmosphere through subtle research and accurate evocation.
12th June 2016 9:19pm

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