"Nativity and Adoration of the Magi"
Venetian artist of the late 16th century
Oil painting on canvas
Canvas measures 150 x 90, frame 175 x 115
This large and spectacular Venetian canvas from the late 16th century depicts one of the most joyful and fascinating episodes of Christianity with notable scenographic effect. In fact, the arrival of the Three Wise Men, attractive and mysterious oriental characters, is the event that closes the celebrations preceding the birth of Jesus in style.
The magical star guides their path to the hut where the Divine Child has just been born, and the three Kings who have arrived from the East bring the most regal gifts to the King of Kings, the son of God.
It is the great feast of the Epiphany, here perfectly described with strongly fairy-tale tones, typical of late sixteenth-century Venetian art with pleasant references to Flemish painting and to the Greek-Cretan culture of Byzantine origin.
The considerable size, the charm of all the protagonists, the magnificent colors and the accentuated brightness of the characters are the characteristics that contribute to the excellent success of the composition, while the splendid and important golden frame completes the work by illuminating the canvas with a notable effect. .
The conditions of the canvas are very good considering the age and the pictorial layer is very healthy and perfectly fixed over the entire surface.
It is a splendid work that offers a remarkable glance and a very positive message.
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