The Conversion Of Marie-madeleine, XVIIth Century Atelier Du Dominiquin (1581-1641) flag

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"The Conversion Of Marie-madeleine, XVIIth Century Atelier Du Dominiquin (1581-1641)"
The Conversion Of Mary Magdalene, 17th Century Atelier du Dominiquin (1581-1641) Large 17th century Italian old master depiction of the conversion of Mary Magdalene, oil on canvas. Intimate toilet scene around 1630, in which a magnificently dressed Mary removes her jewels, this allegory has both moral and apologetic aims in line with the Counter-Reformation. The painting records Mary Magdalene's first steps towards her religious conversion, to renounce worldly goods and fleeting pleasures, thus removing her precious jewels, in favor of a frugal and contemplative lifestyle in the desert. Magdalene remained one of the most popular saints after the Reformation, a Reformed sinner who was easy to identify with. Superb condition and housed in an ornate gilt frame. Dimensions: 44" x 36" framed approximately
Price: 9 200 €
Period: 17th century
Style: Renaissance, Louis 13th
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Oil painting
Length: 110cm
Width: 90cm

Reference: 1090023
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The Conversion Of Marie-madeleine, XVIIth Century Atelier Du Dominiquin (1581-1641)
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