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The Procession to Calvary - Fine Reproduction on Canvas

Item Number: 13819

Catalog Code: TG-38E6-DIS3-DIS


Procession to Calvary

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Adorn your church, parish hall or home with beautiful Catholic art from the past. A unique process is used to reproduce these classic works on canvas resulting in a piece of artwork which gives the appearance of an actual painting, for a fraction of the cost. The inks used in the process are rated for a life of 120 years and a special coating is used to ensure the vibrancy of the colors.

This stunning reproduction on canvas of Ridolfo Ghirlandaio's painting "The Procession to Calvary" features a beautiful gilded frame which is 2.25 inches wide. The framed work measures 20 in. by 24 in. The canvas measures 16 in. by 20 in.

About the artist: Ridolfo Ghirlandaio or Ghirlandajo (February 14, 1483 –1561) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance, active mainly in Florence, the son of Domenico Ghirlandaio.He was born in Florence. Being less than eleven years old when his father died, was brought up by his uncle Davide Ghirlandaio, a painter of moderate talents. Vasari states that Ridolfo trained under Fra Bartolomeo.

His works between the dates 1504 and 1508 show a marked influence from Fra Bartolomeo and Raphael, with whom he was friends. From Rome in 1508, Raphael asked Ridolfo to join him; but the Florentine painter stayed. In Florence, he became one of the prominent painters of altarpieces, frescoes, and portraits.


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H x W: 
20"  (50.8 cm) x 24"  (60.9 cm)
 
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