Image Sets Available for Subscription

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SR Set: Baroque Art of the North Netherlands
CDR-1217
Title: SR Set: Baroque Art of the North Netherlands
Description: The predominantly Protestant Dutch in the North Netherlands produced large numbers of artists painting subjects from religious and genre scenes to still lifes and landscapes. Our extensive group offers work by artists ranging from Aelst to Rembrandt, Ruisdael, and Vermeer. Here are Avercamp skating scenes and Ruisdael landscapes; lusty domestic scenes from Steen; introspective interiors by Vermeer, de Hooch, and de Witte; portraits by Hals, Leyster and Rembrandt; and the wide spectrum of still lifes by artists like Claesz, Kalf, Heda and Ruysch. The wealth of details accompanying these works emphasize brilliance and depth of color as well as to illustrate telling detail such as the delicate lace on a lady's bodice or an errant insect exploring a tulip petal in a flower still life. Please note: Academic Image Sets are offered to show the breadth of our collections. You do not need to order an entire set; you can also order individual images from each Set.
Views: 977
SR Set: Chinese Art
CDR-1191
Title: SR Set: Chinese Art
Description: Architecture in China and sculpture in Chinese museums Please note: Academic Image Sets are offered to show the breadth of our collections. You do not need to order an entire set; you can also order individual images from each Set.
Views: 728
SR Set: Baroque Art of the South Netherlands and Flanders
CDR-1218
Title: SR Set: Baroque Art of the South Netherlands and Flanders
Description: The Baroque art of Flanders and the Southern Netherlands was closely tied to the traditions of Catholic Europe and dominated by the art of Peter Paul Rubens. This group offers a wealth of images of Rubens' work ranging from mythological themes and religious scenes to portraiture. Here are his charming Het Pelsken, the allegorical Garden of Love, and the ambitious Marie de'Medici series. Other Flemish artists included here are Jordaens, Teniers, van Dyke, and Snyders. Please note: Academic Image Sets are offered to show the breadth of our collections. You do not need to order an entire set; you can also order individual images from each Set.
Views: 1083
SR Set: Early Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture
CDR-1210
Title: SR Set: Early Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture
Description: Gathered here are art and architecture of the Duecento and Trecento featuring the cathedral complex at Pisa; the Baptistery, Campanile and Duomo at Florence; as well as the uniquely Italian Gothic structures of the Cathedral at Orvieto and the Palace of the Doges in Venice. Sculpted examples include Pisano's Pisa Pulpit while Painting is represented by works of Cimabue, Giotto and Martini, Duccio's Maesta, and Lorenzetti's Allegory of Good Government frescoes in the Palazzo Pubblico in Siena.
Views: 523
SR Set: Illustrations of Ethical Values (in non-religious paintings)
CDR-1089
Title: SR Set: Illustrations of Ethical Values (in non-religious paintings)
Description: Artist's interpretations of values of money, love, death, self-worth, charity, betrayal, joys and sorrow.
Views: 162
SR Set: Italian Renaissance Architecture
CDR-1211
Title: SR Set: Italian Renaissance Architecture
Description: The architecture of the Italian Renaissance encompasses the breadth of Italian genius ranging from Brunelleschi's dome of the Florence cathedral, his graceful Ospedale degli Innocenti, and exquisite Pazzi Chapel, to Palladio's elegant Villa Rotonda. Our set also includes works ranging through Bramante's exquisite Tempietto, Alberti's imposing Sant'Andrea, Michelangelo's designs for the Campidoglio, and Romano's striking Palazzo Te. Gothic style structures of the Renaissance era such as Venetian palazzi are also included. Please note: Academic Image Sets are offered to show the breadth of our collections. You do not need to order an entire set; you can also order individual images from each Set.
Views: 650
SR Set: Italian Renaissance: Introduction to Italian High Renaissance Art
CDR-1000
Title: SR Set: Italian Renaissance: Introduction to Italian High Renaissance Art
Description: Italian Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture of the Quattrocento and Cinquecento: includes works by Alberti, Botticelli, Donatello, Ghiberti, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, and many others.
Views: 263
SR Set: Medieval Art: Carolingian, Romanesque and Gothic Architecture and Art
CDR-1209
Title: SR Set: Medieval Art: Carolingian, Romanesque and Gothic Architecture and Art
Description: Our group of Medieval art and architecture images encompasses Carolingian monuments of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne at Aachen and St. Michael's Hildesheim; Romanesque pilgrimage churches of La Madeleine at Vézelay, St. Sernin in Toulouse, and Ste. Foi at Conques, and the Cistercian Abbey at Fontenay; and French Gothic monuments from St. Denis with its early rib vaulted ambulatory, to the 'purest realization' of High Gothic at Amiens Cathedral. Chartres Cathedral is not only well represented architecturally but we also include examples from its wealth of sculptural detail and stained glass. From further afield are English cathedrals such as Salisbury, Cologne in Germany, and the 12-13th c. Hanseatic Town of Visby in Sweden. Sculptural examples include the bronze doors and column of Bernward at Hildesheim, relief sculpture from Moissac and Conques, the sculpture of Gislebertus at Autun, and the Annunciation figures from Reims. Please note: Academic Image Sets are offered to show the breadth of our collections. You do not need to order an entire set; you can also order individual images from each Set.
Views: 1076
SR Set: Nineteenth Century: French Empire: French Revolution and Napoleonic Era
CDR-2242
Title: SR Set: Nineteenth Century: French Empire: French Revolution and Napoleonic Era
Description: Painting, Sculpture, and Architectural works illustrating the swing from Revolution into Empire: featuring David, Ingres, Canova, Gerard, Vigee-Lebrun, Vignon, and others.
Views: 185
SR Set: Papal Monuments in St. Peter's Basilica
CDR-1183
Title: SR Set: Papal Monuments in St. Peter's Basilica
Description: St. Peter's Basilica photographed in exquisite detail: all Papal Tombs, the Cathedra, the Baldacchino, the Altar of the Holy Sacrament, Bernini's Angels, Decorations of Chapels and the Nave, the Statue of St. Peter and the columnade and its figures surrounding the Piazza San Pietro
Views: 1154
SR Set: A Lyrical Interpretation of French Churches
CDR-1143
Title: SR Set: A Lyrical Interpretation of French Churches
Description: These images of French churches, as seen through the eye of Anthony Scibilia, reflect the peace and tranquility these houses of worship induce. With his background in music and art history, Anthony Scibilia conveys a respect for the atmosphere of place and an appreciative eye for the beauty of these magnificent works of art.
Views: 200
SR Set: Italian Infuence on French Art
CDR-1364
Title: SR Set: Italian Infuence on French Art
Description: The influence of Italian art in France arose largely during the Renaissance and Mannerist periods. From the 1497 French invasion of Italy, the importation of artists and ideas joined those from Burgundy and Flanders to create what is now known as the French Renaissance. In 1516 Leonardo Da Vinci was invited by François 1er to the Chateau d'Amboise, where he spent the remainder of his life. François also invited Italian artists such as Primaticcio, Cellini, and Rosso Fiorentino, to work on his Chateau at Fontainebleau. These collaborations resulted in the School of Fontainebleau with its elegant, elongated Mannerist figures. In the following century Bernini was invited to design the east front of the Louvre; designs that were ultimately rejected as France chose to go her own flamboyant way without the influence of Italian artists. July/2015
Views: 232
SR Set: Early Greek Art
CDR-1363
Title: SR Set: Early Greek Art
Description: The Aegean area was rich in its cultural heritage; Cycladic, Minoan, Mycenean, Geometric and Archaic styles are represented in this diverse group and demonstrate the progression of early, already expressive exploration in simple, organic form of the human body. Intricate gold pieces, playful frescoes, bronze tools and figurines, descriptive vase painting and finally full-size marble figures lead us to the Classical Period. (June 2015)
Views: 235