Image View Description:
detail: ceiling beneath nun’s gallery
Date:
16th century
Location:
Venice (Italy)
Work Type:
painting
Culture:
Italian
Culture 2:
Venetian
Creator:
Titian, attributed to School of
Creator Nationality:
Italian
Creator Role:
painter
Main Work:
Santa Maria dei Miracoli
Notes:

The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.The ceiling painting is possibly the work of Marco Vecellio. The gallery was used by nuns from the Poor Clares convent located next to the Miracoli; they accessed the church via a suspended bridge that connected the buildings.
This image of the Holy Spirit is located beneath the central painting of the Virgin and Child.

Image Source:

Photography by the Media Center for Art History, Department of Art History and Archaeology

Record ID:
ven_san_maria_miracoli_3576