Bernardino Lanino Reimagined

Bernardino Lanino 

1512-1583

Charcoal on Paper

Testa Femminine

Deborah Lanino

2020

Acrylic on canvas

20" x 20" 

Testa Femminine II

Bernardino Lanino 

1512-1583

Charcoal on Paper

Testa Femminine

Deborah Lanino

2020

Acrylic on canvas 

30" x 40"

Testa Femminine I

Deborah Lanino

2020

Gouache on paper. 

8” x 10”

Testa Femminine III

Symbols in Renaissance Art: Doves

Throughout the centuries doves have appeared as symbols in numerous religious and secular settings but may be best known for its wide use in Christianity. Renaissance artists utilized doves primarily in religious artwork to depict the third element of the trinity, the Holy Spirit. Shown above the figures in the painting, wings spread and often in a burst of light gives the dove an ethereal appearance, indicating its religious significance.   

Bernardino Lanino

1512-1583

Baptism of Christ​

Deborah Lanino

2019

Acrylic on canvas 

Dove 1

Deborah Lanino

2019

Acrylic on 2 panels 

Dove 2

Deborah Lanino

2019

Acrylic on canvas 

Dove 3

Bernardino Lanino

1512-1583

Musician Angel

Deborah Lanino

2018

Acrylic on canvas 

8" x 10"

Musician Angel

Deborah Lanino

2020

Acrylic on canvas

38" x 38"

Greek cross I 

Deborah Lanino

2020

Acrylic on canvas 

38" x 38"

Greek Cross III

Deborah Lanino

2020

Acrylic on canvas 

38" x 38"

Greek Cross IV

Deborah Lanino

2020

Acrylic on canvas 

38" x 38"

Greek Cross II

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