Groß St. Martin, Cologne: Dreikönigstriptychon

Posted by MadScientist (Düsseldorf, Germany) on 27 February 2010 in Art & Design.

Showing scenes from the life of the Christ, created ca. 1530 in the style of the Dutch Renaissance. Probably from the Lower Rhine area.

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

Yesssssss! Thank you for posting this shot! The kind of object and art that I love!!!!

27 Feb 2010 7:31am

@Japanalia: My pleasure. :-)

António Pires from Lisbon, Portugal

It's very difficult to avoid reflections on an oil painting. You did it well. The colours seem very accurate (the ones of the stone wall are perfect, so I assume all the painting ones are accurate also).

27 Feb 2010 10:40am

@António Pires: Thanks to Aperture's white balance correction algorithm's. :-)

B.Held from Santa Fe, United States

so beautiful :)

27 Feb 2010 3:30pm

@B.Held: Looks almost like new.

Twelvebit from Victoria, United States

Fabulous painting. Looks like you could make off with it.

27 Feb 2010 4:06pm

@Twelvebit: That wouldn't be impossible, but why risk eternal perdition.

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

I suspect that the camera shows more than you see in standing there but a beautiful work for sure.

27 Feb 2010 4:57pm

@Ronnie 2¢: See Sunday's shot, it's just hanging above your head. You would be able to touch it.

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

Gorgeous compo . This is so pretty !

27 Feb 2010 7:51pm

@MARIANA: Looks very fresh, yes.

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

So rich in deep colouration, but I'm pleased you included some wall from outside of the frame. I'm not keen on seeing the rephotographing of art so close that it is difficult to know "the truth". Your picture clearly tells us that you are appreciating a piece of art.

27 Feb 2010 8:13pm

@Curly: I think you are right. :-) Thanks, Curly!

djedfre from schaumburg, United States

nicely shot - yes, the wall adds a lot!

2 Mar 2010 11:17am

@djedfre: The difference between a museum shot and a picture that is still in use and hopefully will be so for the next several hundred years.


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