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IMG_3010FD Pierre Paul Rubens 1577-1640 Anvers La Transfiguration The Transfiguration 1605 Nancy Musée des Beaux Arts.

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Pierre Paul Rubens 1577-1640 Anvers La Transfiguration The Transfiguration 1605 Nancy Musée des Beaux Arts. C'est une reprise du thème de la peinture de Raphaël qui est exposée au Vatican It is a reprise of the theme of Raphael's painting which is exposed in the Vatican LA TRANSFIGURATION Le tableau a été commandé à Raphaël par Jules de Medicis, futur Pape Clement VII. Raphaël est mort en avril 1420 sans avoir achevé le tableau qui est terminé sans doute par Giulio Romano. Le tableau n'est pas évidemment compréhensible car on ne voit pas très bien le lien entre la scène du haut (la Transfiguration) et celle du bas. Raphaël a réuni deux scènes différentes, mais qui se suivent, des Evangiles selon Mathieu : En haut : La Tranfiguration. En présence des Prophètes Moïse et Elie, à laquelle assistent les trois apôtres Pierre, Jacques, et Jean, et deux saints. La Transfiguration est une annonce de la Résurrection et de l'Ascension.. En Bas : La Guérison d'un épileptique par le Christ, après que ses disciples aient échoué. La scène met en présence le père et la mère de l'épileptique ( en vert) et le public qui les accompagne et soutient leur demande de guérison, les 9 apôtres qui ne parviennent pas à guérir l'épileptique, et sans doute Marie de Magdala, la jeune femme au centre. Le tableau n'a jamais été très clairement expliqué, et il en existe plusieurs interprétations. Le thème a été repris, mais interprété différemment par Pierre Paul Rubens THE TRANSFIGURATION The painting was commissioned from Raphael by Jules de Medicis, future Pope Clement VII. Raphael died in April 1420 without having completed the painting which was probably finished by Giulio Romano. The painting is obviously not understandable because we do not see very well the link between the scene at the top (the Transfiguration) and the one at the bottom. Raphael has brought together two different but consecutive scenes from the Gospels according to Matthew: At the top: The Transfiguration. In the presence of the Prophets Moses and Elijah, attended by the three apostles Peter, James, and John, and two saints. The Transfiguration is an announcement of the Resurrection and Ascension... Bottom: The Healing of an epileptic by Christ, after his disciples have failed. The scene brings together the father and mother of the epileptic ( in green) and the public accompanying them and supporting their request for healing, the 9 apostles who fail to heal the epileptic, and no doubt Mary Magdalene, the young woman at the centre. The table has never been very clearly explained, and there are several interpretations of it. The theme was taken up again, but interpreted differently by Pierre Paul Rubens



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