Noli me tangere
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Noli mi tangere or Mi mou aptou
The "Cretan" version of the Mi mou aptou, or Noli me tangere icon- The influence of this school (the Cretan School of iconography that flourished in my home town, Heraklion from 1400-1600) is evident in the bright colors chosen for the image and the long flowing hair of St Mary Magdalene
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"Noli Me Tangere" Predella panel from an altarpiece from the convent of Sant'Elisabetta delle Convertite, Florence, the main panel of which is in the Courtauld Institute Galleries, London (The Lee Collection, 61); companion to three panels in the John G. Johnson Collection, Philadelphia Museum of Art (Cat. 44, 45, 47) Made in Florence, Italy, Europe c. 1484-91 Sandro Botticelli (Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi), Italian (active Florence and Rome), 1445 - 1510 Tempera on panel
Piero della Francesca | The Resurrection, Museo Civico, Sansepolcro. The composition is divided into two separate perspective zones. The lower area, where the artist has placed the sleeping guards, has a very low vanishing point. Above the figures of the sleeping sentries, Piero has placed the watchful Christ, no longer seen from below, but perfectly frontally. The resurrected Christ, is a perfect representative of Piero's human ideal: concrete, restrained and hieratic as well.
Christ Appearing to Mary Magdalene ("Noli Me Tangere") | The Art Institute of Chicago
Southern Netherlands, possibly Brussels Christ Appearing to Mary Magdalene ("Noli Me Tangere"), 1485/1500 Wool, silk, and gilt-metal-strip-wrapped silk, slit tapestry weave with some 2:2 interlacing in alternate alignment of some gilt-metal-strip-wrapped silk wefts 111.2 x 111.5 cm (43 3/4 x 43 7/8 in.)
(#92) An Urbino maiolica dish, workshop of Orazio Fontana, circa 1540
AN URBINO MAIOLICA DISH, WORKSHOP OF ORAZIO FONTANA, CIRCA 1540 painted with the 'noli me tangere’ scene of Christ appearing to Mary Magdalene beside a ruined column, in an extensive landscape with figures 42.5cm., 16 3/4 in. Sotheby's
Imitator of Andrea Mantegna | The Maries at the Sepulchre | NG1381
Imitator of Andrea MANTEGNA , about 1430/1 - 1506 "The Maries at the Sepulchre" Date: perhaps 1460-1550 Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: 42.5 x 31.1 cm This painting is by an imitator of Mantegna, and from the same series as 'The Resurrection' and 'Noli me Tangere'. They are all close in style and subject to Mantegna's works of this period, and may record lost drawings or engravings which he designed. The National Gallery.