Maria Magdalena1480 by Carlo Crivelli

c. 1480. With Crivelli, the so-called ‘International Gothic’ style experienced its final flowering in Italy. This perfectly preserved panel was painted towards the end of his career. It served as the altarpiece of a provincial church dedicated to Mary Magdalene in the sparsely populated rural area of the Marches where Crivelli lived. The penitent harlot Mary Magdalene; possible attributes: book (or scroll), crown, crown of thorns, crucifix... (
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Dimensions (h/w/d): 60 19 (152 49)
Location: Rijksmuseum , Amsterdam