Filippino Lippi's Carafa 'Annunciation': Theology, Artistic Conventions, and Patronage

Geiger, Gail L.
March 1981
Art Bulletin;Mar1981, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p62
Academic Journal
Examines the painting 'Annunciation,' by Filippino Lippi at the chapel of the Annunciate that belongs to the Cardinal of Naples, Italy, Oliviero Carafa. Description of the painting; Theological background of the painting; Artistic conventions in the painting; Influence of Carafa on the painting.


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