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Panini - St Paul at Malta, grasping the viper N070479

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Filename: N070479.jpg

Size: 3692 x 4500 (15.4MB)

Date: 19th September 2011

Source: Historic England

Credit: Historic England Photo Library

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

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Panini - St Paul at Malta, grasping the viper N070479

APSLEY HOUSE, London. " St Paul at Malta, grasping the viper" 1735 by Giovanni Paolo PANINI (1691-1765). WM 1502-1948. Pannini

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Column Italian Painting Pillar Religion

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> Fine Art > Apsley House paintings

> Fine Art > Architectural compositions

> Fine Art > Biblical and mythical scenes

> Heritage > English Stately Homes > Apsley House > Artworks at Apsley House

EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases the magnificent painting "Panini - St Paul at Malta, grasping the viper" by Italian artist Giovanni Paolo Panini. Created in 1735, this masterpiece is housed in APSLEY HOUSE, London and holds a significant place in art history. The image depicts an awe-inspiring scene where St. Paul fearlessly confronts a venomous viper on the island of Malta. The composition beautifully captures the intensity of the moment as St. Paul's hand firmly grasps the serpent while his expression exudes determination and faith. Panini's meticulous attention to detail is evident through his skillful brushwork and use of vibrant colors that bring life to every element within the painting. The architectural elements such as columns and pillars add depth and grandeur to this religious tableau. This remarkable artwork not only serves as a testament to Panini's artistic prowess but also reflects upon themes of courage, divine intervention, and triumph over adversity. It invites viewers to contemplate their own personal struggles and find solace in faith. Preserved by Historic England Photo Library, this print allows admirers from around the world to appreciate Panini's genius up close. Whether you are an art enthusiast or simply drawn towards spiritual narratives, this image offers a glimpse into one of Italy's most celebrated masterpieces that continues to inspire generations with its timeless beauty.

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