Transfiguration of Christ (Bellini)
|Transfiguration of Christ|
|Medium||Oil on panel|
|Dimensions||116 cm × 154 cm (46 in × 61 in)|
|Location||Museo di Capodimonte, Naples|
By this time Bellini had abandoned Gothic art and outgrown the influence of Mantegna. The picture shows a more relaxed style than his earlier Transfiguration. The work is signed IOANNES BELLINUS on a small chart hanging from the fence in the foreground. The leaves of the tree on the right, as well as the faces of James and Peter, are from a later restoration.
- "Web Gallery of Art, searchable fine arts image database". Web Gallery of Art, searchable fine arts image database. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
- Ballarin, A. (1987). "Bellini". Diccionario Larousse de la pintura. Planeta-De Agostini. ISBN 84-395-0649-X.
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