This article features most famous painting around the theme of Spirituality of art. Spirituality means connected to God by any means; Several artists like Leonardo da Vinci, Titian and Angelo painted many paintings depicting Gods and there message to humanity.
St. John the Baptist by Leonardo da Vinci
St. John the Baptist is a painting produced by Leonardo da Vinci between 1513 and 1516. It is believed that this painting was Leonardo da Vinci last painting as he died in 1519. The painting depicted St. John the Baptist in isolation.
The Entombment by Michelangelo
The Entombment is a painting produced by Michelangelo between 1500 and 1501. Jesus body is being placed in a garden tomb shown by this painting. The Entombment is an unfinished painting by the Italian artist and can be viewed at National Gallery, London.
Diana and Actaeon by Titian
Diana and Actaeon is a painting produced by Titian between 1556 and 1559. The National Gallery of London and The National Gallery of Scotland together bought this painting for 50 million euros. This painting can be viewed at National Gallery, London.
Christ among Doctors by Albrecht Dürer
Christ among doctors is a painting produced by Albrecht Dürer in 1506. In this painting, the german painter shows the index finger of Christ left hand was touching the right hand thumb. The painting can be viewed at Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, Spain.
Assumption of Virgin by Titian
Assumption of Virgin is a large painting produced by Titian between 1516 and 1518. This painting is one of the largest altarpieces in the city of Venice. Assumption of Virgin can be viewed at Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice.
Danae with Nursemaid by Titian
Danae with Nursemaid is a painting produced by Titian between 1553 and 1554. The Italian artist was about fifty years old when he painted the first series of the Danae. The work can be viewed at Museo del Prado, Madrid.
What is truth? Christ and Pilate by Nikolai Nikolaevich Ge
What is truth? Christ and Pilate is a painting produced by Nikolai Nikolaevich Ge in 1890. The theme of this painting is inspired from 18th chapter of the Gospel according to John. This painting can be viewed at Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia.
Virgin of the Rocks by Leonardo da Vinci
Virgin of the Rocks is a painting produced by Leonardo da Vinci between 1483 and 1486. Madonna of the Rocks is another painting which is similar to this painting except for some significant details. This painting can be viewed at The Louvre in Paris.
The Sistine Madonna by Raphael
The Sistine Madonna is a painting produced by Raphael in 1512. Giorgio Vasari said that the work in The Sistine Madonna is truly extraordinary. Raphael painted one of the last Madonna in this canvas. This painting can be viewed at Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden.
Coronation of the Virgin by Fra Angelico
Coronation of the Virgin is a painting produced by Fra Angelico in 1432. During 14th-18th century, Coronation of Mary was one of the common subjects that artists wanted to paint for. The painting can be viewed at Uffizi Gallery, Florence.