Assumption of Virgin is a large oil painting produced between 1516 and 1518 by Italian artist Titian .
Above Mary the Virgin, the heavenly zone is drawn with the golden color depicting as light (below her set the following Saint Thomas, Saint Peter and Saint Andrew). They all are stunned by the miraculous happening to their savior but also were distraught at losing her (the mother of Christ). They implore the mother of Christ to stay with them but her gaze is already directed towards Heaven. She was awaited by God and the face looks with a strict yet sad face on her children below.
Titian’s painting Assumption of the Virgin adds inspiration from several sources and paintings outside of the Venice. Many include from The Sisting Madonna which was completed between 1513 and 1514 also some other works of Raphael were taken and Michelangelo’s Genesis fresco was also taken from the Sistine Chapel.