In 1869, Karl Eduard von Liphart, the central figure of taglia 34 uomo the German expatriate art colony in Florence, recognized it as a youthful work by da Vinci, one of the first attributions of a surviving work to the youthful Leonardo.
The subject matter is drawn from.
The marble table in front of the Virgin probably"s the tomb of Piero and Giovanni de' Medici in the Basilica of San Lorenzo, Florence, which Verrocchio had sculpted during this same period.
Archangel Gabriel kneels before the Virgin, proffering a lily.Restoration has also revaluated the innumerable varieties of flowers studied from life in the meadow in the foreground, and the surprising luminosity of the landscape.When, tthe Annunciation came to the Uffizi in 1867, from the Olivetan monastery of San Bartolomeo, near Florence, it was ascribed to Domenico Ghirlandaio, who was, like Leonardo, an apprentice in the workshop of Andrea del Verrocchio.Uffizi, Leonardo da Vinci, Annunciation Archived at the Wayback Machine Brown, David Alan (1998).The details of its commission and its early history remain obscure.In some details the influence of Verrocchio, or perhaps Leonardo's homage to his master, can be recongnized, especially in the memorable base supporting the lectern (resting on a circular disc inscribed in a square) reminiscent of the famous porphyry sarcophagus with lion's paws and floral.Verrocchio used lead-based paint and heavy brush strokes.Luke.26-39 and depicts the angel, gabriel, sent by God to announce to a virgin, Mary, that she would miraculously conceive and give birth to a son, to be named.Jest to pierwszy obraz artysty.Her pose, with knees evenly spread and covered with broad and supple drapery, gives her a strong monumental character.Studium rękawa, spis treści."netzeitung kulturnews: Da-Vinci-Gemälde lässt sich leonardo da vinci born april 15 1452 nicht anketten" (in German).Te cechy pozwalają przypuszczać, iż jest to jedna z najwcześniejszych prac malarza.The sacred event of the, annunciation seems to take place at dawn, within a refined, aristocratic setting which symbolically emphasizes Mary's regal nature.