Not currently on view . The Marriage of the Virgin (Desposorios del la Virgen), Pedro Ramírez (Mexico, 1638-1679), 1668, Paintings, Oil on canvas on wood panel, Pedro Ramírez descended from a prominent family of sculptors and altarpiece-makers. 25v. Perugino’s influence is seen in the emphasis on perspectives, in the graded relationships between the figures and the architecture, and in the lyrical sweetness of the figures. 208 Hamilton Hall Mail Code 2805 1130 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY 10027. Object Details. College Offices. Unit: Raphael. Davenport, IA, USA, Figge Art Museum (current location) Introduction. The Virgin’s pose is similar to that of Saint Susannah by François Duquesnoy (1597-1643) in the Church of Santa Maria di Loreto in Rome, which inspired it in a variety of ways. To avoid potential data charges from your carrier, we recommend making sure your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network before downloading. Marriage of the Virgin. 1620-1635 . The Marriage of the Virgin: Artist: Niccolò di Buonaccorso: Artist dates: documented 1372; died 1388: Date made: about 1380: Medium and support: Egg tempera on poplar: Dimensions: 50.9 x 33 cm: Inscription summary: Signed: Acquisition credit: Bought, 1881: Inventory number: NG1109: Location: Room 52: Art route(s) A: Collection : Main Collection: The Marriage of the Virgin. Columbia College. Facebook; Twitter; Instagram; Contact Us. Creator. Columbia University in the City of New York. The Marriage of the Virgin. The Marriage of the Virgin, also known as Lo Sposalizio, is an oil painting by the Italian High Renaissance artist Raphael.Completed in 1504 for the Franciscan church of San Francesco, Città di Castello, the painting depicts a marriage ceremony between Mary and Joseph.It changed hands several times before settling in 1806 at the Pinacoteca di Brera. Open Content images tend to be large in file-size. Mary’s suitors were invited to the temple, each armed with a wooden rod. This Virgin Mary’s marriage to Joseph is told in the Golden Legend, a thirteenth-century compilation of the lives of the saints. Ms. 101 (2008.3), fol. Unknown Leaf: 11.9 × 17 cm (4 11/16 × 6 11/16 in.) ColumbiaCollege@columbia.edu 212-854-2441. Date: 1504. Other articles where The Marriage of the Virgin is discussed: Raphael: Apprenticeship at Perugia: …inspired Raphael’s first major work, The Marriage of the Virgin (1504). Painted in Mexico City by Luis Juárez, this painting represents the wedding of the Virgin Mary to Saint Joseph. The man whose rod bloomed would win her hand in marriage. Title: The Marriage of the Virgin. Juárez, Luis (1585-1638) Location. Date. Marriage of the Virgin.