Santa Cecilia (1637) Jusepe Martínez, Museo de Bellas Artes. Zaragoza

Jusepe Martínez, [Practicable Discourses of the Most Noble Art of Painting]

Santa Cecilia, Lorenzo Pasinelli (1629-1700)

The Forgotten Perspective – Female Violinists of the Baroque Era

St Cecilia with a Choir, Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri) (1581-1641), italian

Cecilia with a Choir (oil on canvas) Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri)

"Santa Cecilia" de Vicente Berdusán (1632 - 1697). Museo de Navarra.

"Santa Cecilia" de Vicente Berdusán (1632 - 1697). Museo de Navarra.

Pietro da Cortona (Pietro Berrettini) (1596-1669). Santa Cecilia, 1620-25, The National Gallery, Londra.

Saint Cecilia Pietro da Cortona (Italian, Oil on canvas. Saint Cecilia was an early Christian Martyr and holds the palm of martyrdom. She is the patron saint of music, and the portable organ seen on the left

Antiveduto Gramatica, o della Grammatica (Siena, 1571-Roma, 1626), Santa Cecilia,  Museo del Prado, Madrid

Antiveduto Gramatica, o della Grammatica (Siena, 1571-Roma, 1626), Santa Cecilia, Museo del Prado, Madrid

Giuseppe Cesari, detto il Cavalier d'Arpino (Arpino 1568 - Roma 1640), Santa Cecilia con l’organo portatile, un’altra santa e un putto,

Santa Cecilia con l’organo portatile, un’altra santa e un putto

St. Cecilia Playing the Organ, by Jacques Stella. For keyboard instruments at the Horniman, visit #AtHomeWithMusic in the Music Gallery: http://www.horniman.ac.uk/visit/displays/music-gallery

St. Cecilia Playing the Organ

Bartolomeo Schedoni - St Cecily and an Angel. Italian draughtsman and painter of the Mannerist school; known for his unrestrained use of primary colours and almost metallic-like effects; born Formigine, near Modena (1578), died Parma (1615).

Bartolomeo Schedoni - St Cecily and an Angel. Italian draughtsman and painter of the Mannerist school; known for his unrestrained use of primary colours and almost metallic-like effects;

c. 1630—Italian artist Ortensio Crespi’s St. Cecilia - pinterest

anastpaul: “ Blessed Memorial of St Cecilia – November 22 For centuries St. Cecilia has remained one of the church’s most beloved saints. Parents give their daughters her lovely name, which means “lily of heaven.” However, all we know about Cecilia.

Carlo Saraceni. The Martyrdom of St. Cecilia, 1610. Oil on canvas, 53 1/2 x 38 3/4 in.(574×800)

thisblueboy: “ Carlo Saraceni (Italian, - The Martyrdom of St. Cecilia, Los Angeles County Museum of Art ”

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