(SOLD) Study off Pinturicchio’s “Virgin and Child with St John the Baptist”

5×7 oil painting study of Our Lady after di Betto’s painting from 1452-1513! John the Baptist is fully off camera, but you can still see little Jesus’ head in the corner.


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I love the regal beauty of Pinturicchio’s (aka Bernardino di Betto) madonna. The black veil symbolizes her sorrow during the Passion, the red dress the Passion itself. The delicate gold trim and almost invisible sheer veil make Mary look like a queen.

Pinturicchio (meaning “little painter”) got his nickname for being short. He lived from 1454 to 1513 and painted a large breadth of works for the Church all throughout Italy during the Renaissance, many of which still survive to this day.


This alla prima study is part of my training arc for painting the Litany of Loretto Marian series, which I’ve begun to develop on my Patreon! You can find out more about it here.

No prints will be made of the master copy studies.

Additional information

Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 8 × 6 × 4 in


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While many items are made to order, I always strive to get your order out by the next shipping day – Tuesday and Thursday. I ship First Class USPS which generally takes 2-4 days after that to arrive at your house.

11×14 prints and canvas prints are drop shipped and will take up to 5 days to ship. Smaller prints are stocked here and ship regularly.

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Your Impact

For every order, 10% of all proceeds will go to organizations who provide resources to at risk women before and after birth.

The first is The Pregnancy Care Center of Rockford. They area a local organization to me,  providing resources and care for free to women in crisis pregnancies, from ultrasounds to parenting classes to post abortion healing.

The second is the Sisters of Life, a newer religious community founded in 1991 in New York to promote the dignity of every human life. They have houses for women to come live with them during and after their pregnancy as they get back on their feet, as well as counseling for post abortion healing, and other missions.

About the artist

Hi! I’m Monica Skrzypczak; an oil painter and rosary maker with a passion for creating beauty and bringing faith into every home. Feel free to contact me to commission a painting or a custom rosary!

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