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Claude Lorrain (1604/1605–1682) "Landscape with Christ appearing to St. Mary Magdalene ("Noli me tangere")" Date 1681 Dimensions: w141.1 x h84.9 cm Städel Museum

Claude Lorrain, Landscape with Christ appearing to St. Mary Magdalene (“Noli me tangere”) 1681

"The Penitent St. Mary Magdalen" Artist: Charles Parrocel (French, Paris 1688–1752 Paris) Date: 1742 Medium: Red chalk. Dimensions: 19 5/16 x 13 1/16 in. (49.1 x 33.2 cm) Classification: Drawings

"The Penitent St. Mary Magdalen" Artist: Charles Parrocel (French, Paris Paris) Date: 1742 Medium: Red chalk. Dimensions: 19 x 13 in. x cm) Classification: Drawings

Magdalena  Pseudo Granacci - St. Mary Magdalene c. 1510  Tempera on panel 49.5 x 41 cm  Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick

Mary Magdalene c. 1510 Tempera on panel x 41 cm Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick

Noli me Tangere // perhaps 1460-1550 // Imitator of Andrea Mantegna // This painting is part of the group: Three Scenes of the Passion of Christ // © The National Gallery,London

View: Imitator of Andrea Mantegna, Noli me Tangere. Read about this painting, learn the key facts and zoom in to discover more.

La Madeleine pénitente dans un paysage, huile sur cuivre de Annibale Carracci (1560-1609, Italy)

CARRACCI, Annibale The Penitent Magdalen in a Landscape (with detail) c. 1598 Oil on copper Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

Edelfelt, Albert "Mary Magdalene Kneeling, Study for the Christ and Mary Magdalene" 1890 Öljy kankaalle Height 91,00 cm Width 112,00 cm Ateneum Art Museum

Edelfelt, Albert "Mary Magdalene Kneeling, Study for the Christ and Mary Magdalene" 1890 Öljy kankaalle Height cm Width cm Ateneum Art Museum

Magdalena ( noli me tangere) Montecasino exultet roll c.1075-1080  Add.30337

Magdalena ( noli me tangere) Montecasino exultet roll

Mary Magdalen, 1857, Dante Gabriel Rossetti Size: 19.69x34.29 cm Medium: paper

Mary Magdalen, 1857, Dante Gabriel Rossetti Size: 19.69x34.29 cm Medium: paper

Noli Me Tangere identified as Hispano-Flemish, about 1550.

Noli Me Tangere identified as Hispano-Flemish, about 1550

After Luca Cambiaso | Apotheosis of Saint Mary Magdalen | The Met

"Apotheosis of Saint Mary Magdalen" Artist: Copy after - Luca Cambiaso (Italian, Moneglia Madrid) Date: Medium: Brush and black ink Dimensions: x in. x cm) Classification: Drawings

Noli Me Tangere by Fra Bartolomeo

Fra Bartolomeo Noli Me Tangere, , Musee du Louvre, Paris. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Noli Me Tangere by Fra Bartolomeo.

"Christ Appearing to St Mary Magdalen" Follower of Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione (1609-64) Creation Date: c. 1660-1700 Materials and techniques: Dark brown, blue, green, and white oil paint on paper Dimensions: 39.3 x 27.9 cm Royal Collection Trust

Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione - Christ Appearing to St Mary Magdalen

Dughet, Gaspard - Paysage montagneux romain - Gemäldegalerie, Berlin

Dughet, Gaspard - Paysage montagneux romain - Gemäldegalerie, Berlin

Workshop of the Master of the Female Half-Lengths, Saint Mary Magdalene writing

Workshop of the Master of the Female Half-Lengths, Saint Mary Magdalene writing

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