Leighton - Baron Cimabue's Madonna Carried in Processio




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Cimabue's Celebrated Madonna, originally called Cimabue's (Celebrated) Madonna is Carried in Procession through the Streets of Florence, is an oil painting by English artist Frederic Leighton. Measuring more than two metres tall and more than five metres wide, the canvas was painted by Leighton from 1853 to 1855 in Rome as his first major work. Since 1988 it has been displayed in the National Gallery, London, on long-term loan from the Royal Collection. It is hung prominently, high above the main vestibule, directly beyond the entrance to the gallery.