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For example, we will use microscopes, magnifying glasses and other age-appropriate scientific tools. When the children complete their education at the WELC, they will have a foundation and an appreciation for the wonders and beauty of our universe. Music, drama and art are integral parts of the WELC program, both as individual subjects and as tools for learning math, science, reading and Jewish studies.
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Children are exposed to various art mediums, many types of music and instruments, and role-playing experiences within the classroom. The goal of our Jewish studies curriculum is to give our students a solid foundation in Jewish life, language and ritual.
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The present canvas remained unpublished until the s. The work was correctly attributed in the sale catalogue, where it formed a pair with a Presentation of the Virgin now considered to be by Pietro Faccini ca.
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Attempts have been made to identify the present canvas as the one recorded among the possessions of the Ludovisi family, but this has not been proved as the description of the painting in the inventory is too imprecise. The present canvas entered the Thyssen-Bornemisza collection in The passage in question mentions the principal figures depicted here in the foreground.
These figures are Simeon, the old man with his head covered who leans forward to receive the Christ Child in his arms and who would not die until he had set eyes on the Saviour, as the Holy Spirit had told him; Anne, holding a stone tablet with the words of Simeon; and the Holy Family.
Following the Gospel account, the scene takes place on the steps that lead into the temple and Carracci remains close to the biblical text. Various works from this period have been compared to the present canvas.
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They include The Birth of the Virgin ca. Secondly, The Birth of Saint John the Baptist in the Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna, has a similar figure of the Virgin, while in general the folds of the drapery and the manner in which it falls is similar in both works, and the figure of Saint Elizabeth in the Bologna canvas is comparable to that of the Prophetess Anna in this work. Mar Borobia.