Renaissance & Baroque(Dutch) Collection

              (these were our first designs which, at the time, we at the FAHS thought that the fewer the number of                                       colors the better for our stitching customers. Thus, a few of these, although are lacking in realistic detail compared                              to the majority of our designs , still remain charming representations.)

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#67 - The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo

This is The Creation of Adam, taking its divine inspiration from Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel in the Vatican. From the hand of the Renaissance genius, Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564), this timeless masterpiece continues to astound art lovers, fascinate art historians, and influence generations of artists. Faithfully adapted for your stitching pleasure, this authentic reproduction will become a centerpiece in your home. Friends and family will also love the cross-stitch kit, with its elegant Zweigart Cashell linen and brilliant DMC embroidery floss.

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 41
  • Stitch Count: 350w X 137h
  • Finished Size: 25" x 9 æ" on 28 count linen that's stitched over two linen threads for each cross stitch.
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#65 - Baby Jesus by Michelangelo

Behold the heavenly Baby Jesus from Michelangelo's Tondo Doni. Housed in the world renowned Uffizi Gallery in Florence, this painting remains one of the greatest treasures of the Italian Renaissance. This exquisite masterpiece is now available for you to recreate in cross-stitch or needlepoint grandeur.

Created during the first blush of youthful genius, this precious painting reflects the spirit of confidence and idealism which filled Michelangelo’s early years. Tenderly rendering this most holy of themes as a chubby, thoroughly huggable infant, Michelangelo portrayed the ideal of childhood as none other. This design will be a lovely centerpiece in a family room.

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 14
  • Stitch Count: 99w X 120h
  • Finished Size: 7" x 8.5" when stitched on 14 count white Aida cloth.

#66 - Venus (Birth of Venus) by Allessandro Botticelli

This is the refreshing Birth of Venus by Allessandro Botticelli. A vision of loveliness, the stitched reproduction is impressive when framed or makes a charming pillow top to complement your decor. A delightful addition to your collection of needlework charts or kits.

Commissioned by the Medici Family to create a number of allegorical works, none is as enigmatic or lovely as this, Botticelli’s greatest picture. In Birth of Venus, the artist celebrates the mythological goddess as the ideal of natural youthful elegance and innocence. Symbolizing the personification of beauty and truth, this faithful adaptation represents an eternal source of divine grace and love.

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 13
  • Stitch Count: 128w X 142h
  • Finished Size: 9.25" x 10.25" when stitched on 14 count light blue Aida cloth.

 

#64 - Angel (Ignudo) by Michelangelo

This is the divine Angel (Ignudo), from Michelangelo's acclaimed Sistine Chapel in the Vatican. Imagine the pride you will feel bringing this most famous of angels to your home! This easy to stitch adaptation is ready for you, and your satisfaction is guaranteed when recreating and displaying this priceless treasure from the Golden Age of Great Art!

The vastness and harmony of the Sistine ceiling undeniably makes it the greatest painting ever created. With over 300 monumental figures which narrate the most solemn theme of all--the creation, fall and redemption of man--Michelangelo produced this unparalleled masterpiece of some 5,800 square feet in four years! But it will take you no time at all to recreate the beautiful Angel (Ignudo) who represents the unquenchable life force that originated with God's creation of Adam.

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 12
  • Stitch Count: 106w X 129h
  • Finished Size: 7.5" x 9.5" when stitched on 14 count

#61 - Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci

The most famous face in the world­she’s the ever mysterious Mona Lisa, by Leonardo da Vinci. Like a latter-day Helen of Troy, she has inspired countless odes from both poets and vocalists alike. Stitch this authentic adaptation to create an enigmatic centerpiece in any traditional room. Your satisfaction is guaranteed when recreating this classic in needlework grandeur.

Presently housed at the Louvre in Paris, Mona Lisa continues to haunt the imagination of the millions of visitors who pilgrimage every year to catch a glimpse of her famous smile! As the quintessential ‘Renaissance Man’, Leonardo da Vinci remains the greatest creative genius in the history of the world. As painter, engineer, architect, inventor and scientist his achievements remain unparalleled.

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 13
  • Stitch Count: 110w X 139h
  • Finished Size: 8" x 10" when stitched on 14 count Aida cloth.

 

#63 - Girl with a Pearl Earring by Jan Vermeer

This is the exquisite Girl With A Pearl Earring by Jan Vermeer, one of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s most prized masterpieces! With our adaptation, this evocative Dutch girl can be yours, so that you, the cross stitch enthusiast can re-create her with the same careful and loving artistic spirit.

Working and living during the seventeenth century, this shy Dutch artist produced only about forty paintings in his lifetime. Sometimes spending years on each canvas, Vermeer painted graceful scenes of domestic bliss, and engaging portraits of Dutch maidens dressed in elegant costumes. The ethereal light which fills this young beauty with gentle radiance will bring a bright touch of elegance to any decor.

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 18
  • Stitch Count: 120w X 132h
  • Finished Size: 8.5" x 9" when stitched on 14 count black Aida cloth.

#62 - The Lacemaker by Jab Vermeer

This is the tranquil The Lacemaker by Jan Vermeer. A lovely commemoration of the needleworkers art, you will delight in recreating this museum masterpiece. An attractive addition to your decor, our kit or chart will also make a welcome gift.

Known for his enchanting scenes of domestic bliss, Vermeer's paintings of the Baroque Dutch Golden Age were readily collected by the most discerning of 17th century European royalty. In this faithful adaptation, Vermeer drenches the young maiden in The Lacemaker, with a soft glowing light that fills the scene with an other-worldly sense of peace and grace.  

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 20
  • Stitch Count: 120w X 120h
  • Finished Size: 8.5" x 8.5" when stitched on 14 count white Aida cloth.
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