The Annunciatory Angel by Fra Angelico was painted between 1450 and 1455. DIA Director and CEO Graham Beal notes Angelico was a Dominican monk who "dedicated himself to representing God's glory with stunning simplicity." The Detroit Institute of Arts owns a large collection of 15th Century art from the time of Richard III. With the discovery of the long lost monarch's remains, here's a sampling of works in their collection from the time of the fabled king.
Virgin of the Rose Garden was painted between 1475 and 1480
Tobias and Three Archangels was painted by Italian Neri di Bicci in 1471
Catherine of Aragon as the Magdalen was painted by Michel Sittow
Saint Jerome in the Desert was painted between 1450 and 1465
Gentleman of the Trivulzio Family was painted by Italian Bernardino dei Conti
Massacre of the Innocents by Italian Bernardino Jacopi Butinone between 1450 and 1510
Virgin and St John at the Foot of the Cross is a metal cut printed in black on laid paper.
This gothic armor was designed by German Lorenz Helmschmied in 1485 or later
The Swan Goose Among the Water Reeds was painted with ink on silk in the 15th Century
This European Rucellai Shield was carved from sandstone between 1450 and 1480
This carved ivory Pax sculpture is dated to the 15th Century
Qur'an Folio is a Turkish manuscript written with ink, color and gold on paper
Head of a Youth is dated between 1456 and 1470
This Native American Head Effigy Vessel is dated between 1300 and 1500