Is There a Flying Saucer In a 15th Century Painting?


For the most part, it appears as though most of the Renaissance works at the time had religious themes in them as they all appeared to showcase virgins embracing their children, angels, and apostles sitting in the background and a huge array of other recognizable Bible icons that were meant to stir a reaction from the believers at the time.

But, did you know that there is a fifteenth-century painting in which you can clearly see a UFO? This painting is known as the “La Madonna con bambino e San Giovannino” or “The Madonna with the Child and Saint John”.

To most, this painting won’t really stand out as it simply shows Virgin Mary with her child Saint John who embraces baby Jesus in his hands.

But, upon closer look, you can clearly see the UFO sticking out from the top right corner as it flies through the sky above the sea.

This is a circular unidentified object you’re looking at that clearly hovers above the water level while also spreading sun rays around it.

If you’d look even closer you could see that a man on the ground can see the object in the sky.

You can find the painting at the Sala d’Ercole of the Palazzo Vecchio Museum in Florence Italy and although we don’t know who the original painter was for sure experts believe that it was either Sebastiano Mainardi or Jacopo del Sellai.

Is this really a flying saucer? Experts tend to believe so.

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Nancy Thames

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