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"Madonna and Child Enthroned" -Gentile da Fabriano (1420)

"Madonna and Child Enthroned" -Gentile da Fabriano (1420)

Mary with Child by Cicely Mary Barker Framed Image

Mary with Child by Cicely Mary Barker Framed Image

Imre Gergely (1868 – 1914, Hungarian) - Madonna with child with putti

Imre Gergely (1868 – 1914, Hungarian)

Imre Gergely (1868 – 1914, Hungarian) - Madonna with child with putti

Round rather than the usual rectangle, the shape of this icon recalls the endless love between God and humanity. God seen in the human form of the Child Jesus, and humanity, represented by the Virgin Mary. Mother and Child wear expressions of deepest compassion and tenderness as they contemplate the process of redemption that they have begun together.

Round rather than the usual rectangle, the shape of this icon recalls the endless love between God and humanity. God seen in the human form of the Child Jesus, and humanity, represented by the Virgin Mary. Mother and Child wear expressions of deepest compassion and tenderness as they contemplate the process of redemption that they have begun together.

Since the middle ages the Black Madonna has been a religious icon steeped in symbolism. Most often associated with Cathalocism, it appears in the sanctuaries of other faiths as well.

Since the middle ages the Black Madonna has been a religious icon steeped in symbolism. Most often associated with Cathalocism, it appears in the sanctuaries of other faiths as well.

Пьетро Лоренцетти (Pietro Lorenzetti). Мадонна деи Трамонти. 1330 г. Пьетро Лоренцетти Нижняя церковь св Франциска, Ассизи.

Пьетро Лоренцетти (Pietro Lorenzetti). Мадонна деи Трамонти. 1330 г. Пьетро Лоренцетти Нижняя церковь св Франциска, Ассизи.

1908 Christmas Postcard of Madonna and Child-Bodenhausen-Art Series Religious

Earth Alone (Earthrise Book 1

This simple and elegant icon of the Virgin and Child is patterned after a very famous original, painted in 12th century Constantinople, and referred to by many names; “The Virgin of Tenderness," “The Soul of Russia," and most frequently, “Our Lady of Vladimir." The optional memorial of Our Lady under this title is celebrated on May 21.

This simple and elegant icon of the Virgin and Child is patterned after a very famous original, painted in 12th century Constantinople, and referred to by many names; “The Virgin of Tenderness," “The Soul of Russia," and most frequently, “Our Lady of Vladimir." The optional memorial of Our Lady under this title is celebrated on May 21.

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