Illustration to this important poem, each sheet illustrating one verse and depicting the Virgin in various 'roles', venerated by saints or with the holy family .1750s  Engraving and etching

Recto Illustration to this important poem, each sheet illustrating one verse and depicting the Virgin in various 'roles', venerated by saints or with the holy family Engraving and etching © The Trustees of the British Museum

Carmelite spirituality and the practice of mental prayer: January 2008

Carmelite spirituality and the practice of mental prayer: January 2008

This baroque engraving by Klauber shows Mary as the Gate of Heaven, one of her titles from the Litany of Loreto.

Illustration to this important poem, each sheet illustrating one verse and depicting the Virgin in various 'roles', venerated by saints or with the holy family Engraving and etching

US $60.00 Used in Collectibles, Religion & Spirituality, Christianity

From whom are all things, through whom are all things, and in whom are all things: to him be glory for evermore.

US $60.00 Used in Collectibles, Religion & Spirituality, Christianity

US $60.00 Used in Collectibles, Religion & Spirituality, Christianity

Catholic, Printmaking, Roman Catholic

Klauber, Joseph Sebastian, ca. 1700-1768; Klauber, Johann Baptist, 1712-ca. 1787

Klauber, Joseph Sebastian, ca.

Catechism, Rococo, Catholic, Patterns, Roman Catholic

Catholic, Roman Catholic

Saint_Ignatius_of_Loyola._Engraving_by_C._Klauber._Wellcome_V0033307.jpg (2100×3438)

Saint_Ignatius_of_Loyola._Engraving_by_C._Klauber._Wellcome_V0033307.jpg (2100×3438)

"Saint Mary Magdalene" Gottfried Bernhard Göz (Germany, Welehrad, 1708-1774)…

etchings Etching Sheet: 6 x 4 in. plate: 5 x 3 in. x cm) Gift of Mrs. Irene Salinger in memory of her father, Adolph Stern Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Catholic, Roman Catholic

Christ crucified with the Virgin to left and St John the Evangelist to right.1750s  Engraving with etching

Recto Christ crucified with the Virgin to left and St John the Evangelist to Engraving with etching © The Trustees of the British Museum

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