Jadwiga Kowalska

Jadwiga Kowalska

Częstochowa , Poland / Icon painter, interested in art, especially in sacral paintings and mosaics. Feel free to pin!
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The Entry of the Lord into Jerusalem. Icon in Vatopedi Monastery, Mt. Athos.

The Entry of the Lord into Jerusalem. Icon in Vatopedi Monastery, Mt. Athos.

ЧУДО Архангела Михаїла в Хонех

ЧУДО Архангела Михаїла в Хонех

Картинки по запросу как делают доски для иконописи

Картинки по запросу как делают доски для иконописи

icon of holy family other than nativity

icon of holy family other than nativity

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "прориси икон"

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "прориси икон"

ART OF THE DAY: "Icon of the Mother of God and Infant Christ (Virgin Eleousa), c. 1425-1450. This type of icon, known as the Virgin Eleousa, or Virgin of Tenderness, is characterized by the touching cheeks of mother and child in a loving moment. Attributed to Angelos Akotantos. Tempera and gold on wood panel, Unframed. Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund.    On view in Gallery 105 at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

ART OF THE DAY: "Icon of the Mother of God and Infant Christ (Virgin Eleousa), c. 1425-1450. This type of icon, known as the Virgin Eleousa, or Virgin of Tenderness, is characterized by the touching cheeks of mother and child in a loving moment. Attributed to Angelos Akotantos. Tempera and gold on wood panel, Unframed. Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund. On view in Gallery 105 at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Canticle of the Creatures - Brother Wind - Piero Casentini

Canticle of the Creatures - Brother Wind - Piero Casentini

Crucifixion | Psalter | England, perhaps London | ca. 1225 | The Morgan Library & Museum

Crucifixion | Psalter | England, perhaps London | ca. 1225 | The Morgan Library & Museum

Robert de Lindesey, Abbot of Peterborough (1214-20), is recorded as having owned two psalters, one with commentary and one without. The latter is probably this manuscript.

Robert de Lindesey, Abbot of Peterborough (1214-20), is recorded as having owned two psalters, one with commentary and one without. The latter is probably this manuscript.