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    Nestorius

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    preaching against the title Theotokos or Mother of God, beginning to be used of the Virgin Mary. He distinguished between the logos (“divine nature”) and Christ (the Son, the Lord) as a union of divine nature and human nature. He refused to attribute the human acts and the sufferings of Jesus to the divine nature, arguing that God could not suffer on the cross, as God is omnipotent. Therefore the Virgin Mary, could not be viewed as the Mother of God, but simply as the mother of a man. St. Cyril…

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    Death Of Christus

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    The Timken Museum of art holds the painting Death of the Virgin by Petrus Christus, ca 1460-65 Putnam Foundation, oil on oak, transferred to mahogany (171.1x138.4 cm). There are six different galleries the Italian gallery, the French gallery, the American gallery, the Donna Knox sefton gallery, the Special Exhibition gallery and the Icon gallery. The Italian gallery is pink and the paintings hang from the walls on pink cords. The French gallery is a mirror image of the Italian gallery. The…

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    mother-daughter relationship between Mary and Maggie making it easier to relate to the characters and their problems. Mary develops as an ironic character in her nature as a mother and a drunk alcoholic. On the other hand, Maggie believes that despite her unfortunate childhood she can escape her mother and overcome poverty with hope for a real future. Her aspiration for a better life remains unimpaired throughout most of the novella. The relationship between Mary and Maggie invokes irony…

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    Even though they may have portrayed some aspects of true woman hood, there were actions that could be forgiven and making them become less of a true woman. The only woman that is considered the true woman is the Virgin Mary. She stays pure, doesn’t speak out of context, and is never portrayed in a way that is looked down upon. She contains all of the qualities of true womanhood, a good wife and mother, along with being pure, religious, and domestic. On the contrary Gill…

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    Mary Queen of Scots was executed on the 8th of February 1587, for high treason against the Queen. Her cousin, and Queen of England, Elizabeth I was reluctant to order the execution of Mary, as she was concerned that there would be dire consequences. The consequences were dire, but not nearly as bad as Elizabeth imagined they would be. The results of the execution impacted on the lives of the English people in many ways. Mary Stuart, or Mary I of Scotland, fled her home country of Scotland in…

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    was a tondo created in the early 1480’s and considered one of the “most famous” depictions of the Madonna during this time (Botticelli). This composition was also in pyramidal form and again the central figure was that of the female figure the Virgin Mary. Based on the story of the Virgin’s Prayer in the gospel of Luke. Botticelli visualizes a scene that religiously promotes Mary’s prayer and interprets her reply to God. In this scene we see the Madonna being crowned the Queen of Heaven by two…

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    Portraits In Colonial Peru

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    One of the common types of paintings in Colonial Peru during the 18th century was a portrait style depicting a single figure. These portraits were not created to only be a image of the person in the painting, but also to convey information about their life and their accomplishments. One of the most notable examples of this type of painting is the Portrait of Marcos Chiguan Thopa Coronilla Inca. Marcos, a royal Inca descendant is portrayed standing very similar to the posture of the Viceroys next…

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    DESCRIPTION: Literal Qualities ABOUT THE WORK: Marry Cassatt created the painting The Child’s Bath in 1893. The painting is oil on canvas and is currently in the Art Institute of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois. FROM THE WORK: Immediately we see a woman who is wearing a stripped tunic with her hair tied in a bun holding a small child who is wearing a towel around her waist. The woman appears to be washing the small child’s feet in a china bowl containing water with a pitcher nearby. The woman…

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    Images of the “Virgin of Guadalupe” seem to be everywhere. As a symbol of “freedom for the oppressed native populations” according to Jeanette Favrot Peterson author of The Virgin of Guadalupe: Symbol of Conquest or Liberation?, the Virgin of Guadalupe seems to be a reoccurring piece of art starting at the middle of the sixteenth century. A very unique piece in its own the “Virgin of Guadalupe” by Miguel Gonzalez in 1698, is part of Spanish colonial art but also consists of different techniques…

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    Elizabeth I Queen

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    time her kingdom is under a threat and in danger, she would make it to where their is no more trouble. She would do anything to keep her kingdom safe for her people, and getting everything they need. She even would not let Mary Queen of Scots take her throne. “So she had Mary on something like house arrest, but had her beheaded in 1587” (Huso). She had to do this so that she could keep her kingdom, and not let her enemies take her throne. She stayed strong for her people, she was not going to…

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