Presentation of Mary

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  • Robert Campin's The Mérode Altarpiece Analysis

    1425-1428, oil on oak) in this painting. Of course, mainly because Rogier van der Weyden was a student of Robert Campin. But in my opinion, there is this very similar spirituality that is laid down on both paintings, and it was something that Robert could teach Rogier, it was something they both had (and possibly what established their connection.) In “The Mérode Altarpiece” “the smallest details are meticulously worked to reflect reality on a two-dimensional plane. Illusionistic effects are…

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  • Figural Painting Analysis

    to the viewer. The painting now speaks for itself in the ways in which the artist chooses to paint the intended subject. Now we see clear figural depictions of important people in the catholic faith, which in the case we concluded to be the Virgin Mary and her son,…

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  • The Penitent Magdalene Analysis

    Anne”, there is peculiar detail of Mary sitting upon the lap of St. Anne, this is peculiar not because of the action itself but its meaning, which as far we know, which is that there is none. But their placement is intentional, if we look upon St. Anne right arm is obscured by Mary’s, but…

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  • Consequences Of The Other Wes Moore And The Other Wes Moore

    Wes Moore and the other Wes Moore grew up in the same area at roughly the same time, but both had very different outcomes in their lives. One of them became a Rhode scholar and the other one ended up with a life sentence in prison. Their lives were very similar while they were young, both grew up in a bad neighborhood and they also did not have fathers. While growing up both were not good in school which bothered one mother, but the other did not care as much. The decision they made ultimately…

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  • Saint Luke The Evangelist

    Paul says that all he has left is Luke, who stays supportive of him. Luke had a spot in the heart of many of the females around him because of his many skills, kind and loyal ways, and his devotion to God and Jesus Christ. According to Luke, “Hail Mary full of grace” was spoken at the Annunciation and “Blessed are you and blessed is the fruit of your womb Jesus” are spoken by Mary’s cousin Elizabeth. Luke is responsible for the stories about Jesus disappearing in Jerusalem as…

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  • The Idea Of Hope

    Mary is represented as icons, drawings, paintings, and apparitions, such as La Santa Muerte, La Negrita, Our Lady of the Rock, Madonna, The Virgin of Guadalupe, and Our Lady of the Wall. With there still being many more, all of this just undoubtedly proves…

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  • King's Claudiocester: Unity And Harmony

    “to commemorate such great nuptial ceremonies, [Claudius] built the city which he called Claudiocester”: Unity and Harmony The roll-maker used women to prove a political point that peace, harmony and greatness could be expected from a king if he had a loving and supportive wife. Women were carefully selected by the roll-maker to exhibit this idea in a variety of differing scenarios. If women inspired their husbands to do great things, created successful lineages, had a useful heritage, or were…

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  • Wilthia Spann Analysis

    Museum in France. The subject of the piece is the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ as a baby. During that 13th century, the Virgin Mary was favored to being the subject of many artworks. The piece represents the passion of love that Mary has for her son. It represents…

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  • Characteristics Of Michelangelo Buonarroti

    marble more than any other sculpture he created to make it extra shiny. The sculpture presents the Virgin Mary holding the deceased body of Christ in her arms after he was put down from the cross, then later was placed inside the tomb. The most common form being sculptured at that time was the Pietas. Michelangelo’s version of Pietas is a lot less…

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  • Is Jesus Christ Human, Divine, Or Both?

    mentioned in Wilkens book, but also many times in the Bible. Galatians 4:4 states that “But when the set time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of a women and born under the law” (2, pg. 1062). This means God had the perfect time set for His son who Mary had given birth to under the Jewish law to go and redeem those who believe in Christ (1, pg. 1976). John 1:14 says “The word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came…

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