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the-evil-clergyman · 2 days
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Mary Magdalene by Alfred Stevens (1887)
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lionofchaeronea · 5 hours
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St. Matthew and the Angel, Nicolas Régnier, ca. 1622-25
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notpikaman · 7 hours
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illustratus · 29 days
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(Details) Saint Jerome and Saint Catherine of Alexandria
Unknown artist from Bruges or Brussels, ca. 1480-90
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prodboycat · 1 month
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jesus touch by alexei shulgin & aristarkh chernyshev, 2014
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idafloreak · 7 months
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Horizons
Oil on wood 8x10"
Ida Floreak 2022
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amatesura · 2 months
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Carved wooden head of a christian martyr, ivory teeth, with severed head showing accurate anatomical detail. The spinal cord, oesophagus and vertebrae are intricately carved and clearly visible. From the chapel of an abbey in Champagne, France, 16th century.
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taxidermychrist · 3 months
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remake of another piece. get this version as sticker <3
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satanasaeternus · 5 months
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Saint Rose Tempted by the Devil - Cristóbal de Villalpando, 1697
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eirene · 2 months
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The Penitent Magdalen, ca. 1640
Georges de La Tour
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roadkill-art · 6 months
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Terror
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uncannyarchive · 3 months
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Anna Ancher, Grief / Sorg, 1902 (Danish Artist, 1859-1935) Oil on canvas
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notpikaman · 7 hours
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lionofchaeronea · 11 days
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The Annunciation, Jan van Eyck, ca. 1434-36
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illustratus · 26 days
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The Vision of St. Hubert by Hans Zatzka
After the 15th century this legend is mostly known as the Vision of Saint Hubert (born c. 656, Toulouse- died 727 Tervuren) who was known as the “Apostle of the Ardennes”. Before the 15th century it was a story that was told regarding Placidus, a Roman soldier and the captain of the guards to Emperor Trajan. While hunting he chased a beautiful white stag until it turned and stood before him. A brilliant white crucifix appeared between his antlers and a voice spoke to the astonished and humbled Placidus, "Why dost thou pursue me? I am Christ, whom thou hast hitherto served without knowing me. Dost thou now believe? And Placidus fell with his face to the earth, and said O Lord, I believe! And the voice answered saying Thou shalt suffer many tribulations for my sake, many temptations; but be strong and of good courage, and I will not forsake thee." It was that moment of conversion that his name was changed to St. Eustache. In either case, this theme was popular and was a repeated composition in art throughout the centuries.
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the-evil-clergyman · 2 months
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Salome by Francesc Masriera (1888)
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via-crucis · 1 year
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The Annunciation by Mikhail Nesterov. 
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youseeingthis · 1 day
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taxidermychrist · 3 months
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& god is equally weird about me // design available as a sticker here <3
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