Angel Paintings

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Catholic paintings of angels which are in the public domain.

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Le Voeu de Louis XIII au siège de la Rochelle (The vow of Louis XIII at the siege of La Rochelle) (1628) by Charles-André van Loo - Public Domain Catholic Painting

The image is a painting by Charles-André van Loo, a prominent French painter born in 1705 and who passed away in 1765. Van Loo was known for his works in the Baroque style, characterized by dramatic expression, rich color, and intense light and shadow contrasts. He was a highly regarded...

Saint Mary (the Blessed Virgin) and Saint Joseph with the Christ Child and an Angel. Gouache Painting (14th-16th Centuries?) Author Unknown - Public Domain Catholic Painting

The image in question portrays the Nativity – the birth of Jesus Christ, commonly found in Christian art. The artwork features central figures such as the Virgin Mary and the infant Jesus, with Joseph and an angel. The detailed and colorful depiction, along with traditional iconography like halos and intricate patterns,...

The Virgin with Christ Child enthroned with Saints Peter, Francis, Dominic and John the Baptist; above, the Resurrection of Christ - 1800s Chromolithograph by L. Gruner after G. Sanzio - Public Domain Catholic Painting

This is a chromolithograph from the 1800s, depicting the Virgin Mary with the Christ Child enthroned, accompanied by Saints Peter, Francis, Dominic, and John the Baptist. Additionally, the image features the Resurrection of Christ above. A chromolithograph is a color lithograph produced by using multiple stones or plates, each carrying...

Sketch with the triumph of the Holy Cross for the ceiling of the Royal Palace of Madrid (Around 1763) by Francisco Bayeu y Subías - Public Domain Catholic Painting

"The triumph of the Holy Cross" typically represents a religious scene or allegory symbolizing the victory and exaltation of the cross within Christianity. In this context, it likely refers to an artistic depiction of the cross as a central symbol of the Christian faith, often associated with the...

Child Jesus Teaches in the Temple - Ceiling Fresco (1920, St. Gallen, Switzerland) by Josef Christian Heimgartner - Catholic Stock Photo

About the Image: The artwork in the image is a ceiling fresco titled "Child Jesus Teaches in the Temple," created by Josef Christian Heimgartner in 1920, located in St. Gallen, Switzerland. This piece is a vivid example of early 20th-century religious art, rendered in a neoclassical style that...

Visitation page in the Horae Beatae Mariae Virginis (Flemish, 1510-1530) - Public Domain Illuminated Manuscript

About the Image: This is a beautifully detailed page in a Book of Hours, specifically the "Horae Beatae Mariae Virginis." These books, predominantly used during the late Middle Ages into the Renaissance, were Christian devotional books primarily for laypeople. They typically contained prayers, Psalms, and Gospel lessons to...

Annunciation page in the Horae Beatae Mariae Virginis (Flemish, 1510-1530) - Public Domain Illuminated Manuscript

About the Image: This is a beautifully detailed page in a Book of Hours, specifically the "Horae Beatae Mariae Virginis." These books, predominantly used during the late Middle Ages into the Renaissance, were Christian devotional books primarily for laypeople. They typically contained prayers, Psalms, and Gospel lessons to...

Virgin Mary and Child Christ with Angels page in the Horae Beatae Mariae Virginis (Flemish, 1510-1530) - Public Domain Illuminated Manuscript

About the Image: This is a beautifully detailed page in a Book of Hours, specifically the "Horae Beatae Mariae Virginis." These books, predominantly used during the late Middle Ages into the Renaissance, were Christian devotional books primarily for laypeople. They typically contained prayers, Psalms, and Gospel lessons to...

Queen of Heaven Page in Horae Beatae Mariae Virginis (Flemish, 1510-1530) - Public Domain Illuminated Manuscript

About the Image: This is a beautifully detailed page from a Book of Hours, specifically the "Horae Beatae Mariae Virginis." These books, predominantly used during the late Middle Ages into the Renaissance, were Christian devotional books primarily for laypeople. They typically contained prayers, Psalms, and Gospel lessons to...

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