Virgin Mary Coloring Pages

Virgin Mary Coloring Pages139

Free downloadable Catholic coloring pages of the Virgin Mary.

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The Assumption of the Virgin (1613–1614) by Peter Paul Rubens - Catholic Coloring Page

About the Image: In 1612, the owners of Antwerp's Plantin Press, Jan and Balthasar Moretus, asked their friend Peter Paul Rubens to create thirteen illustrations for a new Catholic prayer book called Breviarium Romanum. Rubens completed these drawings, including one of the Assumption of the Virgin, by March...

Virgin and Child Adored by a Lute-Playing Angel (1820–1852, France) by Jean-Jacques Feuchère - Catholic Coloring Page

Details: Depictions of the Virgin and Child have been popular in art since the High Renaissance period (1480-1530)[1]. These works often portray Mary as a young mother, wearing the turban favored by peasant women[2], and often combine iconographic themes of joyous motherhood and sorrowful premonition of Christ'...

Allegory of the Immaculate Conception (1639–1709) by Giovanni Battista Gaulli - Catholic Coloring Page

Details: In Rococo art, the Immaculate Conception was often depicted as a central theme. Rococo artists often portrayed Mary as a symbol of purity and innocence, and she was frequently depicted in artworks with a halo or other symbols of holiness. The theme of the Immaculate Conception was particularly popular...

The Shrine of Our Lady of the Cape - Catholic Comic Book Coloring Page

Details: This is a page from Catholic Comics, which was a monthly magazine by Catholic Publications that ran from 1946 to 1949. They featured stories for Catholics that included religious subjects, American history, Crossword Puzzles, funny comics, and sports stories (usually featuring athletes from Notre Dame University). The magazine was...

The Virgin Immaculate Crowned by Two Angels, with Angel Musicians in the Foreground (1555-1630) by Domenico Fontana - Catholic Coloring Page

Details: The Assumption of Mary is one of the four Marian dogmas of the Catholic Church. Pope Pius XII defined it in 1950 in his apostolic constitution Munificentissimus Deus. Wikipedia 🙏🏽This image is in the public domain. Free Download The Virgin Immaculate Crowned by Two Angels, with Angel Musicians in...

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