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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...

Historiated Initial (E) Excised from a Gradual: Adoration of the Magi (1200–1240 Italy, Siena) - Public Domain Catholic Painting

About the Image: DID YOU KNOW? X-ray fluorescence analysis is a nondestructive technique used to determine the elemental composition of materials. On this leaf it revealed that the dark blue pigment contains azurite. DESCRIPTION All the essential narrative elements—Mary, the infant Jesus, and the three Magi—are tucked into...

Visitation Stained Glass Window in the Sacristy of the Church of Juillac (2011, Gironde, France) by Natureln - Catholic Stock Photo

About the Image: Ah, la Visitation! This beautiful stained glass window depicts a poignant moment from the New Testament. The Visitation refers to the story in which the Virgin Mary, after being told by the Angel Gabriel that she would conceive Jesus through the Holy Spirit, visits her older cousin...

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...

Nativity 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...

Crucifixion 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...

The Madonna of Humility, the Annunciation, the Nativity, and the Pietà (1465, Italy) by Bartolomeo Vivarini - Public Domain Catholic Painting

About the Image: The Vivarini were a family of Venetian painters whose prolific workshop specialized in large multi-tiered altarpieces for churches throughout the Veneto region. This relatively small triptych was likely intended for private devotion. The kneeling nun, dressed as a member of the Dominican Order, probably represents the patron....

Madonna and Child with Saints Joseph, Zacharias and Elisabeth and the Infant Saint John (1738 - 1740, Italy) by Pompeo Batoni - Public Domain Catholic Painting

About the Image: The Madonna and Child with Saints Joseph, Zacharias and Elisabeth and the Infant Saint John is a painting by Pompeo Batoni, created between 1738 and 17401. The painting depicts the Madonna holding the infant Jesus, with Saints Joseph, Zacharias, and Elisabeth, and the infant Saint John the...

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