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The Good Shepherd, by James Tissot

The Good Shepherd, by James Tissot

Ubaldo Gandolfi (1728–1781), Christ on the Way to Calvary; black chalk, pen and brown ink, grey wash, 279x190 mm

Ubaldo Gandolfi (1728–1781), Christ on the Way to Calvary; black chalk, pen and brown ink, grey wash, 279x190 mm

Virgen del Rosario con Niño Jesús, Santa Catalina de Siena y Santo Domingo

Virgen del Rosario con Niño Jesús, Santa Catalina de Siena y Santo Domingo

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La Santa Misa...El Cielo en la tierra.

La Santa Misa...El Cielo en la tierra.

Jesus Calms the Storm, China  Cathay Iesous

Jesus Calms the Storm, China Cathay Iesous

Beuron Abbey

Beuron Abbey

Icons in Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood / Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ

Icons in Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood / Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ

The Miraculous Draught of Fishes. Tapestry. Vatican Museum, c. 1516 This artwork is in reference to John 21: 1-14.  The Apostles failed attempt of gathering their food, until Christ appeared.  One boat now is over flowing with fish, while the other continues to pull in the nets abundantly full.  Michelangelo had completed his work on the ceilings in 1512, and Raphael’s work followed.  He  cared for the colors, he knew his work would be compared to the ceiling which Michelangelo had painted.

The Miraculous Draught of Fishes. Tapestry. Vatican Museum, c. 1516 This artwork is in reference to John 21: 1-14. The Apostles failed attempt of gathering their food, until Christ appeared. One boat now is over flowing with fish, while the other continues to pull in the nets abundantly full. Michelangelo had completed his work on the ceilings in 1512, and Raphael’s work followed. He cared for the colors, he knew his work would be compared to the ceiling which Michelangelo had painted.

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