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Featured Cleveland Print

Eleven-Headed, Thousand-Armed Bodhisattva of Compassion (Avalokiteshvara), c. 1500

Eleven-Headed, Thousand-Armed Bodhisattva of Compassion (Avalokiteshvara), c. 1500. The figure's 1,000 arms surround the central figure like a radiating halo. Each hand has an eye in the palm to see the suffering of all beings, which generates the feeling of compassion that this figure embodies. The special form of the central image of Avalokiteshvara derives from the mystic vision of a nun named Gelongma Palmo, who was born a Kashmiri princess, but prayed for leprosy to avoid having to marry. As a nun she defeated the male representatives of different branches of Buddhism, but as her leprosy worsened, monks saw blood seeping from under the door of her cell. Accused of having a miscarriage, she was ejected from the monastery and went to meditate in a cave, where she achieved this vision of eleven-headed, thousand-armed Avalokiteshvara, who cured her leprosy and guided her on the path to enlightenment. Three-day community fasting rituals in her honor continue to be performed throughout the tantric Buddhist world

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Helen Keller with her Great Dane

Helen Keller (1880-1968) born blind deaf mute. Thanks to her governess she overcame these handicaps, studied and created in 1921 the American Foundation for the Blind. Pictured here on the S.S. Cleveland with her Great Dane dog, given to her by Robert Ltuz, a German publisher

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1928, Blind, Chair, Dane, Deaf, Deck, Disabled, Dog, Great, Handicapped, Helen, Historical, History, Keller, Mute, Pet, Pets, Steamer, Woman, Women

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Icon of the New Testament Trinity, c. 1450. Creator: Unknown

Icon of the New Testament Trinity, c. 1450. This icon depicts an important subject in Orthodox Christian art, the three corresponding figures of the single godhead known as the Holy Trinity. The Trinity is represented here in a composition known as the "New Testament Trinity," which features Christ and God the Father seated on a bench with a dove representing the Holy Spirit between them. The central field is occupied by a large wooden throne with gold highlights on which Christ (left) and the Ancient of the Days (God the Father as Christ in old age) are seated. The Holy Spirit, in the form of a dove, hovers within an eight-pointed star that signifies the eighth day, the future eon. On either side of the Trinity are two hymnographers, authors of hymns of praise, both identified by gold letters outlined in red?Saint Kosmas (about 675-752) on the left and Saint Joseph (about 812/818-about 886) on the right. They both suspend scrolls from round-arched windows. The icon likely was part of a church templon, the barrier that separated the nave from the sanctuary in an Orthodox church. It is not signed or dated; however, careful analysis of the painting's style and technique places it in Constantinople around 1450, just prior to the city's fall to the Ottomans in 1453. It represents a moment when Byzantine painting reached a brilliant crescendo

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