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Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 1642, by Guido Reni (1575

The Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 1642, by Guido Reni (1575
Guido Reni (1575-1642). Italian painter. The Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 1642. Alte Pinakothek. Munich. Germany

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption by Titian, S

The Assumption by Titian, S. Maria dei Frari, Venice, Veneto, Italy, Europe

Background imageAssumption Collection: Lake Bled with church, Slovenia

Lake Bled with church, Slovenia
View of Lake Bled with the Pilgrimage Church of the Assumption of Mary, near the town of Bled in north west Slovenia

Background imageAssumption Collection: Mary, Queen of Heaven, c. 1485- 1500 (oil on panel)

Mary, Queen of Heaven, c. 1485- 1500 (oil on panel)
XOS741951 Mary, Queen of Heaven, c. 1485- 1500 (oil on panel) by Master of the Legend of St. Lucy (fl.1475-1505); 199.2 x 161.8 cm; National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

Background imageAssumption Collection: Nicolas Poussin, The Assumption of the Virgin, French, 1594-1665, c

Nicolas Poussin, The Assumption of the Virgin, French, 1594-1665, c. 1630-1632, oil on canvas

Background imageAssumption Collection: Cathedral of the Assumption in winter snow, Trinity Monastery of St

Cathedral of the Assumption in winter snow, Trinity Monastery of St. Sergius, Sergiev Posad, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moscow area, Russia, Europe

Background imageAssumption Collection: Bled, Slovenia, Europe. A panoramic view of Julian Alps, lake Bled with St

Bled, Slovenia, Europe. A panoramic view of Julian Alps, lake Bled with St. Marys church of Assumption on the small island

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Carafa Chapel. the Annunciation and the Assumption of th

The Carafa Chapel. the Annunciation and the Assumption of th
The Carafa Chapel with late 15th-century frescoes (1488-1493) by Filippino Lippi (c.1457-1504). it depicts the Annunciation and the Assumption of the Virgin with St

Background imageAssumption Collection: Lake Bled with church, Slovenia

Lake Bled with church, Slovenia
View of Lake Bled with the Pilgrimage Church of the Assumption of Mary, near the town of Bled in north west Slovenia. Built in the 15th century, weddings are held regularly at the church

Background imageAssumption Collection: Cathedral of the Assumption, Porto, northern Portugal

Cathedral of the Assumption, Porto, northern Portugal
Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady, Porto, northern Portugal, dating back many centuries, but not completed until the 18th century. Date: 1930s

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption of the Virgin with Busts of the Archangel Gabriel and the Virgin of... c

The Assumption of the Virgin with Busts of the Archangel Gabriel and the Virgin of... c
The Assumption of the Virgin with Busts of the Archangel Gabriel and the Virgin of the Annunciation, c. 1400/1405

Background imageAssumption Collection: Italy. Cremona Cathedral. Main facade

Italy. Cremona Cathedral. Main facade
Cremona Cathedral. 12th - 15th centuries. Main facade

Background imageAssumption Collection: Mexico - Mexico City - The Metropolitan Cathedral

Mexico - Mexico City - The Metropolitan Cathedral
The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary of Mexico City, Mexico - situated atop the former Aztec sacred precinct near the Templo Mayor on the northern side of the Plaza de la

Background imageAssumption Collection: KHALKOPRATIYSKAYA VIRGIN. Icon from the Assumption Cathedral. 14th century

KHALKOPRATIYSKAYA VIRGIN. Icon from the Assumption Cathedral. 14th century

Background imageAssumption Collection: THE SAVIOR. Icon from the Assumption Cathedral. 14th century

THE SAVIOR. Icon from the Assumption Cathedral. 14th century

Background imageAssumption Collection: North door (Almond Door) 0f the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence

North door (Almond Door) 0f the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence Florence High Relief Early Renaissance, Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe

Background imageAssumption Collection: Assumption of the Virgin; drawing by Daniele da Volterra, in the Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle

Assumption of the Virgin; drawing by Daniele da Volterra, in the Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe, Uffizi Gallery, Florence Florence Uffizi Gallery

Background imageAssumption Collection: Noli me tangere and Assumption of the Virgin; drawing by Jacopo Tintoretto

Noli me tangere and Assumption of the Virgin; drawing by Jacopo Tintoretto, in the Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe, Uffizi Gallery, Florence Florence Uffizi Gallery

Background imageAssumption Collection: Assumption of the Virgin; work of Titian. Church of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice

Assumption of the Virgin; work of Titian. Church of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice Altarpiece Late Renaissance, Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe

Background imageAssumption Collection: Assumption of the Virgin; drawing by Titian, in the Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe

Assumption of the Virgin; drawing by Titian, in the Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe, at the Uffizi Gallery, Florence Florence Uffizi Gallery

Background imageAssumption Collection: Cemetery of Pisa: Altar of Luca della Robbia, representing the Assumption of the Virgin and Saints

Cemetery of Pisa: Altar of Luca della Robbia, representing the Assumption of the Virgin and Saints. Pisa Camposanto Altar Early Renaissance, Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption of the Virgin Mary, panel from Giambologna's school

The Assumption of the Virgin Mary, panel from Giambologna's school, collocated in the central portal of the Cathedral of Pisa

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption of the Virgin. Altar by Giovanni della Robbia, in the Camposanto of Pisa

The Assumption of the Virgin. Altar by Giovanni della Robbia, in the Camposanto of Pisa Pisa Camposanto Altar Early Renaissance, Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe

Background imageAssumption Collection: Our Lady of the Assumption and angels; Work by Antonello Gagini preserved in the Cathedral of

Our Lady of the Assumption and angels; Work by Antonello Gagini preserved in the Cathedral of Palermo. Palermo Cathedral Statue High Renaissance, Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods

Background imageAssumption Collection: Madonna in Glory, Siennese terracotta of the XV Century, housed in the Church of St

Madonna in Glory, Siennese terracotta of the XV Century, housed in the Church of St. Andrew in Volterra Volterra Church of St

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption of the Virgin. Bas relief copied from a glazed terracotta by Andrea Della Robbia

The Assumption of the Virgin. Bas relief copied from a glazed terracotta by Andrea Della Robbia and found in the Church of Observance in Siena

Background imageAssumption Collection: Almond-shaped with the Redeemer on one side and our Lady of the Assumption, Castello Sforzesco

Almond-shaped with the Redeemer on one side and our Lady of the Assumption, Castello Sforzesco, Milan. Milan Archaeological Museum Low Relief, Basrelief Gothic, Middle Ages, Europe

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Visitation. Terracotta medallion decorating the frieze of the Portico of the Ospedale del

The Visitation. Terracotta medallion decorating the frieze of the Portico of the Ospedale del Ceppo in Pistoia The bas-relief is by Giovanni Della Robbia Family and his workshop

Background imageAssumption Collection: Pediment of a pointed arch with reliefs by Renan masters. Southern sacristy, Cathedral, Milan

Pediment of a pointed arch with reliefs by Renan masters. Southern sacristy, Cathedral, Milan Milan Cathedral Relief Late Gothic, Gothic, Middle Ages, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D

Background imageAssumption Collection: Close up of the Mondorla door, Niccol d'Arezzo and Giovanni d'Ambrogio, Florence

Close up of the Mondorla door, Niccol d'Arezzo and Giovanni d'Ambrogio, Florence, Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral Florence High Relief Early Renaissance, Renaissance

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption, relief on the left wall of the presbytery, by Tamagnino

The Assumption, relief on the left wall of the presbytery, by Tamagnino, in the Carthusian Monastery of Pavia Certosa di Pavia Church of the Carthusian Monastery Tabernacle High Renaissance

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption of the Virgin. Drawing by Fra Bartolomeo, in the Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle

The Assumption of the Virgin. Drawing by Fra Bartolomeo, in the Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe of the Uffizi Gallery, in Florence Florence Uffizi Gallery

Background imageAssumption Collection: Study for Assumption of the Virgin, drawing by Correggio, in the British Museum in London

Study for Assumption of the Virgin, drawing by Correggio, in the British Museum in London Great Britain London, British Museum Drawing Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe

Background imageAssumption Collection: Assumption of the Virgin. High-relief of Pietro Bernini. Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome

Assumption of the Virgin. High-relief of Pietro Bernini. Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome. Rome Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore High Relief Baroque, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods

Background imageAssumption Collection: Assumption of the Virgin, detail with the winged cherubs, High-relief of Pietro Bernini (1562-1629)

Assumption of the Virgin, detail with the winged cherubs, High-relief of Pietro Bernini (1562-1629). Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome

Background imageAssumption Collection: Tapestry with the Assumption of the Virgin; work by the Anversa Workshop located in the counter

Tapestry with the Assumption of the Virgin; work by the Anversa Workshop located in the counter facade of the Cathedral of Como

Background imageAssumption Collection: Wooden ceiling with lacunars, work by Domenichino's design, Church of S. Maria in Trastevere, Rome

Wooden ceiling with lacunars, work by Domenichino's design, Church of S. Maria in Trastevere, Rome. Rome Santa Maria in Trastevere Church Ceiling Baroque, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption, high relief work by Mino del Reame, in the Basilica of S. Maria Maggiore, Rome

The Assumption, high relief work by Mino del Reame, in the Basilica of S. Maria Maggiore, Rome Rome Basilica of S. Maria Maggiore High Relief Early Renaissance, Renaissance

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption of the Virgin; detail of a planet stole from the Strada church;

The Assumption of the Virgin; detail of a planet stole from the Strada church; and now preserved in the Museum of Sacred Art of the Collegiate Church Cathedral Board

Background imageAssumption Collection: Mandorla with the Assumption of the Virgin supported by angels, work by Nanni di Banco

Mandorla with the Assumption of the Virgin supported by angels, work by Nanni di Banco, detail of the reliefs of the Mandorla door

Background imageAssumption Collection: Renaissance portal with sculpted frieze and three statues on the crown

Renaissance portal with sculpted frieze and three statues on the crown, right side of the Basilica of S. Maria Maggiore in Trento

Background imageAssumption Collection: Bas-relief depicting the Assumption of Mary; from the Florentine School

Bas-relief depicting the Assumption of Mary; from the Florentine School, formerly part of the Barbariga Monument. Accademia Gallery, Venice Venice Accademia Gallery Low Relief

Background imageAssumption Collection: Ambo or ornate marble wharf with bass-relief representing in the lower part 35 patriarchs

Ambo or ornate marble wharf with bass-relief representing in the lower part 35 patriarchs ancestors of Maria, and in the upper part the deposition of the body of Maria, the Assumption

Background imageAssumption Collection: Glazed terracotta lunette representing the Madonna della cintola; work by the Robbian School

Glazed terracotta lunette representing the Madonna della cintola; work by the Robbian School located in the former hospital of San Matteo in Florence Fiesole former hospital of San Matteo Low Relief

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption of the Virgin Mary, glazed terracotta by Andrea della Robbia preserved in

The Assumption of the Virgin Mary, glazed terracotta by Andrea della Robbia preserved in the Church of St Maria degli Angeli inside La Verna Sanctuary Arezzo La Verna Sanctuary

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption of the Virgin by Niccol di Ser Sozzo Tegliacci

The Assumption of the Virgin by Niccol di Ser Sozzo Tegliacci: historiated Antiphonary initial preserved in the Collegiate Church of San Gimignano San Gimignano Collegiate Church Illumination Gothic

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Assumption of the Virgin, historiated initial from the Choir Book in Piccolomini Library in

The Assumption of the Virgin, historiated initial from the Choir Book in Piccolomini Library in Siena Siena Cathedral, Piccolomini Library Illumination Early Renaissance, Renaissance

Background imageAssumption Collection: The Madonna della Cintola, sculpted altar by Andrea della Robbia

The Madonna della Cintola, sculpted altar by Andrea della Robbia, in the Pieve di Sante Fiora e Lucilla, in Santa Fiora, Grosseto, Tuscany Santa Fiora Church of Sante Fiora e Lucilla High Relief



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"Assumption: A Journey through Heavenly Art and Serene Landscapes" Immerse yourself in the ethereal beauty of art and nature as we explore the captivating theme of assumption. From masterpieces like "The Assumption of the Virgin Mary" by Guido Reni to "The Assumption" by Titian, these paintings transport us to a realm where divinity meets human imagination. Travel with us to Slovenia, where Lake Bled enchants visitors with its picturesque charm. The church perched on its tranquil waters adds an air of mystique, inviting contemplation about life's mysteries. In winter, witness the Cathedral of the Assumption adorned in a pristine white blanket of snow at Trinity Monastery - a sight that evokes both awe and serenity. Marvel at Italy's Cremona Cathedral, whose main facade stands as a testament to architectural grandeur. Step inside The Carafa Chapel and be captivated by exquisite depictions of the Annunciation and the Assumption; each brushstroke tells a story that transcends time. Portugal beckons us towards Porto's Cathedral of the Assumption, nestled amidst charming streets steeped in history. Its presence is not only an architectural marvel but also a symbol of faith that has endured for centuries. As our journey takes us across continents, we find ourselves in Mexico City's Metropolitan Cathedral - an iconic landmark showcasing religious devotion through breathtaking artwork. Here, one can witness firsthand how assumption is intricately woven into cultural heritage. These glimpses into heavenly realms remind us that they are not merely limited to thoughts or beliefs; they can manifest themselves through artistry and spirituality alike. Join us on this enchanting voyage where landscapes blend seamlessly with artistic expressions – allowing our minds to wander beyond what is known into realms yet unexplored.