Christ The King Collection
"Christ the King: A Timeless Icon of Faith and Majesty" In the magnificent fresco titled "The Transfiguration, " we witness Christ, clothed in radiant white
Nativity, scene from The Breslau Psalter, f.16r, c.1255-67 (parchment, gold & ink)
8601275 Nativity, scene from The Breslau Psalter, f.16r, c.1255-67 (parchment, gold & ink) by German School, (13th century); 32.6x22.7 cm; Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge
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"Christ the King: A Timeless Icon of Faith and Majesty" In the magnificent fresco titled "The Transfiguration, " we witness Christ, clothed in radiant white, standing amidst a heavenly gathering. Moses and Elijah flank him, while below them stand three apostles - John, Peter, and James - awestruck witnesses to this divine revelation. As we shift our gaze from this spiritual masterpiece to the modern world, we find ourselves captivated by the majestic 25th of April Bridge stretching across Lisbon's Tagus River. Reminiscent of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, it stands as a symbol of connection and unity. Amidst these artistic wonders lies another gem - an oil painting called "La Serrana. " This portrayal depicts Madonna with Child alongside infant St. John; their tender embrace evokes love's purest form. Moving back in time through art history brings us to the Polyptych of Conversano. Within its intricate details lies a depiction of the Nativity scene that transports us to Bethlehem on that holy night over five centuries ago. A vision captured on wood takes shape before our eyes as we encounter "Virgin and Child. " The delicate strokes bring forth an ethereal beauty that transcends time itself. Traveling further into history leads us to Sheldon, England where artisans wove woolen threads into a tapestry cushion cover depicting "The Flight into Egypt. " This textile marvel preserves an ancient story for generations yet unborn. Another striking image emerges from antiquity – "Virgin and Child, " rendered in tempera and gold on wood. Its golden hues illuminate our hearts with reverence for Mary's role as Mother of God. "The Resurrection of Christ" painted upon copper ignites hope within us all. It captures Jesus' triumphant victory over death itself – a testament to His eternal power. An engraving named "The Virgin with Swaddled Child" invites contemplation upon Mary's tender love for her newborn son.