Holy Virgin Collection
"Divine Beauty: Exploring the Holy Virgin in Art" Our Lady of the Rosary (oil on canvas): A masterpiece that captures the serene grace and devotion of the Holy Virgin
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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"Divine Beauty: Exploring the Holy Virgin in Art" Our Lady of the Rosary (oil on canvas): A masterpiece that captures the serene grace and devotion of the Holy Virgin, reminding us to seek solace through prayer. Madonna (Sorrowful Virgin), 1583-1584 (bronze): This poignant sculpture portrays a grieving Mother Mary, reflecting her immense sorrow at witnessing her son's crucifixion - a symbol of unwavering love and sacrifice. La Serrana or, Madonna and Child with the infant St. John (oil on canvas): In this enchanting painting, we witness Mary's tender affection for both Jesus and his cousin John, emphasizing her role as a nurturing mother figure to all. Polyptych of Conversano, detail of the Nativity, 1475 (tempera on panel): The Nativity scene within this polyptych showcases Mary's central role in Christ's birth; her radiant presence illuminates our faith in God's miraculous incarnation. Virgin and Child, c. 1500 (oil on wood): Through delicate brushstrokes and warm hues, this artwork encapsulates Mary's maternal tenderness as she cradles baby Jesus - an embodiment of divine love personified. Tapestry cushion cover depicting the Flight into Egypt, made possibly in Sheldon, England early 17th century (wool): This intricately woven tapestry depicts Mary protecting baby Jesus during their escape to Egypt; it serves as a reminder that even amidst adversity, faith can guide us towards safety. 1400s (tempera and gold on wood): Adorned with golden accents that symbolize purity and divinity, this medieval artwork invites contemplation upon Mary’s sacred bond with Christ – an eternal source of inspiration for believers across centuries. The Virgin, c. 1500 (oil on panel).