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Virgin Collection

"The Virgin: A Timeless Symbol of Beauty, Grace, and Devotion" Throughout history

Background imageVirgin Collection: La Vierge aux anges, 1900. Creator: William-Adolphe Bouguereau

La Vierge aux anges, 1900. Creator: William-Adolphe Bouguereau
La Vierge aux anges, 1900. Virgin and angels

Background imageVirgin Collection: The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne and Saint John the Baptist, c1500. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne and Saint John the Baptist, c1500. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne and Saint John the Baptist, c1500. The Burlington House Cartoon. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519). Found in the collection of the National Gallery, London

Background imageVirgin Collection: EYCK, Jan van (1390-1441); EYCK, Hubert van (1370-1426)

EYCK, Jan van (1390-1441); EYCK, Hubert van (1370-1426). The Ghent Altarpiece or Adoration of the Mystic Lamb. 1425-1432. BELGIUM. Ghent. Saint Bavo Cathedral

Background imageVirgin Collection: The Annunciation, 1898. Artist: Tanner, Henry Ossawa (1859-1937)

The Annunciation, 1898. Artist: Tanner, Henry Ossawa (1859-1937)
The Annunciation, 1898. Found in the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia

Background imageVirgin Collection: The Annunciation, c1438-1445, (c1900-1920). Artist: Fra Angelico

The Annunciation, c1438-1445, (c1900-1920). Artist: Fra Angelico
The Annunciation, c1438-1445, (c1900-1920). A print after the fresco in the Museo di San Marco dell Angelico, Florence, from Art History and Literature Illustrations, by Jessie Noakes, Virtue and Co

Background imageVirgin Collection: The Pazzi Madonna (Virgin and Child) Marble, c1417-18. Donatello (c1386-1466) Florentine sculptor

The Pazzi Madonna (Virgin and Child) Marble, c1417-18. Donatello (c1386-1466) Florentine sculptor. Italian

Background imageVirgin Collection: Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci drawing, mary and Jesus & John baptist as child, Italy

Background imageVirgin Collection: Chromolithograph Devotional Card - The Virgin Mary

Chromolithograph Devotional Card - The Virgin Mary 1911

Background imageVirgin Collection: Madonna and Child, c1918. Artist: Jeanne Labrousse

Madonna and Child, c1918. Artist: Jeanne Labrousse
Madonna and Child, c1918. From The Studio Volume 73. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1918]

Background imageVirgin Collection: Triumph of the Immaculate, 1710-1715, by Paolo de Matteis (1

Triumph of the Immaculate, 1710-1715, by Paolo de Matteis (1
Paolo de Matteis (1662-1728). Italian painter. Triumph of the Immaculate, 1710-1715. Gemaldegalerie. Berlin. Germany

Background imageVirgin Collection: Antonello da Messina. Virgin Annunciate. ca

Antonello da Messina. Virgin Annunciate. ca. 1476. The Virgin reading with a bookrest. Renaissance art. Quattrocento. Oil on wood. ITALY. Palermo. Fine Arts Museum

Background imageVirgin Collection: The Virgin Orans, c. 1037. Artist: Byzantine Master

The Virgin Orans, c. 1037. Artist: Byzantine Master
The Virgin Orans, c. 1037. Found in the collection of the Saint Sophia Cathedral, Kiev

Background imageVirgin Collection: THE VIRGIN OF VLADIMIR. Russian icon painted at Constantinople, c1131

THE VIRGIN OF VLADIMIR. Russian icon painted at Constantinople, c1131

Background imageVirgin Collection: Garabandal Apparition

Garabandal Apparition
The Virgin Mary as supposedly seen by the visionaries at Garabandal, northern Spain

Background imageVirgin Collection: Notre Dame De Lourdes

Notre Dame De Lourdes
The Virgin Mary as supposedly seen by Bernadette - a highly romanticised Italian depiction

Background imageVirgin Collection: Bernadette and Mary

Bernadette and Mary
The Virgin Mary reveals to Bernadette Soubirous that she is the Immaculate Conception Date: 25 March 1858

Background imageVirgin Collection: The Crucifixion, 1340s. Creator: Pietro Lorenzetti

The Crucifixion, 1340s. Creator: Pietro Lorenzetti
The Crucifixion, 1340s

Background imageVirgin Collection: Our Lady of Vladimir. beg. 12th c. Icon moved

Our Lady of Vladimir. beg. 12th c. Icon moved from Constantinople to Kiev in 1136 and Vladimir in 1155. Iconographic type Eleusa or Virgin of Tenderness. Byzantine art. Tempera on wood. RUSSIA

Background imageVirgin Collection: Icon (oil on wood panel)

Icon (oil on wood panel)
XBP394806 Icon (oil on wood panel) by Russian School, (18th century); Private Collection; Photo eBoltin Picture Library; Russian, out of copyright

Background imageVirgin Collection: Queen Elizabeth I - Gingers Rule

Queen Elizabeth I - Gingers Rule
Queen Elizabeth I, Gingers Rule with ginger or red hair wearing an Elizabethan ruff and costume. Graphic design for a mug, T-Shirt, print or poster

Background imageVirgin Collection: Scenes of Mestizaje. Circa 1750. Casta paintings

Scenes of Mestizaje. Circa 1750. Casta paintings
" Scenes of " Mestizaje". Circa 1750. Casta paintings by Luis de Mena. Colonial baroque. Oil on canvas. SPAIN. Madrid. Americas Museum."

Background imageVirgin Collection: The Adoration of the Christ Child. Creator: Unknown

The Adoration of the Christ Child. Creator: Unknown
The Adoration of the Christ Child. (ca. 1515)

Background imageVirgin Collection: Ladislaus I of Hungary or St. Ladislaus (Laszlo) (1040-1095)

Ladislaus I of Hungary or St. Ladislaus (Laszlo) (1040-1095). King of Hungary between 1077-1095. Portrait by Ignac Roskovics (1854-1916). Hungarian National Gallery. Budapest. Hungary

Background imageVirgin 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 imageVirgin Collection: Our Ladye of Walsingham, Mary and Jesus

Our Ladye of Walsingham, Mary and Jesus
Our Ladye of Walsingham - Mary and Jesus

Background imageVirgin Collection: The Immaculate Conception of the Virgin, 1767-1768. Artist: Tiepolo, Giambattista (1696-1770)

The Immaculate Conception of the Virgin, 1767-1768. Artist: Tiepolo, Giambattista (1696-1770)
The Immaculate Conception of the Virgin, 1767-1768. Found in the collection of the Museo del Prado, Madrid

Background imageVirgin Collection: ANNUNCIATION. Carlo Crivelli. Panel, 1486

ANNUNCIATION. Carlo Crivelli. Panel, 1486

Background imageVirgin Collection: Daphne Becomes a Tree

Daphne Becomes a Tree

Background imageVirgin Collection: The Virgin and Child with Angels: Leaf of the Wilton Diptych, c1395. (1941)

The Virgin and Child with Angels: Leaf of the Wilton Diptych, c1395. (1941)
The Virgin and Child with Angels: Leaf of the Wilton Diptych, c1395. Housed in The National Gallery, London. From The Connoisseur, 1941 edited by H. Granville Fell. [The National Magazine Co

Background imageVirgin Collection: Romanesque altar from Sagas. The Visitation, Nativity and Ad

Romanesque altar from Sagas. The Visitation, Nativity and Ad
Spain. Romanesque art. 12th century. Altar from Sagas. The Visitation, Nativity and Adoration of the Magi. Diocesan and regional Museum of Solsona. Catalonia

Background imageVirgin Collection: Nativity scene, with the Three Kings bearing gifts

Nativity scene, with the Three Kings bearing gifts
A Christmas Nativity scene, with the Three Kings bearing gifts for the Baby Jesus

Background imageVirgin Collection: Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, Virgin Islands, West Indies

Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, Virgin Islands, West Indies
View of Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, Virgin Islands, West Indies. Date: circa 1940

Background imageVirgin Collection: Fra Angelico (1387-1455). The Coronation of the Virgin

Fra Angelico (1387-1455). The Coronation of the Virgin
Fra Angelico (1387-1455). Tuscan painter of early Renaissance, part of the Florentine school. The Coronation of the Virgin. 15th Century. Louvre Museum. Paris. France

Background imageVirgin Collection: ANGELICO, Fra. The Annunciation Altarpiece

ANGELICO, Fra. The Annunciation Altarpiece
ANGELICO, Fra (1387-1455). The Annunciation. 1430s. Left lower detail of the predella, depicting the wedding between Virgin Mary and Saint Joseph. Renaissance art. Quattrocento. Tempera on wood

Background imageVirgin Collection: Statue of the Virgin Mary at the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)

Statue of the Virgin Mary at the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam

Background imageVirgin Collection: THE ANNUNCIATION. Icon. Moscow School, Russia, 16th century

THE ANNUNCIATION. Icon. Moscow School, Russia, 16th century

Background imageVirgin Collection: Lourdes - The Grotto

Lourdes - The Grotto
Statue of Our Lady of Lourdes in the Grotto, with believers praying beneath and hanging crutches testament to the miraculous cures achievers by those of faith at this sacred Christian site

Background imageVirgin Collection: Mother of God (Glykophilousa). Crete, 15th-16th century. Nati

Mother of God (Glykophilousa). Crete, 15th-16th century. National Gallery. Prague. Czech Republic

Background imageVirgin Collection: Choirbook number 9. Gregorian chant. 15th. century. Virgin a

Choirbook number 9. Gregorian chant. 15th. century. Virgin a
Choirbook number 9. Gregorian chant. 15th. century. Antiphonary By Master of Burgo de Osma. Parchment. Virgin and Child. Miniature. Drop cap. Spain

Background imageVirgin Collection: Coat of Arms for Marylebone, London

Coat of Arms for Marylebone, London, with Virgin and Child at the top, and a Latin motto below (Fiat Secundum Verbum Tuum, let it be done according to your word). Date: early 20th century

Background imageVirgin Collection: Frinton-on-Sea, Essex - The Church

Frinton-on-Sea, Essex - The Church of St Mary the Virgin, once recorded as the smallest parish church in England Date: circa 1910

Background imageVirgin Collection: OUR LADY OF YEVSEMANISK. Russian icon, 16th century

OUR LADY OF YEVSEMANISK. Russian icon, 16th century

Background imageVirgin Collection: Nativity / With Lamb

Nativity / With Lamb
Classical Nativity compostion; Joseph carries his carpenters tools

Background imageVirgin Collection: St Agnes / Saintes Femmes

St Agnes / Saintes Femmes
Roman virgin, martyr and saint Date: 292-305

Background imageVirgin Collection: Manuscript Leaf with the Annunciation from a Book of Hours, ca. 1485-90. Creator: Jean Bourdichon

Manuscript Leaf with the Annunciation from a Book of Hours, ca. 1485-90. Creator: Jean Bourdichon
Manuscript Leaf with the Annunciation from a Book of Hours, ca. 1485-90

Background imageVirgin Collection: Study of the Virgin for La Belle JardiniAeere or Madonna and Child with

Study of the Virgin for La Belle JardiniAeere or Madonna and Child with
XIR895684 Study of the Virgin for La Belle JardiniAeAšre or Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist (ink on paper) by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio of Urbino) (1483-1520); Louvre, Paris

Background imageVirgin 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 imageVirgin 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



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"The Virgin: A Timeless Symbol of Beauty, Grace, and Devotion" Throughout history, artists have sought to capture the ethereal essence of the Virgin Mary in their masterpieces. From Donatello's exquisite marble sculpture "The Pazzi Madonna (Virgin and Child)" to Antonello da Messina's captivating "Virgin Annunciate, " these works showcase the profound reverence for this iconic figure. Jan van Eyck and Hubert van Eyck's meticulous attention to detail is evident in their portrayal of the Virgin Mary, as seen in their paintings that exude a sense of divine serenity. Leonardo da Vinci, known for his mastery across various disciplines, also paid homage to the Virgin through his artistry. In a chromolithograph devotional card depicting The Virgin Mary, her gentle countenance invites viewers into a realm of spiritual contemplation. Bernadette Soubirous' encounters with Mary at Lourdes further solidify the enduring impact of this sacred figure on believers worldwide. Henry Ossawa Tanner's painting "The Annunciation" captures a moment frozen in time - an angelic visitation that forever altered human destiny. Giambattista Tiepolo's vibrant masterpiece "The Immaculate Conception of the Virgin" showcases her purity and grace against a celestial backdrop. Notre Dame De Lourdes stands as a testament to faith and devotion inspired by visions of the Blessed Mother. Paolo de Matteis' triumphant depiction titled "Triumph of the Immaculate" celebrates her victory over sin and darkness. Guido Reni's masterpiece "The Assumption of the Virgin Mary" portrays her ascent into heaven with radiant splendor. Finally, we encounter an ancient Russian icon painted at Constantinople - "The Virgin Of Vladimir, " which carries within it centuries-old veneration for this holy figure. Across cultures and eras, these artistic representations remind us that The Virgin remains an enduring symbol of beauty, grace, and devotion.