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Vision Collection

"Unveiling the World Through Vision: From Eyesight Tests to Divine Revelations" Embarking on a journey of sight, our eyes navigate through various realms

Background imageVision Collection: Cumbernauld New Town, Scotland - Carbrain

Cumbernauld New Town, Scotland - Carbrain
Cumbernauld New Town, North Lanarkshire, Scotland - Carbrain. Cumbernauld is the clearest example of a modernist new town vision in the UK. Date: circa 1969

Background imageVision Collection: Array of Necker cubes

Array of Necker cubes. A Necker cube is a wireframe drawing of a cube which could be interpreted as being orientated in two different ways

Background imageVision Collection: Eyesight test chart

Eyesight test chart

Background imageVision Collection: Saint Teresa of Avila

Saint Teresa of Avila
SAINT TERESA OF AVILA (upper left) she narrates her vision to her confessor; (lower left) she dies; (right) an angel wounds her heart with divine fire

Background imageVision Collection: 3 Fatima Visionaries

3 Fatima Visionaries
The three children, Jacinta, Francisco and Lucia, who saw the vision of Fatima in Portugal

Background imageVision Collection: Eyesight test chart

Eyesight test chart

Background imageVision Collection: The Return of the Prodigal Son, c1668. Artist: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

The Return of the Prodigal Son, c1668. Artist: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
The Return of the Prodigal Son, c1668

Background imageVision Collection: Vision of Angels / Dante

Vision of Angels / Dante
Dante and Beatrice, standing on a cloud, watch the angels as they circulate in Paradise

Background imageVision Collection: Walter Cranes Garland

Walter Cranes Garland
Walter Crane shows his political allegiance in this May Day design. The ribbon that holds the garland of flowers together bears the slogans of his creed

Background imageVision Collection: Colour Blindness Test

Colour Blindness Test
Colour blindness test. Computer artwork of an Ishihara colour test card used to check for red- green colour blindness. The card is comprised of red and orange dots on a background of green dots

Background imageVision 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 imageVision Collection: Angels of Mons, cover design for piano music

Angels of Mons, cover design for piano music
Angels of Mons (Reve Mystique), cover design for solo piano music by Sydney C Baldock, inspired by rumours of angelic intervention in the fighting (Battle of Mons, Belgium)

Background imageVision Collection: Hollow-face illusion, artwork

Hollow-face illusion, artwork
Hollow-face illusion, computer artwork. This is an optical illusion where the perception of a concave (hollow) mask of a face appears as a normal convex (protruding) face

Background imageVision Collection: Lourdes - The statue in the Grotto

Lourdes - The statue in the Grotto
Statue of Our Lady of Lourdes, France in the Grotto at this sacred Christian site

Background imageVision Collection: Set of glass eyeballs

Set of glass eyeballs. Each shell illustrates a disease or abnormality affecting the eye. The set was hand crafted in the late 1920s by ocularists of Theodore Hamblin Ltd

Background imageVision Collection: Bernadettes 1st Vision

Bernadettes 1st Vision
Bernadette Soubirous has her first vision of Mary at the Grotto

Background imageVision Collection: The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival

The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival
BIR68247 The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival, from the series The Quest for the Holy Grail, 1895-96 (wool, silk)

Background imageVision Collection: Glenariff valley, Glens of Antrim, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Great Britain, Europe

Glenariff valley, Glens of Antrim, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Great Britain, Europe

Background imageVision Collection: Hollow-face illusion, artwork

Hollow-face illusion, artwork
Hollow-face illusion, computer artwork. This is an optical illusion where the perception of a concave (hollow) mask of a face appears as a normal convex (protruding) face

Background imageVision Collection: Alexandra Palace, the home of the B. B. C. The large transmitt

Alexandra Palace, the home of the B. B. C. The large transmitt
Alexandra Palace as the home of the B.B.C television service in 1936 showing the mast and transmitting aerials for vision and sound

Background imageVision Collection: Corbetts Vision

Corbetts Vision
In American planner Harvey Corbetts vision of a future city, fast traffic will be segregated from slow, and people from both Date: 1925

Background imageVision Collection: The Young Girl and Death, c. 1900 (oil on canvas)

The Young Girl and Death, c. 1900 (oil on canvas)
XIR237907 The Young Girl and Death, c.1900 (oil on canvas) by Stokes, Marianne (1855-1927); 95x135 cm; Musee d Orsay, Paris, France; (add.info.: La Jeune Fille et la Mort; ); English, out of copyright

Background imageVision Collection: NOLI ME TANGERE. He Sayeth Unto Her, Touch Me Not. Steel engraving after the painting by Raphael

NOLI ME TANGERE. He Sayeth Unto Her, Touch Me Not. Steel engraving after the painting by Raphael

Background imageVision Collection: Iris of the eye, SEM

Iris of the eye, SEM
Iris of the eye. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the inner surfaces of the iris and adjoining structures in the human eye

Background imageVision Collection: Poster, Lourdes, France

Poster, Lourdes, France. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageVision Collection: Goblet illusion

Goblet illusion. This image is simultaneously a drawing of a goblet and two faces. When there are two competing interpretations of an ambiguous image the brain will often switch between them

Background imageVision Collection: Eye anatomy, artwork

Eye anatomy, artwork
Eye anatomy, computer artwork. At the front of the eye is the cornea, a transparent coating. Behind this is the lens, which is partly covered by the iris

Background imageVision Collection: Penrose stairs, artwork

Penrose stairs, artwork
Penrose stairs, computer artwork. This is an impossible figure created by the physicist Roger Penrose and used by M C Escher in his illustration Ascending and Descending

Background imageVision Collection: Nottingham Castle (King Charles I Raising His Standard, 24 August 1642)

Nottingham Castle (King Charles I Raising His Standard, 24 August 1642)
Artist: Dawson, Henry - Title: Nottingham Castle (King Charles I Raising His Standard, 24 August 1642) - Date: 1847 - Original Medium and Size: Oil on Canvas 147.3 x 238.8

Background imageVision Collection: Apparition of the Virgin to St. Catherine Laboure (1806-76) 31st July 1830

Apparition of the Virgin to St. Catherine Laboure (1806-76) 31st July 1830
CHT205774 Apparition of the Virgin to St. Catherine Laboure (1806-76) 31st July 1830, 1835 (oil on canvas) by Le Cerf, (fl.1835); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageVision Collection: Ezekiels vision of chariot in sky and a hand in the clouds holding out a book to him, c

Ezekiels vision of chariot in sky and a hand in the clouds holding out a book to him, c.614 BC. Bible: Ezekiel II:9. One modern explanation is that Ezekiel, on of the four great Hebrew prophets

Background imageVision Collection: Liberal Election Campaign Card, 1909

Liberal Election Campaign Card, 1909
A Liberal Party campaign card for the 1909 General Election. A grim image of an elderly couple heading for the workhouse is contrasted with the partys vision of sunlit fields of waving corn

Background imageVision Collection: A Border Collie dog in bluebells in the Lake District UK

A Border Collie dog in bluebells in the Lake District UK
Ashley Cooper / SpecialistStock

Background imageVision Collection: COMRADE IN WHITE

COMRADE IN WHITE
The Comrade in White - also known as Jesus - comforts a wounded soldier as he is assisted by a Red Cross officer 1915

Background imageVision Collection: Studdy - Three newborn puppies slowly open their eyes

Studdy - Three newborn puppies slowly open their eyes
" Alas My Brothers! Tis a queer world to look upon." Three newborn puppies slowly open their eyes for the first time

Background imageVision Collection: Peripheral drift illusion

Peripheral drift illusion. When the image is viewed in the peripheral vision (indirectly, whilst looking outside of the pattern) it appears to rotate. When observed directly the movement stops

Background imageVision Collection: Ouchi illusion

Ouchi illusion. The central circular area of perpendicularly orientated bars appears to move and float compared to the surrounding pattern

Background imageVision Collection: Contact lenses

Contact lenses inside a storage pot of saline solution

Background imageVision Collection: Impossible triangle, artwork

Impossible triangle, artwork
Impossible triangle, computer artwork. This is an impossible figure created by the physicist Roger Penrose. Impossible figures are objects that can be drawn but not created

Background imageVision Collection: Penrose stairs, artwork

Penrose stairs, artwork
Penrose stairs. Computer artwork of Einstein characters climbing a set of Penrose stairs. This is an impossible figure created by the physicist Roger Penrose

Background imageVision Collection: Robidas rotating house

Robidas rotating house
Maison tournante arienee or aerial rotating house, one of Albert Robidas futuristic visions of life in the 20th century

Background imageVision Collection: The Eden Project in Cornwall UK

The Eden Project in Cornwall UK
Ashley Cooper / SpecialistStock

Background imageVision Collection: ALACOQUEs VISION 1675

ALACOQUEs VISION 1675
Marguerite-Marie Alacoque has her fourth (and last) vision of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, at Paray-le-Mondial, France : this will lead to the Catholic cult of the Sacre Coeur

Background imageVision Collection: St Teresa with Christ

St Teresa with Christ
SAINT TERESA OF AVILA Carmelite, talks with Christ in her vision

Background imageVision Collection: St. John the Evangelist on the Island of Patmos, c. 1618 (oil on canvas)

St. John the Evangelist on the Island of Patmos, c. 1618 (oil on canvas)
BAL10294 St. John the Evangelist on the Island of Patmos, c.1618 (oil on canvas) by Velazquez, Diego Rodriguez de Silva y (1599-1660); 135.5x102.2 cm; National Gallery, London, UK; Spanish

Background imageVision Collection: Vision, Rue Du Bac

Vision, Rue Du Bac
The Virgin Mary as seen by novice Catherine Laboure in the chapel at the rue du Bac, inspiring the Miraculous Medal which has become a worldwide Catholic cult

Background imageVision Collection: The Queens House Ghost on the Tulip Staircase. In 1966

The Queens House Ghost on the Tulip Staircase. In 1966, a retired Canadian Reverend and his wife visited the Queens House, Greenwich, London

Background imageVision Collection: Lourdes / Map in 1858

Lourdes / Map in 1858
The town in 1858 of Lourdes of Bernadettes vision, showing the grotto of Massabielle at some distance from the town



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"Unveiling the World Through Vision: From Eyesight Tests to Divine Revelations" Embarking on a journey of sight, our eyes navigate through various realms, unraveling hidden truths and profound wonders. Just like an eyesight test chart that measures our visual acuity, vision encompasses more than just physical perception. Throughout history, visionaries have emerged, transcending ordinary boundaries. The three Fatima Visionaries stand as beacons of faith and devotion, blessed with celestial visions that captivated hearts worldwide. Their encounters with the divine remind us of the power of belief and the boundless potential within each individual. Artistic masterpieces also offer glimpses into visionary experiences. Rembrandt's "The Return of the Prodigal Son" portrays a transformative moment where forgiveness and redemption converge in a powerful embrace. Walter Crane's Garland weaves together vibrant colors, symbolizing how imagination can shape our perception of reality. Yet not all they are ethereal; some reveal limitations we face. Colour Blindness Tests expose the intricate nuances missed by certain eyes but highlight diversity in human experience nonetheless. In literature too, vision intertwines with spirituality and mythology. Dante's "Vision of Angels" transports readers to heavenly realms beyond mortal comprehension while Bernadette's first encounter with Mary unveils a sacred connection between humanity and divinity and can even manifest during times of conflict or despair. The haunting cover design for piano music depicting Angels of Mons reminds us how hope can emerge amidst darkness – offering solace when it is needed most. Beyond earthly bounds lies another realm altogether—the spiritual plane—where holy quests unfold before chosen souls. "The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors, and Sir Percival, " epitomizes this pursuit for enlightenment—a quest driven by unwavering faith and unyielding determination. Nature itself holds its own captivating visions.