Stauroula Barbounaki

Stauroula Barbounaki

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Αν νομίζεις ότι ο χρόνος περνάει, κάνεις λάθος. Ο χρόνος στέκεται, εμείς περνάμε... ψαξε και θα τα βρεις.......
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Since Christ Himself said in reference to the bread: “This is My Body,” who will dare remain hesitant? & since with equal clarity He asserted: “This is My Blood,” who will dare entertain any doubt & say that this is not His Blood?You have been taught these truths. Imbued with the certainty of faith, you know that what seems to be bread is not bread but the Body of Christ.... You also know that what seems to be wine is not wine but the Blood of Christ...From a catechetical instruction by St…

radioteopoli: “Since Christ Himself said in reference to the bread: “This is My Body,“ who will dare remain hesitant? And since with equal clarity He asserted: “This is My Blood,” who will dare.

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The Presentation of Virgin Mary in the Temple. A double-sided icon - this is the reverse. A masterpiece. 2nd half of the 14th c. Icon gallery, Ohrid, FYRoM.

The Icon Gallery-Ohrid is one of worlds' most significant icon galleries. These icons are very important segment of the Byzantine art in general.

Icon: The Virgin of the Don. The Hexameron and Selected Saints  Russia, 16th - early 17th century  This icon contains work by different masters, painted at two different times. The central area dates to the 16th century and is probably the work of a Moscow master, while the scenes in the surrounding fields are most likely by an early 17th-century master from the Volga region

Icon: The Virgin of the Don. The Hexameron and Selected Saints- The Virgin of the Don belongs to the Byzantine Eleousa type (The Virgin of Tenderness). Place: Russia Date: - early century Technique: tempera on panel and gilding Dimensions: cm

Enthroned Madonna and Child (detail), tempera on panel, 13th century, Anonymous Byzantine, National Gallery of Art, Washinton DC, 2012

Byzantine painting, the late century Virgin and Child known as the Kahn Madonna (National Gallery of Art, Washington). The work is said to reflect the Italian influence being felt in the Byzantine world at this time.

Saints and Scenes from the Life of the Virgin; Master of Monte Oliveto Siena (1305-1335)

Saints and Scenes from the Life of the Virgin; Master of Monte Oliveto Siena