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Image Plate from Owen Jones’ 1853 classic, “The Grammar of Ornament”. Greek No. 3 from Owen Jones: The Grammar of Ornament. Greek Pattern, Pattern Art, Pattern Design, Print Design, Graphic Design Books, Book Design, Textures Patterns, Fabric Patterns, Tribal Patterns

Image Plate from Owen Jones' 1853 classic, "The Grammar of Ornament".

_117, 1/14/05, 3:38 PM, 8C, 3056x4330 (574+460), 62%, bent 6 stops, 1/40 s, R73.3, G59.0, B73.5

The eye of a Byzantine Christ Religious Images, Religious Icons, Religious Art, Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Writing Icon, Paint Icon, Religious Paintings, Biblical Art

Υπάρχει ένας θρύλος στον οποίο ο Θεός εμφανίζεται στον καθένα μας μια φορά στη ζωή

σχόλιο Γ.Θ. (ΕΚΤΑΚΤΟ ΠΑΡΑΡΤΗΜΑ) : Πίστεψέ με, πρέπει να το διαβάσεις…

Saint Kalliopi The feast day of Saint Kalliopi is celebrated on June 8 Orthodox Catholic, Orthodox Christianity, Catholic Saints, Religious Images, Religious Icons, Religious Art, Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Art Through The Ages

St. Kalliope icon

Orthodox icon of Saint Kalliope, Kalliopi, Calliope. Commemorated June 6th. It is unknown where the Holy Martyr Kalliope was from, who suffered during the years of the Emperor Decius (249-251 AD). She was known for her bodily and spiritual beauty, and also for her clear and deep piety. During the persecution of Christi

It is that 'the Word became flesh' and the Master took on the form of a slave. He became the Son of Man, though He was the true Son of God, in order that He might make the sons of men children of God. Religious Paintings, Religious Art, Our Lady Of Rosary, Greek Mythology Art, Roman Mythology, Archangel Raphael, Raphael Angel, Paint Icon, Life Of Christ

It is that 'the Word became flesh' and the Master took on the form of a slave. He became the Son of Man, though He was the true Son of God, in order that He might make the sons of men children of God. -St. John Chrysostom, Homily 10