Any Catholic artwork you like?




The Lady Chapel in Cologne Cathedral contains the Altar of the City Patrons , painted in 1442 by Stefan Lochner.



That is lovely. Could you share a location?


The Madonna of Milan in Cologne Cathedral .


The Gero Crucifix , of around 965–970, is the oldest large sculpture of the crucified Christ north of the Alps, and has always been displayed in Cologne Cathedral.


Église de la Madeleine.
One of the most beautiful churches in the world.


Inside St Rumbold’s Cathedral , Mechelen , Belgium .



Inside St Rumbold’s Cathedral , Mechelen , Belgium .



The light of the world


How about the interesting Vanko murals which decorate St. Nicholas Church in Millvale PA- just northeast of Pittsburgh?

They are notable enough, their existence has probably saved the rather ordinary church that houses them from the wrecking ball.




I really love the religious work of Anatoly Shumkin. His versions of ecce homo area captivating and great meditative aids.

Another great painting is Christ in the Desert by Ivan Kramskoi


I also love this icon based on the devotion to the the shoulder wound of Christ


The pulpit In St Rumbold’s Cathedral , Mechelen , Belgium .

There is an information plaque by the pulpit which says: “ Pulpit (1723) by Michiel Vervoort, originally made for the chapel of the Norbertine sisters. At the top of the right side: the fall of man, at the left : the salvation. At the bottom St. Norbert (1080-1134) is flung from his horse, whereupon he has been converted .”



Bourges Cathedral , France .



I’m quite taken by Jon McNaughton’s religious work
Check out his website



Inside Bourges Cathedral , France .


The Madonna of Bruges by Michelangelo

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