Any Catholic artwork you like?


#61

St. Francis Restores the Neglected Church VIII, Up in the Belfry, Coloured Etching 16"x18"

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#62

St. Francis Restores the Neglected Church IX, Pipe and Bellows Work, Etching 16"x18"

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#63

St. Francis Restores the Neglected Church X, Scrubbing Floors (Homage to Stanley Spencer) Coloured Etching 16"x18"

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#64

St. Francis Restores the Neglected Church XI, Preparing the Altar; Etching 16"x18"

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#65

St. Francis Restores the Neglected Church XII, Hanging the Doors, Coloured Etching 16"x18"

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#66

Painting of the Holy Shroud Of Turin, the Face Of Christ. Based upon a photograph of the Holy Shroud of Turin. Painted in 1905 by Sister Geneviève of the Holy Face (Celine Martin, the sister of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux) It was indeed a masterpiece, which in March 1909, won the Grand Prix of the International Exposition of Religious Art of Bois-le-Duc, in Holland.


#67

This is my ABSOLUTE favorite. I tried to find if it was copyrighted but I can’t find any info. I’d want to copy it in a large format and frame it for our Priest. I just think that picture says everything that being a Catholic means to me.

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#68

Mosaic of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Sacré-Cœur , Paris .

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#69

A mosaic of St David , patron of Wales , in Westminster Cathedral .


#71

Statue of Oscar Romero above the entrance to Westminster Abbey .

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#72

Even the Anglicans can recognize beauty when they see it.


#73

The Return of the Prodigal Son is an oil painting by Rembrandt. It is among the Dutch master’s final works, likely completed within two years of his death in 1669 .


#74

Rogier van der Weyden, The Descent from the Cross in the Prado, Madrid.

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#75

I think Rembrandt was a Protestant, no?


#76

I’ve no idea .


#77

The Great Rood ( front and back ) in Westminster Cathedral .

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#78

A mosaic of St Thomas More in the Jesuit Church of the Holy Name in Manchester .


#79

After my aunt died in 1971, I inherited her 1954 edition of My Imitation of Christ published by the Confraternity of the Precious Blood. Each chapter has an illustration by the Armenian artist, Ariel Agemian, who has a fascinating history. I found a video of these illustrations here. They are simple black-and-white drawings, but they are deeply moving. It is interesting to note how the fears of the cold war were expressed in the one around 1:26 into the video, which is the illustration that goes with Chapter 12 - The Utility of Adversity. I like how Agemian mixed images of the ancient with images of the then-modern world, for example showing men in modern suits and ties. Each illustration does a great job at capturing the mood of the chapter in the Imitation.


#80

The statue of Our Lady of Walsingham in the Slipper Chapel , Walsingham .and on the altar when Pope John Paul II presided at the Eucharist in Wembley Stadium , London .

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#81

Statue of Abraham at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King in Liverpool .


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