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Discussion in 'Entertainment and Humor' started by VirginiaHuguenot, Jan 1, 2005.
Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Massacre of the Innocents:
Calvin on his deadbed by Joseph Hornung (c. 1831):
Jacob van Ruisdael, The windmill at Wijk bij Duurstede:
Martin Luther and Katharina von Bora by Lucas Cranach the Elder, German artist (1472 - October 16, 1553):
Claude Monet was born on November 14, 1840.
Houses of Parliament:
Here's a classic:
Nice avatar too! What about Kramer as the "Marlboro Man"?
I have a print of a famous Jean-Francois Millet ( 1814 - 1875 ) Painting over my mantel. It was also famous for hanging over another mantel. Anybody know what I am referring to and what painting it might be ?
Claude Lorrain (c. 1600 -- November 23, 1682), Marriage of Isaac and Rebekah (1648):
Jeanne Lombard, Huguenot women prisoners in the Tour de Constance:
Van Gogh, Degas, Renoir
Frederick Edwin Church.
Love the Dutch masters but the painting that made the biggest impression on me was the first time I saw Goya's "Saturn Devouring His Son" in the Prado. It is large, dark, and was a little unexpected at the time.
Govert Flinck (January 25, 1615 - February 2, 1660), Blessing of Jacob (1638):
While in Munich last fall, I saw the following (can't put it here, it's too big) an astounding painting of the destruction of Jerusalem by Wilhelm von Kaulbach in 1847. The thing is absolutely gargantuan (7m by 6m or so), and gives quite a stunning pause for thought and reflection.
John H. Lorimer, The Ordination of Elders in a Scottish Kirk (1891):
Jean-Jacques Perrissin (1536 - 1610), Le Temple de Paradis, Lyons (1565):
Hey, there was a print of this painting up on the wall in the Narthex of my home church in Summerville SC Scots Kirk Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church.
What About, The Era Of The Reformation by Wilhelm Von?something.
Best painting of the Reformation, depicting Luther, Calvin, Erasmus, Michelangelo, Galileo, and more with Luther holding the word of God in the middle of western human taught, culture, science, art, politics, etc. and the Truth of God being in the centrality of the world.
Wilhelm Von Kaulbach, Die Reformation:
The Puritan Family: