Passim
Passim
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italianartsociety:

Today is Palm Sunday, or Passion Sunday, when Western Christians celebrate Jesus’ Entry into Jerusalem. The event is recounted in all four Gospels and marks the first day of Holy Week (Mt. 21:1-10; Mk. 11:1-11; Lk. 19: 28-40; Jn. 12: 12-19). As the first of the so-called Passion Scenes, The Entry Into Jerusalem appears frequently in Italian narratives where artists captured the jubilation of the crowd, who shouted “Hosanna, blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord."  Onlookers acclaim Jesus, who rides on a humble donkey in fulfillment of prophesy, and pave the way with their cloaks and palm branches. Artists typically show young boys climbing trees for a better view, a motif inherited from Byzantine art.
Giotto, Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1305, Scrovegni Chapel, Padua
Roman, Entry into Jerusalem, marble, late 4th cent., Adelphia Sarcophagus, detail, Museo Paolo Orsi, Siracusa, Sicily
Italian Mosaicist, Entry into Jerusalem, mosaic, 1140-70, sanctuary, south wall, Cappella Palatina, Palermo
Pietro Lorenzetti, Entry of Christ into Jerusalem, fresco, c. 1320, Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Lorenzo Ghiberti, Entry into Jerusalem, gilded bronze, 1403-24, Baptistry, Florence
Melozzo da Forli, Christ’s Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1477-82, Basilica of Santa Casa, Loreto
italianartsociety:

Today is Palm Sunday, or Passion Sunday, when Western Christians celebrate Jesus’ Entry into Jerusalem. The event is recounted in all four Gospels and marks the first day of Holy Week (Mt. 21:1-10; Mk. 11:1-11; Lk. 19: 28-40; Jn. 12: 12-19). As the first of the so-called Passion Scenes, The Entry Into Jerusalem appears frequently in Italian narratives where artists captured the jubilation of the crowd, who shouted “Hosanna, blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord."  Onlookers acclaim Jesus, who rides on a humble donkey in fulfillment of prophesy, and pave the way with their cloaks and palm branches. Artists typically show young boys climbing trees for a better view, a motif inherited from Byzantine art.
Giotto, Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1305, Scrovegni Chapel, Padua
Roman, Entry into Jerusalem, marble, late 4th cent., Adelphia Sarcophagus, detail, Museo Paolo Orsi, Siracusa, Sicily
Italian Mosaicist, Entry into Jerusalem, mosaic, 1140-70, sanctuary, south wall, Cappella Palatina, Palermo
Pietro Lorenzetti, Entry of Christ into Jerusalem, fresco, c. 1320, Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Lorenzo Ghiberti, Entry into Jerusalem, gilded bronze, 1403-24, Baptistry, Florence
Melozzo da Forli, Christ’s Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1477-82, Basilica of Santa Casa, Loreto
italianartsociety:

Today is Palm Sunday, or Passion Sunday, when Western Christians celebrate Jesus’ Entry into Jerusalem. The event is recounted in all four Gospels and marks the first day of Holy Week (Mt. 21:1-10; Mk. 11:1-11; Lk. 19: 28-40; Jn. 12: 12-19). As the first of the so-called Passion Scenes, The Entry Into Jerusalem appears frequently in Italian narratives where artists captured the jubilation of the crowd, who shouted “Hosanna, blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord."  Onlookers acclaim Jesus, who rides on a humble donkey in fulfillment of prophesy, and pave the way with their cloaks and palm branches. Artists typically show young boys climbing trees for a better view, a motif inherited from Byzantine art.
Giotto, Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1305, Scrovegni Chapel, Padua
Roman, Entry into Jerusalem, marble, late 4th cent., Adelphia Sarcophagus, detail, Museo Paolo Orsi, Siracusa, Sicily
Italian Mosaicist, Entry into Jerusalem, mosaic, 1140-70, sanctuary, south wall, Cappella Palatina, Palermo
Pietro Lorenzetti, Entry of Christ into Jerusalem, fresco, c. 1320, Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Lorenzo Ghiberti, Entry into Jerusalem, gilded bronze, 1403-24, Baptistry, Florence
Melozzo da Forli, Christ’s Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1477-82, Basilica of Santa Casa, Loreto
italianartsociety:

Today is Palm Sunday, or Passion Sunday, when Western Christians celebrate Jesus’ Entry into Jerusalem. The event is recounted in all four Gospels and marks the first day of Holy Week (Mt. 21:1-10; Mk. 11:1-11; Lk. 19: 28-40; Jn. 12: 12-19). As the first of the so-called Passion Scenes, The Entry Into Jerusalem appears frequently in Italian narratives where artists captured the jubilation of the crowd, who shouted “Hosanna, blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord."  Onlookers acclaim Jesus, who rides on a humble donkey in fulfillment of prophesy, and pave the way with their cloaks and palm branches. Artists typically show young boys climbing trees for a better view, a motif inherited from Byzantine art.
Giotto, Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1305, Scrovegni Chapel, Padua
Roman, Entry into Jerusalem, marble, late 4th cent., Adelphia Sarcophagus, detail, Museo Paolo Orsi, Siracusa, Sicily
Italian Mosaicist, Entry into Jerusalem, mosaic, 1140-70, sanctuary, south wall, Cappella Palatina, Palermo
Pietro Lorenzetti, Entry of Christ into Jerusalem, fresco, c. 1320, Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Lorenzo Ghiberti, Entry into Jerusalem, gilded bronze, 1403-24, Baptistry, Florence
Melozzo da Forli, Christ’s Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1477-82, Basilica of Santa Casa, Loreto
italianartsociety:

Today is Palm Sunday, or Passion Sunday, when Western Christians celebrate Jesus’ Entry into Jerusalem. The event is recounted in all four Gospels and marks the first day of Holy Week (Mt. 21:1-10; Mk. 11:1-11; Lk. 19: 28-40; Jn. 12: 12-19). As the first of the so-called Passion Scenes, The Entry Into Jerusalem appears frequently in Italian narratives where artists captured the jubilation of the crowd, who shouted “Hosanna, blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord."  Onlookers acclaim Jesus, who rides on a humble donkey in fulfillment of prophesy, and pave the way with their cloaks and palm branches. Artists typically show young boys climbing trees for a better view, a motif inherited from Byzantine art.
Giotto, Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1305, Scrovegni Chapel, Padua
Roman, Entry into Jerusalem, marble, late 4th cent., Adelphia Sarcophagus, detail, Museo Paolo Orsi, Siracusa, Sicily
Italian Mosaicist, Entry into Jerusalem, mosaic, 1140-70, sanctuary, south wall, Cappella Palatina, Palermo
Pietro Lorenzetti, Entry of Christ into Jerusalem, fresco, c. 1320, Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Lorenzo Ghiberti, Entry into Jerusalem, gilded bronze, 1403-24, Baptistry, Florence
Melozzo da Forli, Christ’s Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1477-82, Basilica of Santa Casa, Loreto
italianartsociety:

Today is Palm Sunday, or Passion Sunday, when Western Christians celebrate Jesus’ Entry into Jerusalem. The event is recounted in all four Gospels and marks the first day of Holy Week (Mt. 21:1-10; Mk. 11:1-11; Lk. 19: 28-40; Jn. 12: 12-19). As the first of the so-called Passion Scenes, The Entry Into Jerusalem appears frequently in Italian narratives where artists captured the jubilation of the crowd, who shouted “Hosanna, blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord."  Onlookers acclaim Jesus, who rides on a humble donkey in fulfillment of prophesy, and pave the way with their cloaks and palm branches. Artists typically show young boys climbing trees for a better view, a motif inherited from Byzantine art.
Giotto, Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1305, Scrovegni Chapel, Padua
Roman, Entry into Jerusalem, marble, late 4th cent., Adelphia Sarcophagus, detail, Museo Paolo Orsi, Siracusa, Sicily
Italian Mosaicist, Entry into Jerusalem, mosaic, 1140-70, sanctuary, south wall, Cappella Palatina, Palermo
Pietro Lorenzetti, Entry of Christ into Jerusalem, fresco, c. 1320, Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Lorenzo Ghiberti, Entry into Jerusalem, gilded bronze, 1403-24, Baptistry, Florence
Melozzo da Forli, Christ’s Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1477-82, Basilica of Santa Casa, Loreto
italianartsociety:

Today is Palm Sunday, or Passion Sunday, when Western Christians celebrate Jesus’ Entry into Jerusalem. The event is recounted in all four Gospels and marks the first day of Holy Week (Mt. 21:1-10; Mk. 11:1-11; Lk. 19: 28-40; Jn. 12: 12-19). As the first of the so-called Passion Scenes, The Entry Into Jerusalem appears frequently in Italian narratives where artists captured the jubilation of the crowd, who shouted “Hosanna, blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord."  Onlookers acclaim Jesus, who rides on a humble donkey in fulfillment of prophesy, and pave the way with their cloaks and palm branches. Artists typically show young boys climbing trees for a better view, a motif inherited from Byzantine art.
Giotto, Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1305, Scrovegni Chapel, Padua
Roman, Entry into Jerusalem, marble, late 4th cent., Adelphia Sarcophagus, detail, Museo Paolo Orsi, Siracusa, Sicily
Italian Mosaicist, Entry into Jerusalem, mosaic, 1140-70, sanctuary, south wall, Cappella Palatina, Palermo
Pietro Lorenzetti, Entry of Christ into Jerusalem, fresco, c. 1320, Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Lorenzo Ghiberti, Entry into Jerusalem, gilded bronze, 1403-24, Baptistry, Florence
Melozzo da Forli, Christ’s Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1477-82, Basilica of Santa Casa, Loreto
italianartsociety:

Today is Palm Sunday, or Passion Sunday, when Western Christians celebrate Jesus’ Entry into Jerusalem. The event is recounted in all four Gospels and marks the first day of Holy Week (Mt. 21:1-10; Mk. 11:1-11; Lk. 19: 28-40; Jn. 12: 12-19). As the first of the so-called Passion Scenes, The Entry Into Jerusalem appears frequently in Italian narratives where artists captured the jubilation of the crowd, who shouted “Hosanna, blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord."  Onlookers acclaim Jesus, who rides on a humble donkey in fulfillment of prophesy, and pave the way with their cloaks and palm branches. Artists typically show young boys climbing trees for a better view, a motif inherited from Byzantine art.
Giotto, Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1305, Scrovegni Chapel, Padua
Roman, Entry into Jerusalem, marble, late 4th cent., Adelphia Sarcophagus, detail, Museo Paolo Orsi, Siracusa, Sicily
Italian Mosaicist, Entry into Jerusalem, mosaic, 1140-70, sanctuary, south wall, Cappella Palatina, Palermo
Pietro Lorenzetti, Entry of Christ into Jerusalem, fresco, c. 1320, Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Lorenzo Ghiberti, Entry into Jerusalem, gilded bronze, 1403-24, Baptistry, Florence
Melozzo da Forli, Christ’s Entry into Jerusalem, fresco, 1477-82, Basilica of Santa Casa, Loreto
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conceptueel:

Cathedra, Barnett Newman, 1951
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bofransson:

Parisian Park
John Frost - 1914
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heaveninawildflower:

'Carnations. The Latest Gems of Beauty and Fragrance' from H.W. Buckbee Seed and Plant Guide - 1905. Rockford, Ill.
U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library archive.org
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indigodreams:

wonderful-strange:
N.C. Wyeth, Robin Hood meets Maid Marian
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amare-habeo:

Paul Klee  (1879 - 1940) - The Pair of Dancers (Tänzerpaar), 1923

aquarelle on paper
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redruzdigitalsoup:

Pae White, untitled, 2014
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heaveninawildflower:

thisivyhouse:

achillesaesthetic:

mynameislove1977:

mzlolly:

antelucanhourglass:

Emil Nolde (German, 1867-1956) - Blue

(via themagiclantern)
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houghtonlib:

Bible. Gospels. Selections. Latin. Gospel readings for Holy Week : manuscript, [ca. 1510-ca. 1515].
MS Typ 252
Houghton Library, Harvard University
houghtonlib:

Bible. Gospels. Selections. Latin. Gospel readings for Holy Week : manuscript, [ca. 1510-ca. 1515].
MS Typ 252
Houghton Library, Harvard University
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mineralists:

Pyrite cube with inclusions of purple Fluorite from Climax Mine, Colorado
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likeafieldmouse:

Marianna Uutinen (2011-13)
1. Uncut
2. War-holes
3. Crack
4. Zero
5. Do
6. The Wise Man’s Colors
7. Neon
likeafieldmouse:

Marianna Uutinen (2011-13)
1. Uncut
2. War-holes
3. Crack
4. Zero
5. Do
6. The Wise Man’s Colors
7. Neon
likeafieldmouse:

Marianna Uutinen (2011-13)
1. Uncut
2. War-holes
3. Crack
4. Zero
5. Do
6. The Wise Man’s Colors
7. Neon
likeafieldmouse:

Marianna Uutinen (2011-13)
1. Uncut
2. War-holes
3. Crack
4. Zero
5. Do
6. The Wise Man’s Colors
7. Neon
likeafieldmouse:

Marianna Uutinen (2011-13)
1. Uncut
2. War-holes
3. Crack
4. Zero
5. Do
6. The Wise Man’s Colors
7. Neon
likeafieldmouse:

Marianna Uutinen (2011-13)
1. Uncut
2. War-holes
3. Crack
4. Zero
5. Do
6. The Wise Man’s Colors
7. Neon
likeafieldmouse:

Marianna Uutinen (2011-13)
1. Uncut
2. War-holes
3. Crack
4. Zero
5. Do
6. The Wise Man’s Colors
7. Neon
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bofransson:

Sunset in Rosa
Daniel Vazquez Diaz - 1918
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bijoux-et-mineraux:

Roselite on Calcite - Agoudal Mine, Bou Azzer, Morocco
bijoux-et-mineraux:

Roselite on Calcite - Agoudal Mine, Bou Azzer, Morocco
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risewiththemoon:

These are my favorite opals. Don’t they look like hatching dragon eggs? My mom has a bunch, but we went into an opal store and they had cases and cases of them. It looked like an incubator lol
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bofransson:

Walchensee Landscape with a Larch
Lovis Corinth - 1920