“European artists, whether believers or not, found in the sacred a limitless inspiration
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The Adoration of the Shepherds
Detail from Carlo Crivelli's The Annunciation
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9th-century Byzantine mosaic of the Hagia Sophia showing the image of the Virgin and Child, one of the first post-iconoclastic mosaics.
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An example of a Madonna with an Angel, painted by Sandro Botticelli (1470) and commissioned by the Catholic Church during the Renaissance in Florence ...
Mosaic from The Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, 425 C.E., Ravenna, Italy
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Time and Death, wax relief, probably by Caterina de Julianis, Italy, probably before 1727. Museum no. A.3-1966
A collage showing symbols of various religions
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Portrait of Shunoku Myōha (1311–1388)
Court of the Lions, Alhambra, Granada, Spain, 14th century. Raffaello Bencini—Scala/Art Resource, New York
“A godless world is as mysterious as one suffused with divinity,” John Gray writes.
Terracotta model of the Blessed Ludovica Albertoni, by Gianlornzo Bernini, Rome, Italy, 1671–4, Museum no. A.93-1980
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נפתלי בזם, ישראלי, נולד בגרמניה ב-1924 בחצר הבית השלישי, 1957 גואש
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Flowers in a Vase with Shells and Insects by Balthasar van der Ast
Saladin's forces recapture Jerusalem from the crusaders, 1187. (Credit: Leemage/Corbis
Shaykh Lutfollah Mosque in Isfahan, Iran
The Golden Haggadah, c. 1320, Northern Spain, probably Barcelona (British Library
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The message of Jesus leads to liberation while the message of Muhammad leads to subjugation.
מרסל ינקו, ישראלי (יליד רומניה), פעל ברומניה, בשווייץ ובישראל, 1895
'McJesus,' on display at the Haifa Museum of Art.
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Interior of the Rüstem Paşa Mosque, Istanbul, showing its coloured tile decoration.
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An artwork called “McJesus,” which was sculpted by Finnish artist Jani Leinonen and depicts a crucified Ronald McDonald, is seen on display as part of the ...
Whether simple and devout, natural and rustic, or audaciously sumptuous, I'm always challenge by bringing large spaces to a human scale.
A nineteenth-century Tibetan depiction of the Lords of the Charnel Ground.
Obinna Makata, Untitled IV.
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Charles David Kelley is Latvian-American, citizen of both countries. Born in Los Angeles, he has lived in Oregon since 1980. His professional training is in ...
Master of Taüll, apse painting, Sant Clement
Drawing from a manuscript of the Maqāmāt, 1323; in the British Museum (MS
The "McJesus" sculpture by Finnish artist Jani Leinonen on display at the Haifa Museum
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A painting of a man and woman burning on a funeral pyre surrounded by a crowd
Decree establishing freedom of worship, French engraving, 1799. © Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris
משה גרשוני, ישראלי, 2017-1936 מן הסדרה "ח"י רקפות"
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Map of Paul's 4 Missionary Journeys.
Death of a Virgin by Caravaggio