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Maria vom Rosenkranz The altar of Our Lady of the Rosary in Überlingen am Bodensee, Germany. In the Catholic Church the month of October is dedicated to the Rosary, a popular devotion in honour of Mary.

santos crowns | Porcelain Santos dolls, Madonna & Child with crown : Lot 303

Porcelain Santos dolls, Madonna & Child with crown : Lot 303

Queenship of Our Lady - Feast day May 31 "According to Catholic doctrine, Mary was assumed into heaven and is with Jesus Christ, her divine Son and is represented in Book of Revelation 12 as the woman clothed with the sun who gives birth to Christ.[2] Mary should be called Queen, not only because of her Divine Motherhood of Jesus Christ, her only Son, but also because God the Father has willed her to have an exceptional role in the work of the eternal salvation of humanity." - Wikipedia

Gustav Klimt, Mother and Child - makes me think of myself and my two little brown-eyed brunette beauties :)

Macanese Mary - part of my panorama collection

Jan Gossaert Gennant Mabuse, Madonna and child (early 16th century)

Andrea Mantegna, Madonna and Child, c. 1480

Madonna del Velo = Ambrogio Borgognone (variously known as Ambrogio da Fossano, Ambrogio di Stefano da Fossano, Ambrogio Stefani da Fossano or as il Bergognone, c. 1470s – 1523/1524

ANGELICO, Fra, San Domenico Altarpiece (detail), 1423-24.

Filippino Lippi Madonna col Bambino e Storie della vita di sant’Anna, 1452-1453, Firenze, Galleria Palatina di Palazzo Pitti Istituti museali della Soprintendenza Speciale per il Polo

Virgen de Bronzino.

By Joos van Cleve (ca. 1484–1540/41, Netherlandish) and a collaborator for the landscape, ca. 1525, Virgin and Child, oil on wood.

Notre Dame Auxiliatrice

The Mourning Mary Magdalene (detail), Colijn de Coter, ca. 1500

Madonna and Child, Giovanni Bellini

File:GiovBellini.jpg - Wikipedia

Virgin and Child - Dirk Bouts

Virgin and Child - Dirk Bouts -

La Virgen de la sopa de leche / Gérard David

Madonna of the Pomegranate by Sandro Botticelli. In the Uffizi. On my bedroom wall. My favorite Botticelli.

The Madonna of the Book, by Sandro Botticelli

“The Most Holy Mother of God prays for us ceaselessly. She is always visiting us. Whenever we turn to her in our heart, she is there. After the Lord, she is the greatest protection for mankind."~Elder Thaddeus

Icon of the Mother of God “of Tenderness” from Seraphim-Diveyevo - Orthodox Church in America

Icon of the Mother of God “of Tenderness” from Seraphim-Diveyevo

Jan van Eyck, Madonna am Brunnen / Madonna at the Fountain