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5. Renunciation of Worldly Goods".
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GIOTTO di Bondone Legend of St Francis: 5. Renunciation of Wordly Goods 1297-99 Fresco, 270 x 230 cm Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Giotto di Bondone, Fresques de la Vie de Saint-François d'Assise: (5) Il renonce à tout bien terrestre, malgré la colère de son père, et se réfugie dans les bras de l'évêque Guide, fin du XIIIe siècle, Basilique Saint-François d'Assise
BILL BERKOWITZ FOR BUZZFLASH AT TRUTHOUT (Photo: St. Francis of Assisi renounces his worldly goods in a painting attributed to Giotto di Bondone)In 19...
Circle of Giotto, Saint Francis renounces his father/worldly goods, fresco from the upper church, San Francesco, Assisi
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1295/99-La rinuncia dei beni di Giotto è organizzata in due fasce: a sinistra il padre di San Francesco, col volto contratto viene trattenuto da un uomo per un braccio, a destra san Francesco spogliato prega verso la mano di Dio benedicente che appare tra le nuvole. Le scenografie architettoniche risultano sviluppate in altezza e creano complessi volumi con vuoti e pieni. I rapporti dimensionali degli edifici non sono coerenti, sono semplici quinte sceniche, con qualche incertezza assonometrica.
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13. Institution of the Crib at Greccio.
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This #Christmas, may we open our hearts to more fully embrace the Christ Child and share His love with the world. #SaintOfTheDay The Nativity scene at Greccio and the tradition of the creche ...
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As we learn each week from the saints, one must wonder, “How did the saints celebrate Christmas?” One of the best examples whose celebration lives on in our own is St. Francis of Assisi (1181-1226). Thomas of Celano, one of the first biographers of St. Francis, wrote, “More than any other feast, he celebrated Christmas …
Nativity Scene - Wiki: St. Francis of Assisi is credited with creating the first nativity scene in 1223 at Greccio, Italy, in an attempt to place the emphasis of Christmas upon the worship of Christ rather than upon secular materialism and gift giving. Staged in a cave near Greccio, St. Francis' nativity scene was a living one with humans and animals cast in the Biblical roles.
Away in a Manger: St. Francis and the Nativity - “More than any other feast, he celebrated Christmas with an indescribable joy. He said that this was the feast of feasts, for on this day God became a little child and sucked milk like all human children. Francis embraced with great tenderness and devotion the pictures of the child Jesus and stammered words of tenderness, full of compassion, in the way children do." Thomas of Celano on St. Francis of Assisi
The most famous fresco is probably the one with the Christmas celebration in Greccio's church where, according to the legend, St Francis set up a "performance" to celebrate Jesus' birth. While he was talking, a real baby appeared in the crib. Giotto chooses to represent this episode without painting the entire church: he just paints the presbyterial area, where the celebration took place. It's interesting because we can see the partition wall, that used to separate the altar from the rest.
Pope Francis made a private visit to the Italian hilltown of Greccio in the Lazio region north of Rome this afternoon (Monday) where he met with the local Franciscan community. The town is well known as the place where St Francis set up the first crib scene in 1223, using local animals and a carved image of the Christ Child in a manger to recreate the events of Our Lord's birth in Bethlehem. The tradition continues in the same hillside cave which has become a popular local shrine, and visito...
The Miracle of the Crib at Greccio (pg.527 fig. 16-36) This is from a cycle of the Life of St. Francis. It is located in the church of St. Francis in Assisi, Italy and was created in the late 13th or early 14th century. It portrays St. Francis making the first Christmas manger scene in the church at Greccio. This is in the Gothic Style. This scene is set in the present but the event took place in the past. The focus is a small area at the lower right where St. Frances holds the Holy Infant. MO
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12. Ecstasy of St Francis.
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Este es un fresco de Giotto donde se muestra el Éxtasis de San Francisco de Asís. Es una pintura gótica italiana, realizada a finales del siglo XIII o comienzos del siglo XIV.
GIOTTO di Bondone Legend of St Francis: 12. Ecstasy of St Francis 1297-1300 Fresco, 270 x 230 cm Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Legend of St Francis: 12. Ecstasy of St Francis 1297-1300 Fresco, Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Legend of St Francis: Ecstasy of St Francis (Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi) - Giotto di Bondone - The Athenaeum
"Legend of St Francis" (Ecstasy of St. Francis) 1297-1300 -- Giotto di Bondone -- Italian -- No further reference provided.
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Giotto Di Bondone Legend of St Francis- 12. Ecstasy of St Francis 1297-1300. #art #artists #giotto
Legend of St Francis: 12. Ecstasy of St Francis 1297-1300. Fresco, 270 x 230 cm. Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi. This is the 12 of the 28 scenes (25 of which were painted by Giotto) of the Legend of Saint Francis. The five scenes from The Vision of the Flaming Chariot to St Francis in Ecstasy (No. 8-12) are characterized by inferior workmanship, especially in the figures. This scene was executed partly by assistants.
Legend of St Francis: 12. Ecstasy of St Francis - Giotto Di Bondone , San Francesco, Assisi.
4. Miracle of the Crucifix.
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attribuiti a Giotto - Preghiera in San Damiano o Miracolo del Crocifisso - quarta delle ventotto scene del ciclo di affreschi delle Storie di san Francesco della Basilica superiore di Assisi - 1295-1299
Preghiera in San Damiano o Miracolo del Crocifisso è la quarta delle ventotto scene del ciclo di affreschi delle Storie di san Francesco della Basilica superiore di Assisi, attribuiti a Giotto. Fu dipinta verosimilmente tra il 1295 e il 1299 e misura 230x270 cm.
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Saint Francis cycle in the Upper Church of San Francesco at Assisi - Wikimedia Commons
Francesco in preghiera dinanzi al crocifisso di San Damiano che gli parla
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20. Death and Ascension of St Francis.
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GIOTTO di Bondone Legend of St Francis: 20. Death and Ascension of St Francis 1300 Fresco, 270 x 230 cm Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Death and Ascension of St. Francis - GIOTTO di Bondone, forse diminutivo di Ambrogio o Angiolo, conosciuto semplicemente come Giotto (Vespignano, 1267 circa – Firenze, 8 gennaio 1337) #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola
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Transitus de São Francisco de Assisi. afresco de Giotto di Bondone, século XIV
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Tránsito de San Francisco
10. Exorcism of the Demons at Arezzo.
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Escenas de la vida de San Francisco, en Asís: La expulsión de los diablos de Arezzo.(Giotto Di Bondone, 1297 y 1299) fresco en la Basílica de San Francisco de Asís
GIOTTO: "Expulsión de los demonios de Arezzo", decoración pictórica de la Basílica de San Francisco de Asís. Fresco.
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19. Giotto. Expulsión de los demonios de Arezzo. Asís (1296-1300). DECISIVA PREOCUPACIÓN POR LA PROFUNDIDAD ESPACIAL Y ARQUITECTÓNICA, VOLUMEN DE LAS FIGURAS, CREANDO TRIDIMENSIONALIDAD aún siendo una perspectiva muy rudimentaria. Estructura las obras en base a líneas geométricas, DIAGONAL, crea profundidad en la obra con la ubicación muy estudiada de los personajes.
San Francisco de Asis. "La expulsión de los diablos de Arezzo".GIOTTO. Este autor contribuyó a la construcción de la Catedral de Florencia y de la Capilla Scrovegni.
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Giotto di Bondone Escenas de la vida de San Francisco, en Asís: La expulsión de los diablos de Arezzo. Cuando Giotto promediaba la treintena, su fama había trascendido las fronteras de Florencia y se extendía ya por toda Italia, a tal punto que el papa Bonifacio VIII le envió un mensajero para pedirle algunas muestras de su arte
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Giotto Escenas de la vida de San Francisco, en Asís: La expulsión de los diablos de Arezzo.
19. Stigmatization of St Francis.
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Stigmatization of St. Francis - Giotto. 1297-1300. Fresco. 270 x 230 cm. San Francesco, Upper Church, Assisi, Italy.
GIOTTO Legend of St Francis: 19. Stigmatization of St Francis 1297-1300 Fresco, 270 x 230 cm Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi
Giotto - Legend of St Francis - -19- - Stigmatization of St Francis - Saint Francis cycle in the Upper Church of San Francesco at Assisi - Wikimedia Commons
ŻYCIE ŚWIĘTEGO FRANCISZKA - 19. Stygmatyzacja świętego Franciszka 1297-1300 - Giotto Di Bondone - www.giottodibondone.org
St. Francis’s vision of a seraph, fresco by Giotto; in the Basilica of San Francesco, Assisi, Italy Source: Encyclopedia Britannica
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Giotto Stigmatization of St. Francis 1297-1300 San Francesco, Upper Church, Assisi, Italy
Legend of St Francis: 19. Stigmatization of St Francis. 1297-1300. Giotto. Fresco, 270 x 230 cm. Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi. This is the nineteenth of the twenty-eight scenes (twenty-five of which were painted by Giotto) of the Legend of Saint Francis. Giotto sets the event remote from the world, in the isolation of the mountains and unnoticed by the reading monk. Stigmatizarion is the high point in the life of the saint. It marks him our for all to see as an imitator of Christ.
1. Homage of a Simple Man
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L'omaggio del semplice Giotto Affresco, 1292-96 Basilica superiore di Assisi - The homage of the simple Giotto Fresco, 1292-96 Upper Basilica of Assisi
«El homenaje de un hombre sencillo», primera escena de los frescos de la Vida de San Francisco, en Asís De Giotto di Bondone. (Siglo XII)
File:Giotto - Legend of St Francis - -01- - Homage of a Simple Man.jpg le paysage ne joue aucun rôle dans la tradition de la peinture florentine, notamment dans l'oeuvre de Giotto
Giotto - Legend of St Francis - -01- - Homage of a Simple Man - Saint Francis cycle in the Upper Church of San Francesco at Assisi - Wikimedia Commons
Saint Francis cycle in the Upper Church of San Francesco at Assisi - Wikimedia Commons
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La leyenda de San Francisco
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I've always loved the mosaic window at many Catholic churchs where I go to. They're a such beauty thing to see. It's an awe to look at. Of course, a lot of details in the art of a colored window.
Beautiful glass that is rare to be seen in many churches.
Old Catholic Churches Stained Glass windows are AWESOME
St. Mary's Catholic Church stained glass, High Hill, TX
gorgeous stained glass window from traditional church
Stained glass cathedral window = pretty
Nice stained glass art. "Catholic"
Stained glass church window
Pope Francis as a boy.
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Pope Francis (born Jorge Mario Bergoglio, 12/17/1936) is the 266th and current Pope of the Catholic Church, a title he holds ex officio as Bishop of Rome, and Sovereign of the Vatican City. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Bergoglio worked briefly as a chemical technician and nightclub bouncer before beginning seminary studies.
POPE FRANCIS - Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Pope Francis) was born on 17 December 1936 in Buenos Aires into a middle-class family of seven in 1936, his father a railway worker and his mother a housewife.
¿Qué quería ser el niño Jorge Bergoglio de grande? Lo cuenta el Papa Francisco 06/11/2015 - 01:27 pm .- Este viernes la revista holandesa Straatnieuws publicó la entrevista que el Papa Francisco concedió a un sin techo –persona que no tiene casa-, con quien conversó sobre la pobreza, la defensa de los niños, los tesoros de la Iglesia; y donde contó que es lo que el niño Jorge Mario Bergoglio quería ser de grande.
This undated file photo made available by Maria Helena Bergoglio shows Jorge Mario Bergoglio as a teenager in He is being hailed with pride and wonder as the "first Latino pope," a native Spanish speaker born and raised in the South American nation of Argentina. But for some Latinos in the United States, there's a catch: Pope Francis' parents were born in Italy. The conversation about Pope Francis' ethnicity is rooted in history and geography.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio would become 266th Pope of the Catholic Church.
Here Are 28 Famous People When They Were Young - 25.) Pope Francis
A young Jorge Mario Bergoglio, later known as Pope Francis.
Pope Francis as a young boy. By Jorge Mario Bergoglio.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio (pope Francis) as a young boy
Pope Francis (left) on his First Holy Communion day.
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Francis (born Jorge Mario Bergoglio, 17 December 1936) is the 266th and current Pope of the Catholic Church having been elected Bishop of Rome and absolute Sovereign of Vatican City.Throughout his life, both as an individual and as a religious leader, Bergoglio has been noted for his humility, his
Jorge Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, is seen with his brother Oscar after first Communion in 1942 Jorge Mario Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, is pictured, left, with his brother Oscar following their first Communion in this 1942 family photo. (CNS photo/courtesy of Maria Elena Bergoglio via Reuters)
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Bergoglio (left) with his brother Oscar, in 1942, after receiving First Communion. Courtesy Maria Elena Bergoglio/Reuters.
This undated handout reproduction photo made available by Maria Elena Bergoglio, shows Jorge Mario Bergoglio, left, and his brother Oscar, p...
The now Pope Francis (left) in his young years with his brother Oscar Bergoglio.
#FOTOS El #PapaFrancisco y una travesía por sus años de juventud
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17. St Francis Preaching before Honorius III.
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Giotto - La predica dinnanzi a Onorio - Chiesa Superiore di San Francesco, Assisi.
Onorio III ascolta la predica di Francesco
St Francis Preaching
Vatican City—Pope John XXIII enjoys the snow, 1958. Popes are people, too♥
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CME: The pope was once a boy, a student, then a priest, and so on. He is human! There is a photo of Pope John XXIII in Vatican City playing in the snow. The priest has the potential to do some much in the community, and the church. They can get "promoted" and earn their way through the ranks. They must adapt to knew responsibilities and changes.
Vatican City—Pope John XXIII enjoys the snow, 1958. ©Leonard Freed -- The French term joie de vivre fits this scene best. There is something so compelling about seeing the human side of a world leader.
Vatican City: the Pope John XXIII (at the time just a priest) enjoys the snow, 1958. ©Leonard Freed
Vatican City—Pope John XXIII enjoys the snow with a snowball fight, 1958. ©Leonard Freed
Vatican City: Pope John XXIII enjoys the snow, 1958 - photo by Leonard Freed
leonard freed. 1958. may have pinned this earlier
ITALY. Rome. 1958. © Leonard Freed/Magnum Photos
priests play in the snow in the Vatican City.
Vatican City 1958. ©Leonard Freed
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Eadwine Psalter, Canterbury 1155-1170 the scribe Eadwine hard at work
3. Dream of the Palace.
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Dream of the Palace - Giotto. 1297-99. Fresco. 270 X 230 cm. San Francesco, Upper Church, Assisi, Italy.
Giotto di Bondone, Fresques de la Vie de Saint-François d'Assise: (3) Le Christ lui apparaît en songe, et lui montre un palais rempli d'armes, fin du XIIIe siècle, Basilique Saint-François d'Assise
Giotto di Bondone Dream of the Palace 1297-1299 San Francesco, Upper Church, Assisi, Italy
#Giotto, “Legend of St Francis: Dream of the Palace: (1297–99), fresco, 270 x 230 cm
Legend of St Francis: Dream of the Palace (1297 – 1299), by Giotto – Source.
Giotto di Bondone (?), Dream of the Palace, 1297-99
Dream of the Palace, Giotto, 1297-1299
When Eleanor of Aquitaine married Louis VII of France in 1137, she gave him the rock crystal vase on the left as a wedding present. The inscription on it says he, in turn, gave it to the Abbey of St.-Denis. It is now in the Louvre in Paris and is the only artifact of Eleanor's known to exist today.
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ELEANOR OF AQUITAINE GAVE LOUIS VIJ OF FRANCE THIS ROCK CRYSTAL VASE AS A WEDDING PRESENT IN 1137. IT IS NOW IN THE LOUVRE IN PARIS & IS THE ONLY ARTIFACT OF ELEANOR'S KNOWN TO EXIST TODAY.
Bl. Pope John Paul II at Holy Cross Cathedral in Boston, October 1979
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not quite a Saint, almost, :), Bl. Pope John Paul II at Holy Cross Cathedral in Boston, October 1979
THE GREAT SAINT!!! Pope John Paul II at Holy Cross Cathedral in Boston, October 1979
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John Paul II a modern saint
Bl. Pope John Paul II
Abelard and Heloise
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Abaelardus and Héloïse in the manuscript Roman de la Rose (14th century). I can't help but think they are making gang signs at one another.
Héloïse d’Argenteuil - was a brilliant scholar of Latin, Greek and Hebrew and had a reputation for intelligence and insight. Best remembered for her love affair and correspondence with Peter Abelard in the 12th century. The image is imaginings of Abelard and Heloise from the 14th century Roman de la Rose.
‘Heloise and Abelard’ is one of history’s most passionate and romantic true love stories. The nine hundred year old love affair of the 12th century philosopher and theologian and his student Heloise continues to inspire and move us. Their passionate relationship scandalized the community in which they lived.
Musée Condé, Chantilly ms 482/665 fº 60 v°: Le Roman de la Rose. Miniature of Abelard and Heloise. 14th c.
Abelardo ed Eloisa in una miniatura contenuta nel manoscritto del "Roman de la rose" di Jean de Meung (ca. 1240 - 1305/15) conservato nel Musée Condé di Chantilly - dipartimento dell'Oise
Pietro Abelardo ed Eloisa - Miniatura nel " Roman de la Rose " ( 1275 - 1280 ) di Jean de Meung, conservato nel Museo Condé di Chantilly. Il poema - che riprende e completa l'opera iniziata nel 1237 da Guillaume de Lorris - conobbe un immenso successo, tanto che il manoscritto fu uno dei più copiati del Medioevo.
Detail of an illumination from a 14th c. manuscript of Le Roman de la Rose is in the Musée Condé.
Peter Abelard and Héloïse d’Argenteuil The relationship between French medieval scholars Héloïse d’Argenteuil and Peter Abelard is fraught with tragedy and fascination. Héloïse’s egalitarian viewpoints were certainly progressive for the 12th century. This drew the interest of philosopher and theologian Abelard, and the two began an illicit affair. Héloïse’s uncle disapproved of the relationship, castrated Abelard, banished him to a monasticand forced Héloïse to become a nun.
Pierre Abélard et éloïse, le "roman de la rose" (musée de Chantilly)- Théologien et philosophe (Le Pallet, Nantes 1079-prieuré de St Marcel, Châlon sur Saone, 1142). D'abord élève de Guillaume de Champeaux, il enseigne à un peu plus de 30 ans, à la faculté de théologie de Paris, où ses idées lui attirent la dévotion de ses élèves. Son amour pour Héloïse et son mariage secret, qui se situent à cette époque, nous laissent les fameuses Lettres à HéloIse où l'on découvre un personnage romantique.
"Nothing emboldens the wicked so greatly as the lack of courage on the part of the good" - Pope Leo XIII