D'autres idées de FILBET
Madonna and Child (Germany, ca. 1470-80, Detroit Institute of Art).

Madonna and Child (Germany, ca. 1470-80, Detroit Institute of Art).

Notre Dame d'Usson, groupe en bois sculpté et peint polychrome, XIIe siecle, Musée d'art Roger-Quilliot, exemple de Vierge Sedes sapientæ

Notre Dame d'Usson, groupe en bois sculpté et peint polychrome, XIIe siecle, Musée d'art Roger-Quilliot, exemple de Vierge Sedes sapientæ

Donatello o Luca della Robbia - Madonna della Mela, 1400-1425 circa, terracotta, 90×64 cm. Museo Bardini, Firenze

Donatello o Luca della Robbia - Madonna della Mela, 1400-1425 circa, terracotta, 90×64 cm. Museo Bardini, Firenze

Virgen con el Niño. Talla policromada del siglo XIII. Iglesia de Sant Martí (Alta Cerdaña)

Virgen con el Niño. Talla policromada del siglo XIII. Iglesia de Sant Martí (Alta Cerdaña)

Virgen románica. Nuestra Señora de los Angeles, iglesia de San Esteban, Villanúa.

Virgen románica. Nuestra Señora de los Angeles, iglesia de San Esteban, Villanúa.

Trůnící Madona na lvech ze Skarbimierze, Muzeum Narodowe we Wrocławiu.

Trůnící Madona na lvech ze Skarbimierze, Muzeum Narodowe we Wrocławiu.

Virgen románica francesa. 1113-40. New York Metropolitan Museum of Art

Virgen románica francesa. 1113-40. New York Metropolitan Museum of Art

Our Lady of Marsat. the color symbolism of this Black Madonna, dressed in red and gold. I suggest red and gold represent her two natures, human and divine, which in later centuries will be denoted by red and blue. (See introduction) Mary shares these two natures with her son, as we all potentially do. This would explain why Jesus' undergarment is pure gold, while his outer garment is as red as Mary's: He was divine first, then became human. Mary's dress in contrast, was first painted red…

Our Lady of Marsat. the color symbolism of this Black Madonna, dressed in red and gold. I suggest red and gold represent her two natures, human and divine, which in later centuries will be denoted by red and blue. (See introduction) Mary shares these two natures with her son, as we all potentially do. This would explain why Jesus' undergarment is pure gold, while his outer garment is as red as Mary's: He was divine first, then became human. Mary's dress in contrast, was first painted red…

Notre Dame d'Anjony, château de Tournemire, Cantal, France

Notre Dame d'Anjony, château de Tournemire, Cantal, France

Madonna and child - Ivory. 13th century.

Madonna and child - Ivory. 13th century.