Friday, February 15, 2008

Fine Art Friday

Today we spotlight Spanish artist Francisco de Zurbarán (1598-1664)
A highly original Spanish artist, Francisco de Zurbarán, until recently was not known beyond Spain. His works are rarely met in European museums and are highly appreciated by collectors.
Pictures and biography are taken from Olga's Gallery

St. Francis
The Ecstasy of St. Francis c. 1660

St. Appolonia
St. Apollonia

Immaculate Conception
The Immaculate Conception c. 1660

Still life with Lemons, Oranges and Rose 1633

agnus dei
Agnus Dei

The Crucifixion c.1650


teresa_anawim2 said...

That Agnus Dei is one of my favorite prints. I have a card of it which I have kept for years and use as a bookmark for all my spiritual reading. It is tattered, dogeared, and crumpled , but remains my fav.
"This is the Lamb of God" has been a phrase ringing in my heart since childhood,and is special ever time I hear it after the Elevation.

I look forward to these art posts.

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EC Gefroh said...

Teresa, I think I got that prayer card from Women of Faith and Family. I love it.

Thanks ladies.