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Maria Magdalena ~ Carlo Crivelli ~1480

Carlo CRIVELLI Maria Magdalena 1480 (Large Size Paintings)

Saint Mary Magdalene the most misinterpreted disciple of Jesus. First of all, she was never a Magdalene, in fact she came from the village of Magdala, Mary of Magdala not Mary Magdalene as we know her. She is holy as the other apostles.

Saint Mary Magdalene - pray for those of us who are also wronged and misportrayed (by karmievarya)

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Rogier van der Weyden (Flemish painter, 1400-1464) - Magdalen Right panel of the Braque triptych.  This may very well be the finest Flemish 15th century portrait existing. Please note Mary's elegant posture, her splendid clothes and delicate face. In her hand is her usual attribute; the jar with ointment with which she has anointed Jesus' feet.  The text in the top refers to that act as described in John 12.

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Rogier Van Der Weyden Braque Family Triptych - right wing, , Musee du Louvre, Paris. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Braque Family Triptych - right wing by Rogier Van Der Weyden.

Donatello's Mary Magdalen THE most haunting image I have ever seen. I hated leaving her behind.

Donatello's Mary Magdalene - THE most haunting image I have ever seen. I hated leaving her behind. >>> Surely the most startling sculpture to come out of the Renaissance?

Mary means ‘wise woman/lady’. It is a Greek form of the Hebrew Miriam or Mariamme, and was the most popular woman's name at the time - perhaps a tribute to the young and beautiful Princess Mariamme, murdered by her husband King Herod in 28/27BC. Mary came from a now-vanished town called Magdala, on the western side of the Sea of Galilee. She is often called Mary Magdalene

Mary of Magdala with her free flowing long hair and symbolic jar of ointment. St Matthews, Carver Street, Sheffield by Lavers and Westlake, 1902

Mantecadas de Astorga. A spongy pastry, similar to a muffin. The most important mantecadas are from Astorga( a town in the province of León)the taste is amazing,rich flavour wich comes from the cow fat( at home you can use butter or margarine) and sugar, flour, eggs and some cinnamon. The ones i always knew are square, with the spinkle sugar on the top. So scrummy!I f you happen to go near the province of León or nearby, don't miss to try them. They'll hook you!and with a spanish…

Historia y receta de las mantecadas de Astorga

Mantecadas de Astorga. A spongy pastry, similar to a muffin. The most important mantecadas are from Astorga( a town in the province of León)the taste is amazing,rich flavour wich comes from the cow fat( at home you can use butter or margarine) and sugar, flour, eggs and some cinnamon. The ones i always knew are square, with the spinkle sugar on the top. So scrummy!I f you happen to go near the province of León or nearby, don't miss to try them. They'll hook you!and with a spanish…

Mary Magdalene  - Mourned the death of Jesus alongside Mary and discovered His resurrection. Often mistakenly labeled as a prostitute, she was cleansed of seven demons by Jesus and served as the "Apostle to the Apostles" according to St. Augustine. Patron saint of women, converts, hairdressers, and penitent sinners.

Dante Gabriel - 1882 Mary Magdalene - Mourned the death of Jesus alongside Mary. Patron saint of women, converts, hairdressers, and penitent sinners.

Santa Maria Magdalena Biografia, Imagenes, Vida, Historia, Milagros

Santa Maria Magdalena Biografia, Imagenes, Vida, Historia, Milagros

Terug naar Eenheid: Maria Magdalena en Petrus in ons

Terug naar Eenheid: Maria Magdalena en Petrus in ons

Maria Magdalena: uno de los personajes más enigmáticos e incomprendidos de la historia

Maria Magdalena: uno de los personajes más enigmáticos e incomprendidos de la historia

Georges de la Tour, wrote a story that went along with this painting in a HS art class.  Happy memories stumbling across it on pinterest.

The Magdalen with the Smoking Flame Georges de la Tour (France, Vic-sur-Seille, France, circa Paintings; glass paintings Oil on canvas