12.08.2013

The Eighth Day


Even in Baroque times she was loved and admired.
 
 
The Virgin of the Rosary
Bartolome Murillo
1617-1682



For more beautiful Mary art visit
SUNDAY'S CHILD
at Rebecca's place
 
 

10 comments:

  1. Yes, and that is my favorite period,
    the softness of the feminine shape,
    the lush fabrics...oh! to be able to paint like that!
    ♥♥(((Judie)))♥♥

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  2. She looks so young and innocent...
    Thank you for sharing this.

    Ruby

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  3. nice one; have a good Sunday

    much love...

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  4. A very sumptuous image with colors that are so rich as is the story being told.

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  5. Timeless woman, bursting with life.

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  6. They don't call these special people master painters for nothing. An absolutely gorgeous depiction from Murillo's point of view of Our Lady.

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  7. How Mary changes, according to the artist!

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  8. Thank you for your kind words!! I have enjoyed visiting your blog - so peaceful!

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