Hello to all friends of "Fine Arts & meditation"!

The fine arts & meditation


Favorite picture on the desk of pope Francis in Argentina and Rome!

Crucifixion - Chagall

Marc Chagall - The White Crucifixion (1936)

Coptic icons   Jawlensky/Meditation         Fra Angelico - Annunciation       Budhha wheel      

   Coptic icons               Jawlensky/Meditation         Fra Angelico/Annunciation          Buddha

 

 Caravaggio/Matthew       Munch - the cry       Van Gogh - Starry Night                Shiva Nataraja

Caravaggio/Matthew                Munch/the Cry                  Van Gogh/Starry Night        Shiva Nataraja

 Boccioni - Brancusi - Caravaggio - Chagall - Duchamp - Turner -
Klimt - Matisse - Rembrandt - vanGogh


Boccioni - street noicis

    To open - clicking on the images!

   the kiss - Brancusi     Buddha earth touching  
 

 

 

 

 


 

     
      Umberto Boccioni                Brancusi/the Kiss                   Buddha                 

 

 

 

 Storm on the lake  -  Jesus sleeps in the boat  


Storm on the lake  -  

Jesus sleeps in the boat 

(Ethiopian icon)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Down: Rembrandt - The Prodigal son (1669)
William Turner - Venice (1838)

the prodigal son - Rembrandt Tuerner - Venezia Canale Grande 

 

 


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The fine arts -
explain, reveal, meditate upon
 

In school we had "art history"
as a subject. On holidays,
we have often admired
works of art and visited museums.

In museum we often stand dumbfounded
before large pictures,
but also small masterpieces
often cause our hearts
to leap as well.

This is why this homepage
was created: Experiencing
and sharing art through
meditation and encounter.

Not in a professional academic sense, but still factual, 
practical and proven.


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