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Graffiti Artists Spray Paint A Church Fresco, In Romanesque Style, Barcelona Spain

The Vesica Piscis has been called a symbol of the fusion of opposites and a passageway through the world's apparent polarities.[20] It has also been noted as the geometry for the human eye.[20] It is also known to be the basis for the Ichthys fish, which is a Christian symbol representing "The Son", Jesus Christ. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flower_of_Life | Church of Santa Maria

The Madonna Enthroned. This image shows Mary holding the newborn Christ in her arms and he prepares to inspire the world through God.

Romanesque, Venice

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Saint Gregory of Sinai Monastery is an Eastern Orthodox men's community. The Monastery Icon Workshop specializes in egg tempera panel icons, fresco painting, and mosaics.

A Romanesque fresco adorns the apse of the Basilica of the Holy Trinity of Saccargia in northern Sardinia, Italy.

This is an example of a Romanesque wall painting in Spain.

This is an example of a Romanesque wall painting in Spain.

Santa Maria in Trastevere church in Rome.  Founded in the 3rd century, this church was one of the very first official places of Christian worship in Rome. The present building dates mostly from the 12th century.  The magnificent mosaic of the apse depicts the Coronation of the Virgin. Saints, led by Peter, witness the scene.  The lower panels by Pietro Cavallini (1291) illustrate episodes from the Virgin's life.

Rome - Colour and theatre

Romanesque, Period, Venice, Icons, Pintura, Repeating Decimal

When people would see these pictures they know that are not from one of the churches from the century because of the different images that they drew.

Romanesque, Period, Repeating Decimal

Romanesque, Prayer Rug, Period, Repeating Decimal

Romanesque, Period, Repeating Decimal

Abside di San Giovanni in Laterano, Roma

Abside di San Giovanni in Laterano, Roma

Maria Laach Abbey

Maria Laach Abbey

Mosaics in Santa Costanza, a church in Rome # "the mosaics that decorate the church's ceiling and walls, which, as 4th-century mosaics, are some of the most important early Christian art in the world"

The Mausoleum of Santa Costanza: Ancient Mosaics and a Round Church - Revealed Rome

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