Raising of Lazarus

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Ivory panel of the Raising of Lazarus

Probably made in Venice, this ivory panel was carved in a Byzantine style. Byzantine craftsmen were much in demand in Italy. The panel shows Christ with a hand raised, the other hand holding a staff. Behind him a bearded apostle and before him Mary and Martha, kneeling with hands extended in supplication. In a small shrine with cupola stands the swathed body of Lazarus. Venice (?), 9th century AD or earlier. Octobre 4, 2012, Canon 7D.

Early Medieval Archaeology - Magdeburg Ivories: Raising of Lazarus Religious Pictures, Religious Art, Ancient Architecture, Art And Architecture, Raising Of Lazarus, Free Standing Sculpture, Alien Artifacts, Romanesque Art, Web Gallery Of Art

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Psalter-Hours - Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts Online - The Morgan Library & Museum Medieval Books, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Raising Of Lazarus, Medieval Pattern, Medieval Paintings, Principles Of Art

Psalter-Hours, MS M.729 fol. 70v - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts

Psalter-Hours, France, Amiens, between 1280 and 1299

BLAGO : Decani : 24 Christ Talking to Martha and Mary in Bethany and Raising of Lazarus Fresco, Raising Of Lazarus, Life Of Christ, Byzantine Icons, Mural Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Mary, Museum, Culture

BLAGO : Decani : 24 Christ Talking to Martha and Mary in Bethany and Raising of Lazarus

Serbian Culture and Heritage | Srpska kultura i kulturno nasledje

 5 Raising of Lazarus Psalter (The 'Melisende Psalter') c. Manuscript Creator: Basilius [artist] Held by British Library Egerton MS 1139 Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Jamie Hewlett Art, Raising Of Lazarus, Spiral Art, Sacred Geometry Tattoo, Flower Mandala, 12th Century

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Production place Made in Venice (?) (all objects) (Europe,Italy,Veneto,Venice (province),Venice) Made in Egypt (? Raising Of Lazarus, Mary And Martha, First Finger, Byzantine, British Museum, Egypt, Objects, Miniatures, Statue

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Full: Front Panel; ivory; the Raising of Lazarus; Christ with cruciferous nimbus moves to right with hand raised and first finger extended; other hand carries a staff; behind him walks a bearded apostle; before him are Mary and Martha, one standing listening, the other kneeling with hands extended in supplication; behind them to right is an aedicula with cupola, in which is the swathed body of Lazarus; in the background the buildings of Bethany. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Icon of The Raising of Lazarus Byzantine School The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology Religious Images, Religious Icons, Religious Art, Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Raising Of Lazarus, Christian Artwork, Religion Catolica, Russian Icons

Icon of The Raising of Lazarus

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The Baptism of Christ. The Transfiguration. The Raising of Lazarus. Second half of the century. The Holy Monastery of Saint Catherine, Sinai. Raising Of Lazarus, Baptism Of Christ, The Transfiguration, Religious Paintings, Byzantine Icons, 12th Century, Sacred Art, Christian Art, Saints

The Baptism of Christ. The Transfiguration. The Raising of Lazarus. Second half of the 12th century