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Beato Angelico, Annunciazione (Museo Diocesano, Cortona)

Fra Angelico, Annunciation, ca.

Fra Angelico - Verkündigung an Maria

Fra Angelico - The Annunciation - Fine Art Reproduction, individual art card

The Story of St. Nicholas by @artistangelico #earlyrenaissance

The Story of St Nicholas, Tempera by Fra Angelico (Fine Art Art reproduction Fra Angelico)

Fra Angelico | Coronation of the Virgin (detail), c. 1434 | Paris, musée du Louvre

Fra Angelico | Coronation of the Virgin (detail), c. 1434 | Paris, musée du Louvre

Fra Angelico (Italian, ca.1395-1455) ~ Angels

An angel in adoration oil painting by Fra Angelico (Guido di Pietro), The highest quality oil painting reproductions and great customer service!

On this last Sunday in Advent, an angel startles a young woman in Nazareth.  What was old, and what was new in his message to her? Gospel (Read Lk 1:26-38) How many times have we heard this Scripture read?  If it is very familiar to us, we should make the effort to hear it now …

Scripture Speaks: Last Sunday in Advent

Fra Angelico, Annonciation, Fresco, 176 x 148 cm Convento di San Marco, Florence

We are going to look at, in just a moment, the incredible idea of the reality of the resurrection, as you come to your truth, as is lived for the first time the reality of you in your maturity, in your coming into your new sense of consciousness. #masterteacher #resurrection #easter #miracles #truth

Sown In Thorns And Raised In Lilies - You are risen. You are risen indeed.

We are going to look at, in just a moment, the incredible idea of the reality of the resurrection, as you come to your truth, as is lived for the first time the reality of you in your maturity, in your coming into your new sense of consciousness. #masterteacher #resurrection #easter #miracles #truth

John the Baptist  Fra Angelico, Perugia Altarpiece, 1437  At the Edge of the Enclosure

Fra Angelico ~ San Juan Bautista ~ 1437 ~ Altar de Perugia ~ Fra Angelico was an Early Italian Renaissance painter described by Vasari in his Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects as having "a rare and perfect talent".

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