Recorded on December 6th 2023, this episode takes a look at St. Nicholas (not Santa Claus) on his feast day with his life depicted in some fine examples of sacred art.
In this 18th episode, recorded at the start of Lent, 2023, we study Christ in the Wilderness by the 19th Century Russian painter, Ivan Kramskoi.
In this episode, the fifth and final chapter of Sacred Art in the Land of Rus, we look at what has been happing in the region since the fall of communism. Those of you new to St. Luke’s Gallery may want to check out the four previous episodes first.
In this fourth part of the series on Sacred Art in the Land of Rus, we take a look at some of the incredible works created during the 19th and the early part of the 20th Century before the 1917 revolution. For those of you who are new, below are links to the first three parts of the series.
Our series on sacred art in the land of Rus continues with part 3 which covers some incredible works from the 17th and 18th Centuries. Please check out parts 1 and 2 if you are new to St. Luke’s Gallery – links below. Thank you and may God Bless you.
This is the second part of the series on sacred art in the Land of Rus. In this episode, we’ll pick up where the first part left off with some fine examples of sacred art from the 12th to the 16th Century. If this is your first time here, please check out part one which is linked below, and the episode on Our Lady of Vladimir which is linked blow as well. Thank you and may God Bless you.
Part one of the series:
Episode on the Vladimir icon:
Andrei Rublev film (1966):
Introducing part one of a series devoted to sacred art in the Land of Rus from the dawn of Christianity in that region, to the present day. This first part starts with a brief history on the land of Rus (modern day Russia, Ukraine and Belarus), its conversion to Christianity, and the early period of sacred art from the 10th to the 12th Centuries.
After a six month break, St. Luke’s is coming back with a new series about Sacred Art in the Land of Rus. Enjoy this preview in the meantime. Blessings to all of you as we go into the Easter Season.
In this fifth episode of St. Luke’s Gallery, we study the beloved 12th Century Russian icon, Our Lady of Vladimir.