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):
In this tenth episode of St. Luke’s Gallery, we take a look at am important work of sacred art by Pompeo Batoni, devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
In this ninth episode, we study the Ghent Altarpiece by the 15th Century Flemish painter, Jan Van Eyck.
In this eighth episode of St. Luke’s Gallery, recorded on Pentecost Sunday 2021, we aptly study “The Pentecost”, an incredible oil painting by the 18th Century French painter, Jean II Restout.
Hello and welcome to Saint Luke’s Gallery. The purpose of this site is to share my appreciation of sacred art with you, and hopefully persuade you to look at art in general, in a new perspective. One reason why I created this site is because we’re all looking at our computers, iPads and phones – especially now with so much of the outside world locked down. Unfortunately, a lot of what’s online is designed to provoke us, scandalize us and in the case of most social media outlets, dumb us down. I don’t know about you but I’d like to see more positivity and on that note, I hope you’ll enjoy this introduction and visit St. Luke’s regularly as I develop a series.