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Topic: tabernacle

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Church sunday easter time, religion.

Church sunday easter time, religion.

The Cross: Free images of the cross and christianity available for commercial use and free download. Copyright-free, no attribution required.

Tabernacle frame

Tabernacle frame

The shallow molding profile of this engaged frame provides a gentle transition to the punched borders of the painting, a "Madonna and Child'" formerly attributed to Naddo Ceccarelli (fl. 1340s). The compressed ... more

Tabernacle or Folding Shrine

Tabernacle or Folding Shrine

The thirteenth and fourteenth centuries saw an increased demand for small portable devotional shrines or tabernacles made of ivory or metal, typically with a courtly, elegant, yet tender Virgin standing in the ... more

Tabernacle with Crucifixion Scene

Tabernacle with Crucifixion Scene

Made in probably the Veneto, Italy

Tabernacle

Tabernacle

The central statuette shows Mary appearing as the Queen of Heaven with the standing Christ Child blessing the approaching Magi on the wings. The right wing focuses on the role of Joseph, who presents the infan... more

Tabernacle with Scenes from the Infancy of Christ

Tabernacle with Scenes from the Infancy of Christ

Miniature portable tabernacles containing a statuette of the Virgin and Child accompanied by scenes of Christ's infancy became very popular in thirteenth- and fourteenth-century France. Made in France

The Tabernacle from BL Royal 19 D II, f. 68v

The Tabernacle from BL Royal 19 D II, f. 68v

Detail of a miniature of the building of the tabernacle. Image taken from f. 68v of Bible historiale complétée moyenne (the 'Bible Historiale of John the Good'). Written in French.

Architectural Fragment from a Retable, Tabernacle, or Tomb

Architectural Fragment from a Retable, Tabernacle, or Tomb

Made in Burgundy or Ile de France, France

Tabernacle
Architectural Fragment from a Retable, Tabernacle, or Tomb

Architectural Fragment from a Retable, Tabernacle, or Tomb

Made in Burgundy or Île de France, France

Architectural Fragment from a Retable, Tabernacle, or Tomb

Architectural Fragment from a Retable, Tabernacle, or Tomb

Made in Burgundy or Île-de-France, France

Tabernacle frame

Tabernacle frame

The regilding on the frame engaged to this 'Crucified Christ between the Virgin and Saint John the Evangelist' by Lorenzo Monaco (ca. 1370-1426) is datable to about 1950-60 and the capitals, bases, and bottom-e... more

Chandelier with tabernacle (Kapellenkrone)

Chandelier with tabernacle (Kapellenkrone)

The branches and shaft of the chandelier have been correspondingly numbered with a system of drill holes. The branches and nozzles are similar in shape to those of a large tabernacle-chandelier from the church ... more

Tabernacle from BL Royal 18 D IX, f. 153

Tabernacle from BL Royal 18 D IX, f. 153

Detail of a miniature of men in prayer before the ark and tabernacle. Image taken from f. 153 of La Bible Historiale, Part 1 (Bible Historiale of Edward IV). Written in French.

Tabernacle from BL Royal 18 D IX, f. 197v

Tabernacle from BL Royal 18 D IX, f. 197v

Miniature of the golden tabernacle, with tents pitched round it. Image taken from f. 197v of La Bible Historiale, Part 1 (Bible Historiale of Edward IV). Written in French.

Tabernacle from BL Royal 18 D IX, f. 197v

Tabernacle from BL Royal 18 D IX, f. 197v

Detail of a miniature of the golden tabernacle, with tents pitched round it. Image taken from f. 197v of La Bible Historiale, Part 1 (Bible Historiale of Edward IV). Written in French.

Tabernacle from BL Royal 18 D IX, f. 153

Tabernacle from BL Royal 18 D IX, f. 153

Miniature of men in prayer before the ark and tabernacle. Image taken from f. 153 of La Bible Historiale, Part 1 (Bible Historiale of Edward IV). Written in French.

Part of a tabernacle frame

Part of a tabernacle frame

The forms of the cornice, arch, and pilasters on this tabernacle front were derived from furniture made in Antwerp in the mid-sixteenth century. The pilaster ornament, for example, resembles the ornament down t... more

Design for an Polygonal Tabernacle, with Obelisks and a Pediment Surmounted by Three Figures Supporting a Tempietto-like Structure

Design for an Polygonal Tabernacle, with Obelisks and a Pediment Surmo...

Galeazzo Alessi (Italian, Perugia 1512–1572 Perugia)

Design for a Tabernacle Surmounted by Christ on the Cross and Praying Figures (the Virgin and Saint John?).

Design for a Tabernacle Surmounted by Christ on the Cross and Praying ...

Galeazzo Alessi (Italian, Perugia 1512–1572 Perugia)

Tabernacle frame

Tabernacle frame

A tabernacle frame is characterized by architectonic structural and decorative members, most often based on classical precedents. This type of frame grew increasingly popular during the fifteenth century, and m... more

Architecturally-Shaped Tabernacle with a Saint and Four Putti

Architecturally-Shaped Tabernacle with a Saint and Four Putti

Architecturally-shaped tabernacle with a protruding ressault in the shape of a portico crowned by a slender tower in the middle. The tabernacle is characterized by five niches, seperated by pillars. The central... more

A Tabernacle Containing a Papal Escutcheon Supported by Angels

A Tabernacle Containing a Papal Escutcheon Supported by Angels

Giulio Romano (Italian, Rome 1499?–1546 Mantua)

Tabernacle mirror frame

Tabernacle mirror frame

A myriad of meanings, both positive and negative, were attached to mirrors in the Renaissance. Symbols of vanity, voluptuousness, deceit, humility, and pride, mirrors were also associated with prudence, a virtu... more

Design for the Tabernacle of the Sistine Chapel in the Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome

Design for the Tabernacle of the Sistine Chapel in the Santa Maria Mag...

Bastiano Torrigiani (Italian, Bologna ?–1596 Rome)

Design for a Tabernacle with the Annunciation

Design for a Tabernacle with the Annunciation

Anonymous, German, 17th century

Design for Altar Tabernacle

Design for Altar Tabernacle

Anonymous, French, 17th century

Design for a Tabernacle with Two Variants, from: Tabernacles à l'italienne
Design for a Tabernacle

Design for a Tabernacle

Pierre Puget (French, Château Follet 1620–1694 Fougette)

Design for a Tabernacle

Design for a Tabernacle

Anonymous, French, 18th century

Plan and Elevation of the Capuchin Tabernacle of Luneville

Plan and Elevation of the Capuchin Tabernacle of Luneville

Adrian La Touvenot (French, active 1787)

The tabernacle in the wilderness, and plan of the encampment. Exod. XI. 2 / lith'y. of A. Kollner Phila ; H. Camp's lith'c. press.

The tabernacle in the wilderness, and plan of the encampment. Exod. XI...

Print shows a temporary tabernacle building surrounded by a curtained wall in a large clearing with tents comprising the "First Division Camp of Judah" on the east side, the "Second Division Camp of Reuben" on ... more

The Broadway Tabernacle, New York, in Anniversary Week

The Broadway Tabernacle, New York, in Anniversary Week

This interior shows a famous church on Broadway between Worth Street and Catherine Lane, opened in 1836 to hold 2,400 people, the size of crowds that flocked to hear the evangelist Charles Finney. The building ... more