43 Different Icons, Frescoes and Paintings: The Meeting of Our Lord

 
Icons, Frescoes and Paintings of The Meeting of Our Lord
 
432-440. Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore 
7th Century. Santa Maria foris portas in Castelseprio, Italy

 

Middle of 9th Century. Chludov Psalter. State Historical Museum

986. Vatican Library

 

10-11th Century. Fresco from Tokalı Kilise, Turkey

 

Around 1030. Fresco from the Hosios Loukas Monastery in Greece

Middle of 11th Century. Miniature Gospel. Armenia


1156. Fresco from the Mirozhski Monastery, Pskov

1286. Page from Festal Mineon. Armenia

 

1291. Mosaic from Santa Maria in Trasteverde. Rome

 

12th Century. La Charité-sur-Loire, France

 

End of 12th Century. Georgia. Enamel 

 

1227-1238. Vladimir Museum.

 

1262 – Fresco from  Sopoćani monastery in Serbia

14th Century. Church of Dormition. Novgorod

 

1336. Cathedral of St. Sophia, Novgorod

 

1337. Church of the Mother of God in Pec, Kosovo
 

1342. Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Tempera on 
panel

 

15th Century. Byzantine Icon. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. Tempera on Wood

15th Century Icon. From the Iconostasis of the Cathedral of the Annunciation, Moscow

 

 

1408, From the workshop of Andrei Rublev. The State Russian Museum
 
Between 1411 and 1416. Limbourg brothers. Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry. tempera on vellum





Around 1425 – Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius

 

 

Middle of 15th Century – The Sergiev Posad Museum Preserve
 
  
 1455. Andrea Mantegna. Gemäldegalerie, Berlin. Tempera on canvas

Late 15th Century. Two Sided Icon -Tablet. Museum of Novgorod





 
First Half of 16th Century – Pskov Museum





 
1497. Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery





 
17th Century. Yaroslavl Icon

 

17th Century. Fresco from Church of Agios Nikolaos tis Stegis, Cyprus

 

 

 

1669. Rembrandt







1680s. Gury Nikitin. Kostroma Brotherhood of Painters

 

Without an established date:


Frescoe Kalenderhane Mosque, Istanbul

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