Serena Lanji
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Candle Lighting, acrylic on canvas, 90 x 70 cm. The table glows like a burning bush.

Embrace the colors surrounding each being, living thing, object. Allow colors vibrating in you to emanate positive hues.

Dress of a girl from a grave in Boldva, Hungary, 16th century.  National Museum of Hungary.

FCBTC / Dress of a girl from a grave in Boldva, Hungary, century. National Museum of Hungary. So they dug up this poor girl and took her clothes?

Byzantine

Agnes Early Christian Mosaics from the Fourth to the Seventh Centuries: Rome, Naples, Milan, Ravenna. Fourteen Plates in Color. Translated from the German,

Byzantine embroidery was also prized in Western Europe as shown by the so-called Dalmatic of Charlemagne purported to be commissioned or given as a diplomatic gift for Charlemagne’s coronation in 800. The work, now stored in the Vatican treasury, is actually a patriarch’s sakkos (tunic) that Constantinopolitan artists created in the 14th century. On the front of this fabulous garment, Christ Enthroned is embroidered in silk and gold threads.

Purported to be commissioned or given as a diplomatic gift for Charlemagne’s coronation in The work, now stored in the Vatican treasury, is actually a patriarch’s sakkos (tunic) that Constantinopolitan artists created in the century.

Ancient Egyptian Art, Painting, Sculpture - The Scribe

Ancient Egyptian Art, Painting, Sculpture - The Scribe - This would be a good picture to put on the front of the "Scribe Kit" prize.

Hathor is the mother goddess and goddess of love of ancient Egypt. She was worshipped c. 2700 BCE or possibly earlier, to c. 400 CE, in a cult that flourished in Ta-Netjer ('Land of God' – modern day Dendera, or Dendara) in Upper Egypt, as well as Thebes and Giza, and her priests included both men and women.

Egyptian mother god Hathor (left), the goddess of love in ancient Egypt. She was worshipped CE in Upper Egypt, as well as in Thebes and Giza. She had both male and female priests