The Holy Women at the Tomb - William-Adolphe Bouguereau

William Adolphe Bouguereau Le Saintes Femmes au Tombeau (the Holy Women at the Tomb - Resurrection)

EASTER: The Risen Christ <<< Matthew 28.1-20 >>> painting: He Qi 1999, Women Arriving At The Tomb/ Easter Morning / Women Resurrection Femmes/ Holy Spirit Coming

EASTER: The Risen Christ <<< Matthew >>> painting: He Qi Women Arriving At The Tomb/ Easter Morning / Women Resurrection Femmes/ Holy Spirit Coming

The Women at the Tomb, 13th century. http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-the-women-at-the-tomb-unknown-byzantine-empire-early-13th-century-77452169.html

~ The Women at the Tomb. Culture: Byzantine Place of origon: Nicomedia (or) Turkey Nicaea Date: early century - late century Medium: Tempera colors and gold leaf on parchment

Resurrection of Christ and the Women at the Tomb by Fra Angelico

ANGELICO, Fra Transfiguration (Cell Fresco, 181 x 152 cm Convento di San Marco, Florence This is the fresco on the wall of Cell 6 of the Convento di San Marco in Florence. In this fresco Christ stands on a rock, prefiguring his rising from the tomb.

Fra Angelico, Resurrection of Christ and Women at the Tomb, detail,  1440-42, fresco  http://casasantapia.com/art/fraangelico/conventodisanmarco.htm

Angelico,Resurrection of Christ and Women at the Tomb,detail, (Cell di San Marc

Bassa, Ferrer Three Women at the Tomb  c. 1346 Fresco Monastery of Pedralbes, Barcelona  Pedralbes once a village or small town, is now one of the suburbs of Barcelona. It is the site of a convent of the Order of St Claire which was built around 1326. There, in the chapel of St Michael, are Ferrer Bassa's frescoes, depicting scenes from the life of Christ.

BASSA, Ferrer Three Women at the Tomb c. 1346 Fresco Monastery of Pedralbes, Barcelona

The Women at the Tomb  by Unknown   Ottonian, Mainz or Fulda, about 1025 - 1050   Tempera colors and gold on parchment

The Women at the Tomb (Getty Museum) Women are woven throughout the Jesus story, and the bible overall, but they're often hidden in the Christian tradition. We'll discuss missing women in the creation story on September

Archangel (believed to be Gabriel) at the entrance of Christ's empty tomb, announcing His resurrection to the myrrh-bearing women. Description from angelgabriel.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Archangel Gabriel Outside Jesus' Tomb after Resurrection - Angels in art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It's About Time: Illuminated Manuscripts - Lent - British Library - Sloane 1977 fol-8 Easter Scenes 1b Holy Women at the Empty Tomb

It's About Time: Illuminated Manuscripts - Lent - British Library - Sloane 1977 Easter Scenes Holy Women at the Empty Tomb

British Library - Royal 2 B VII fol-281 Passion of Christ, detail Holy Women at The Empty Tomb

British Library - Royal 2 B VII Passion of Christ, detail Holy Women at The Empty Tomb

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