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The series on Sacred Art in the Land of Rus continues with a look at some of the incredible works of art from the 19th and the early part of the 20th Century before the 1917 revolution.

The series on sacred art in the land of Rus continues with a look at some of the 17th and 18th Century works created in what is now, modern-day Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

In this second part of my series on sacred art in the Land of Rus, we take a look at some examples from the 12th to the 16th Centuries.

First part of the series:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/oIt0DHF9SgsY/

Earlier episode on the Vladimir icon:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/NK2uvuQVUTZj/

In this first chapter on a series of sacred art in the land of Rus, we start with a brief history of that region which is now Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. We then look at some examples of sacred art from the 10th to the 12th Century.

After a six month pause, St. Luke's Gallery is coming back with a new series devoted to Sacred Art in the Land of Rus. Until then, enjoy this preview.

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In this tenth edition of St. Luke's Gallery, we look at Batoni's depiction of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

In this ninth edition of St. Luke's Gallery, we look at the incredible Ghent Altarpiece, painted in the 15th Century by the Flemish artist, Jan van Eyck.

In this eighth edition of St. Luke's Gallery, recorded on Pentecost Sunday 2021, we study the aptly titled "The Pentecost" by the 18th Century French painter, Jean II Restout.

In this seventh episode of St. Luke's Gallery, recorded on Easter Sunday 2021, we study this appropriate and notable work of art by the Russian painter, Alexander Ivanov, titled: Christ's Appearance to Mary Magdalene After the Resurrection.

In this sixth edition of St. Luke's Gallery, we study five works of art for meditation upon the five Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary.

In this edition of St. Luke's Gallery, we study The Annunciation by the American painter, Henry Ossawa Tanner.

In this fifth episode of St. Luke's Gallery, we study the beloved 12th Century Russian icon, Our Lady of Vladimir.

Hello and welcome to St. Luke's Gallery. The purpose of this channel is to share my appreciation of sacred art with you and hopefully persuade you to look at art, in general, in a new perspective. In this introductory episode, I'll define sacred art and present some examples from the Roman and Eastern Catholic rites.

In this fourth episode of St. Luke's Gallery, we study St. Joseph With the Infant Jesus, painted by Guido Reni in the 1620s.

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