Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Japanese Madonna

















The work of an (anonymous)Carmelite Nun of Japan. (link)

(Reposted from '06)

9 comments:

Terry Nelson said...

What lovely images. I love Japanese art and culture. Thanks for the link. I wonder if the monastery is Japanese style - I've always thought 'sukiya' architecture as well as Japanese gardens - especially Zen style gardens - would be very Carmelite.

rhapsody said...

Hi Terry-

I like the different Madonnas she has done, also. Was trying to post some pix of another artist recently, but I think there is a block on her work that keeps it from being uploaded- although I do have some of her work in my archives. I probably should try & get permission before I repost the pix- but anyway, here's the link to another artist you might like- Wislawa Kwiatkowska:


http://www.udayton.edu/mary/polishexhibit.html

Thomas LB said...

This is one of my favorite things you've posted!

rhapsody said...

Thank you too, Thomas.

When you have the chance, check out the link I posted in the comment above yours.

Thomas LB said...

I went up a directory to the main gallery link (http://www.udayton.edu/mary/gallery.html). Wow! They must have hundreds of different painting posted!

But my favorite is still the Japanese gallery.

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

That’s a fabulous picture.

rhapsody said...

Glad you like it Nick -

I found her work while I was looking for something else:)

Jeffrey Smith said...

Oh, that's nice.

rhapsody said...

I agree -

Her work is lovely:)

CVA

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