Search Results‘Nativity’ Minda Cox is an accomplished speaker, author, and artist. Here is her painting, "Nativity." What makes the painting even more remarkable is the reality that Minda has no arms and paints completely with her mouth. Nativity This early 15th century painting by an unknown Austrian master depicts the nativity from an apocryphal story where Mary is reclining on her bed while two midwives are giving a bath to the Christ Child. Nativity This early 16th century painting by an unknown Flemish master depicts the nativity from Luke 2:1-20, which is actually a copy of Han's Memling's Nativity in Cologne. 'Nativity' This blog post features the "Nativity" by Brian Kershisnik. At 17 feet long, the painting depicts Jesus in a manager, surrounded by Mary and Joseph, two other women, and a dog--all surrounded by numerous angels. Nativity This 15th century painting by Gentile da Fabriano depicts Luke 2:1-20, where several subjects coexist in this painting: the Madonna of Humility, the Nativity, and the Annunciation to the Shepherds. Nativity This 16th century painting by Hans Baldung Grien depicts the nativity from Luke 2:1-20. Nativity This 17th century chalk illustration by Guido Reni depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-20, showing the intimacy of the Virgin cradling her infant. Nativity This 15th century painting by Hans Memling depicts the nativity from Luke 2:1-20. Nativity: Warrior Before King Herod This Russian Icon from Northern Russia the Novgorod School depicts a Nativity scene where a warrior stands before King Herod. Nativity This 1981 painting by Henry Moore depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-18. ‘Nativity Fast’ begins in Orthodox Churches Paul Neeley explains the Nativity Fast, "a period of abstinence and penance practiced by the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, and Eastern Catholic Churches, in preparation for the Nativity of Christ." It is sometimes called Winter Lent. Nativity This 15th century painting by Piero della Francesca depicts the nativity from Luke 2:1-20, following traditional Northern iconography. Full Text Hymns on Nativity Come let us join our cheerful songsPD
God Bless Our Native LandPD
It came upon the midnight clearPD
See more hymns... Nativity Scene Tradition This story from PBS explores the history of the nativity scene. The crèche tradition is diverse, coming from many cultures and in many forms. Nativity Polyptych This 1961 polyptych by Francis Hoyland depicts nativity scenes from Luke 2:7–10, Matthew 2:16, John 13:2-9,12-14, and Matthew 2: 1–2, 11. Nativity This 15th century painting by Fra Angelico depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-20, with the additional of Saints Catherine of Alexandria and Peter Martyr. Nativity This 15th century painting by Francesco di Giorgio Martini depicts the nativity from Luke 2:1-20. Nativity This 16th century illustration by Gerard Horenbout depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-18. Nativity This 16th century fresco by Gaudenzio Ferrari depicts the Nativity from Luke 2:1-18. Nativity This 15th century painting by the Master of Ávila depicts the nativity from Luke 2:1-20. Nativity Made in 1511, Albrecht Dürer recreates the nativity scene with contemporary images from his German heritage and changing the image perspective from below. Notice one the of shepherds has a set of bagpipes.