Mother Mary and Baby Jesus christian paintings for living room
₹2,700.00 – ₹6,200.00
- Mother Mary and Baby Jesus Paintings
- Material & size: Select size & material from the dropdown menu
- Unframed -Only Canvas Painting Carefully Rolled in PVC tube
- you can frame as you like
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Mother Mary and Baby Jesus Christian paintings for living room
MPRO–TECH Branded Mother Mary and Baby Jesus Christian paintings. Buy Beautiful paintings and wall stickers Decoration product for your high-class flat interior… MPRO–TECH is a Digital Painting manufacturing unit to bring you a fine line of Canvas and digital paintings. We are making high-quality images & trials until we achieve what we can impress you with. We just want you to feel awesome when you admire it hanging on the wall…we are using Export quality Cotton fabric Canvas for home decor canvas painting and ..We are also producing our Painting on silk material and Vinyl Sticker Synthetic Material. We are using two types of Canvas like UV and Eco
UV Canvas is a lifetime color base product not require glass for the frame and not require any restriction to hang on the wall its looks like the hand painting. it’s washable and moisture-proof…Eco Canvas color may be fade after 3 to 5 years if the painting placed a heated area or direct sunlight area… Require AC room For this canvas. for the frame, Eco Canvas also not require Glass for the frame it’s also washable
We are not providing a frame because having a 90 % possibility of damage from courier Handling and extra cost of courier charges because it’s to big size canvas… The Readymade frame is not good for high class flat and residential houses…Wall beauty depends on the frame and finishes so you can choose a good quality frame as you like…
You don’t necessarily need to use glass for saving the painting from dust… You can frame open canvas…because you can be cleaned with a damp cloth once in a while & no colors would come off… All are easy to maintain & clean By shampoo water.
Free Shipping All Over India…We Will ship carefully rolled in PVC Tube
A Madonna (Italian: [maˈdɔnna]) is a representation of Mary, either alone or with her child Jesus. These images are central icons for both the Catholic and Orthodox churches. The word is from Italian ma donna, meaning ‘my lady’. The Madonna and Child type is very prevalent in Christian iconography, divided into many traditional subtypes especially in Eastern Orthodox iconography, often known after the location of a notable icon of the type, such as the Theotokos of Vladimir, Agiosoritissa, Blachernitissa, etc., or descriptive of the depicted posture, as in Hodegetria, Eleusa, etc.
The term Madonna in the sense of “picture or statue of the Virgin Mary” enters English usage in the 17th century, primarily in reference to works of the Italian Renaissance. In an Eastern Orthodox context, such images are typically known as Theotokos. “Madonna” may be generally used of representations of Mary, with or without the infant Jesus, is the focus and central figure of the image, possibly flanked or surrounded by angels or saints. Other types of Marian imagery have a narrative context, depicting scenes from the Life of the Virgin, e.g. the Annunciation to Mary, are not typically called “Madonna”.
The earliest depictions of Mary date still to Early Christianity (2nd to 3rd centuries), found in the Catacombs of Rome. These are in a narrative context. The classical “Madonna” or “Theotokos” imagery develops from the 5th century, as Marian devotion rose to great importance after the Council of Ephesus formally affirmed her status as “Mother of God or Theotokos (“God-bearer”) in 431. The Theotokos iconography as it developed in the 6th to 8th century rose to great importance in the high medieval period (12th to 14th centuries) both in the Eastern Orthodox and in the Latin spheres. According to a tradition recorded in the 8th century, Marian iconography goes back to a portrait drawn from life by Luke the Evangelist, with a number of icons (such as the Panagia Portaitissa) claimed to either represent this original icon or to be a direct copy of it. In the Western tradition, depictions of the Madonna were greatly diversified by Renaissance masters such as Duccio, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Giovanni Bellini, Caravaggio, and Rubens (and further by certain modernists such as Salvador Dalí and Henry Moore), while Eastern Orthodox iconography adheres more closely to the inherited traditional types
|Material and Size|
Eco Canvas 36 inch x 24 inch…90 cm x 60 cm, Eco Canvas 54 inch x 36 inch..135 cm x 90 cm, UV Canvas 36 inch x 24 inch…90 cm x 60 cm, UV Canvas 54 inch x 36 inch..135 cm x 90 cm
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