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Study for "Maria", Wall Painting in Tamatsukuri Cathedral, Osaka - Domoto Insho - Google Cultural Institute

Study for "Maria", Wall Painting in Tamatsukuri Cathedral, Osaka - Domoto Insho - Google Cultural Institute

Картинки по запросу 堂本 印象

Картинки по запросу 堂本 印象

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"A rare image of the Goddess Harati. To the left, you see her holding a pomegranate (she is standing in an ancient pomegranate grove). In the centre she is nursing a child while others play around her. To the right is a figure who could be Buddha.

Dog Family with Kishimojin Ozuma Kaname

Protects from evil, aids meditation and balance. Her symbols are water and pine. Kishi-mujin is a mother Goddess figure in Japan . Compassion: replacing sadness with joy; fear with comfort and darkness with light.

Inshō Dōmoto - Google Cultural Institute

Inshō Dōmoto - Google Cultural Institute

Yamashita, Rin. Icon of the Resurrection of Christ. On the back of the temple of the Resurrection in Tokyo and the inscription. part 13 Hermitage

Icon of the Resurrection of Christ. On the back of the temple of the Resurrection in Tokyo and the inscription. part 13 Hermitage

Роспись в православном храме Токио, выполненная Ириной Ямашитой

Роспись в православном храме Токио, выполненная Ириной Ямашитой

A unique example of Japanese Christian art, this Our Lady of the Snows was hidden in one of the houses of Nagasaki's secret Christians throughout the long ban on Christianity. | TWENTY-SIX MARTYRS MUSEUM

A unique example of Japanese Christian art, this Our Lady of the Snows was hidden in one of the houses of Nagasaki's secret Christians throughout the long ban on Christianity.

A unique example of Japanese Christian art, this Our Lady of the Snows was hidden in one of the houses of Nagasaki's secret Christians throughout the long ban on Christianity. | TWENTY-SIX MARTYRS MUSEUM

A unique example of Japanese Christian art, this Our Lady of the Snows was hidden in one of the houses of Nagasaki's secret Christians throughout the long ban on Christianity.

eastiseverywhere: medievalpoc: Japanese... - People of Color in European Art History

eastiseverywhere: “medievalpoc: “Japanese Artist-Edo Period Fragment of Namban Screen with representation of Amakusa Shiro Japan (c. Ink and Gold Leaf, x Seattle Art.

SSPX Asia newsletter:Japanese Christian Art In the Jesuit Century

SSPX Asia newsletter:Japanese Christian Art In the Jesuit Century

A fumi-e was a religious icon used test to the faith of Japanese  Christians. It could be made out of bronze, wood, or ceramic, or a combination of  materials. Some would feature the Madonna, but in this example we see that this fumi-e is a crucifix.

A fumi-e was a religious icon used test to the faith of Japanese Christians. It could be made out of bronze, wood, or ceramic, or a combination of materials. Some would feature the Madonna, but in this example we see that this fumi-e is a crucifix.

Tea bowl with cross. The owner of this bowl could partake tea and biscuits with government officials, who would be completely unaware that their host was a hidden Christian celebrating Holy Communion right under their noses. The tea being the blood, the biscuit being the flesh of Christ.

Tea bowl with cross. The owner of this bowl could partake tea and biscuits with government officials, who would be completely unaware that their host was a hidden Christian celebrating Holy Communion right under their noses. The tea being the blood, the biscuit being the flesh of Christ.

Postcard showing a Japanese woman about to take the Christian allegiance test, if she walks across the holy icon (fumi-e) she is set free, if she walks around it, she is executed.

Postcard showing a Japanese woman about to take the Christian allegiance test, if she walks across the holy icon (fumi-e) she is set free, if she walks around it, she is executed.

Takayama Ukon (1552-1615), also referred to as Dom Justo Takayama. A Christian Daimyo (feudal lord) who was given the choice of relinquishing his faith or being expelled, losing all his lands and wealth. He chose the latter and died in the Philippines. A bronze statue to his memory was erected in the Plaza Dilao, Manilla. Takayama is currently in consideration for sainthood in the Roman Catholic Church. If it happens this year, it will be the 400 year anniversary of his death.

Takayama Ukon (1552-1615), also referred to as Dom Justo Takayama. A Christian Daimyo (feudal lord) who was given the choice of relinquishing his faith or being expelled, losing all his lands and wealth. He chose the latter and died in the Philippines. A bronze statue to his memory was erected in the Plaza Dilao, Manilla. Takayama is currently in consideration for sainthood in the Roman Catholic Church. If it happens this year, it will be the 400 year anniversary of his death.