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St Nicholas. Mosaic icon. Late 13th c. Stavronikita monastery, Mt Athos, Greece.

St Nicholas. Mosaic icon. Late 13th c. Stavronikita monastery, Mt Athos, Greece.

Les yeux de Vincent van Gogh: Self Portraits, 1886-1889

Les yeux de Vincent van Gogh: Self Portraits, 1886-1889

California Rolls

California Rolls

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Aime moi jusqu'à ce que je redevienne moi même. Love, words, quote, existence, life, moods, identity, me again, resilience

Aime moi jusqu'à ce que je redevienne moi même. Love, words, quote, existence, life, moods, identity, me again, resilience

Photo de Anthony Gunin Iconography.

Photo de Anthony Gunin Iconography.

The Image of Edessa, as known as the Mandylion, was allegedly sent by Jesus himself to King Abgar V of Edessa to cure him of leprosy, with a letter declining an invitation to visit the king. The story of this image is the product of centuries of development during which the image was lost and reappeared several times. Today two images claim to be the Mandylion, one is the Holy Face of Genoa at the Church of St Bartholomew of The Armenians in Genoa, the other the Holy Face of San Silvestro

The Image of Edessa, as known as the Mandylion, was allegedly sent by Jesus himself to King Abgar V of Edessa to cure him of leprosy, with a letter declining an invitation to visit the king. The story of this image is the product of centuries of development during which the image was lost and reappeared several times. Today two images claim to be the Mandylion, one is the Holy Face of Genoa at the Church of St Bartholomew of The Armenians in Genoa, the other the Holy Face of San Silvestro

MANDYLION

MANDYLION

Vincent van Gogh: Starry Night Over the Rhone (1888) by artspheric, via Flickr

Vincent van Gogh: Starry Night Over the Rhone (1888) by artspheric, via Flickr

'Starry Night over the Rhone' (1888) Vincent van Gogh (Detail) Más

'Starry Night over the Rhone' (1888) Vincent van Gogh (Detail) Más