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Artist, Philosopher, and Iconographer
|Saint Maximilian Kolbe - an icon done by traditional methods|
paints panoramic egg-tempera works on historical, religious, and mythological themes (among other things)
|Below, a panel from Monsier Dumoux's monumental work on the history of mankind:|
illustrator, painter, religious art
|Anna Palusińska, of Lublin, Poland, studied philosophy at the Catholic University of Poland, and has held public exhibitions of her iconographic work there. Below, a collage of some of her icons: St. Anne and the Virgin Mary, upper left; St. George, lower left; Christ , an icon known in Greek as “Acheiropoietos” (not made by human hands), or in Latin as “Mandylion”; right, St. George slaying the dragon.
To see more: http://www.vaxxine.com/gallery/anna/anna1.html
can be reached at email@example.com (not his personal e-mail account, but messages will be forwarded to him).
He now has a website dedicated to his works: http://www.vaxxine.com/gallery
|Blue Chair— an oil painting
can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Street in Ridgeway—ink and watercolor|
Sergej Jakovlev was born in the Ukraine, received his artistic education in Russia, and is now active as an artist in Sweden. You can see a fuller collection of his works at: http://www.geocities.com/sergjak/.
|KENNETH LANE SMITH|
The ship in the picture was moored in Vineland, and since then an arsonist has destroyed it. Kenneth Lane Smith lives and photographs in the Niagara Peninsula. His website is www.klsimages.com.
Marian Churchland’s site was a lucky find. I cannot remember how I found it, but have since spent hours enjoying her drawings and paintings. Her website is http://marianchurchland.com/.