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Meister des Sakramentars  von St. Gereon in Köln   Annunciation 10th Century Bibliothèque Nationale Paris
Master from Orcau  The Annunciation circa 1125  Iglesia de San Pedro de sorpe Lerida Catalonia Spain
The Annunciation, Late 12th century  The Holy Monastery of Saint Catherine,  Sinai, Egypt
The Annunciation. The Nativity. The Presentation in the Temple.  Second half of the 12th century Sinai Egypt
The Annunciation Russian icon, 14th century The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
The Annunciation; The Transfiguration;  The Raising of Lazarus The  Holy Monastery of Saint Catherine,  Sinai, Egypt
The Annunciation with Theodor Tiron Second half of the 14th century The Museum of History and Architecture, Novgorod, Russ...
Damiane  fresco from Ubisi, Georgia, 14th century
The Master of Vyšší Brod,  The Annunciation c.1350. National Gallery Prague
Bunavestire (Blagovestenia,  Annunciation)
The Annunciation. The Museum of History and Architecture, Novgorod, Russia
Annunciation (with silver oklad by Iakov Frolov, active 1766- 1799 Moscow, Russia, 1781 Collection of Hillwood Museum & Ga...
Annunciation  1600-1700 Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens in Washington, D.C., USA
The Annunciation Late 14 th  - early 15 th  centuries  State Museum of Palekh Art, Palekh, Russia The Feast of the Annunci...
The Royal Doors Early 16th century  Novgorod Museum Early 16th century
The Annunciation, Late 18th century State Research Institute for Restoration The Council of Toledo in 656 mentions the Fea...
 
Annunciation 1821  Private collection The Greek and Slavonic names for the Feast may be translated as “good tidings.”  Thi...
 
Annunciation  Vatopedu The background of the Annunciation is found in the Gospel of St Luke (1:26-38).  The troparion desc...
 
Pictures:   Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement :  Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/m...
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Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary is the Christian celebration of the announcement by the angel Gabriel to Virgin Mary, that she would conceive and become the mother of Jesus the Son of God. The Annunciation has been a key topic in Christian art in general, as well as in Roman Catholic Marian art, particularly during the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

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  • Fost-a trimis îngerul Gavriil de la Dumnezeu, într-o cetate din Galileea, al cărei nume era Nazaret, către o fecioară logodită cu un bărbat care se chema Iosif, din casa lui David; iar numele fecioarei era Maria.  Şi intrând îngerul la ea, a zis: “ Bucură-te, ceea ce eşti plină de har, Domnul este cu tine. Binecuvântată eşti tu între femei ”. Iar ea, văzându-l, s-a tulburat de cuvântul lui şi cugeta în sine: Ce fel de închinăciune poate să fie aceasta? Şi îngerul i-a zis: “ Nu te teme, Marie, căci ai aflat har la Dumnezeu. Şi iată vei lua în pântece şi vei naşte fiu şi vei chema numele lui Iisus. Acesta va fi mare şi Fiul Celui Preaînalt se va chema şi Domnul Dumnezeu Îi va da Lui tronul lui David, părintele Său. Şi va împărăţi peste casa lui Iacov în veci şi împărăţia Lui nu va avea sfârşit ”. Şi a zis Maria către înger: “ Cum va fi aceasta, de vreme ce eu nu ştiu de bărbat? ” Şi răspunzând, îngerul i-a zis: “ Duhul Sfânt Se va pogorî peste tine şi puterea Celui Preaînalt te va umbri; pentru aceea şi Sfântul care Se va naşte din tine, Fiul lui Dumnezeu se va chema. Şi iată Elisabeta, rudenia ta, a zămislit şi ea fiu la bătrâneţea ei şi aceasta este a şasea lună pentru ea, cea numită stearpă. Că la Dumnezeu nimic nu este cu neputinţă ”. Şi a zis Maria: “ Iată roaba Domnului. Fie mie după cuvântul tău! ” Şi îngerul a plecat de la ea. ( Luca 1, 26-38 )
  • The Feast of the Annunciation is one of the earliest Christian feasts, and was already being celebrated in the fourth century. There is a painting of the Annunciation in the catacomb of Priscilla in Rome dating from the second century. The Council of Toledo in 656 mentions the Feast, and the Council in Trullo in 692 says that the Annunciation was celebrated during Great Lent. The Greek and Slavonic names for the Feast may be translated as “good tidings.” This, of course, refers to the Incarnation of the Son of God and the salvation He brings. The background of the Annunciation is found in the Gospel of St Luke (1:26-38). The troparion describes this as the “beginning of our salvation, and the revelation of the eternal mystery,” for on this day the Son of God became the Son of Man. There are two main components to the Annunciation: the message itself, and the response of the Virgin. The message fulfills God’s promise to send a Redeemer (Genesis 3:15): “I will put enmity between you and the woman, between your seed and her seed; he shall crush your head, and you shall lie in wait for his heel.” The Fathers of the Church understand “her seed” to refer to Christ. The prophets hinted at His coming, which they saw dimly, but the Archangel Gabriel now proclaims that the promise is about to be fulfilled.
  • We see this echoed in the Liturgy of St Basil, as well: “When man disobeyed Thee, the only true God who had created him, and was deceived by the guile of the serpent, becoming subject to death by his own transgressions, Thou, O God, in Thy righteous judgment, didst send him forth from Paradise into this world, returning him to the earth from which he was taken, yet providing for him the salvation of regeneration in Thy Christ Himself.” The Archangel Gabriel was sent by God to Nazareth in Galilee. There he spoke to the undefiled Virgin who was betrothed to St Joseph: “Hail, thou who art highly favoured, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women. And, behold, thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and bring forth a son, and shalt call his name Jesus. He shall be great, and shall be called the Son of the Most High: and the Lord God shall give unto him the throne of his father David: And he shall reign over the house of Jacob for ever; and of his kingdom there shall be no end.”
  • Get Baxandall's " Painting and Experience in 15th century Italy " for a comprehensive description of the italian preacher Fra Roberto Caracciolo da Lecce's views of the Annunciation - it has a very interesting description of the stages of the annunciation which the author tries to tie to examples in the renaissance paintings. The first stage is "Conturbatio/Disquiet"; the second stage is "Cogitatio/Reflection"; then there's "Interrogatio/Enquiry", "Humiliato/Submission" (which the Fran Angelico version is an example) and finally "Meritatio/Merit". His book is mainly about trying to figure out why did the painters opt for this or that composition and in the case of the annunciation he makes the point that probably the artists were drawing their information from the preachers and so he analyzes the relevant sermons. Also, you may want to look for articles on the iconography of these paintings (or of the Virgin Mary) as they are usually crowded with symbols of the various perfections of the Virgin which you can find in the Litany of Loreto . These symbols are very often associated with the Song of Songs: you may notice there is a fountain ( 4:15) or a tower (4:4) and that the annunciation often takes place in an enclosed garden (4:12).
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    1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1318888-bunavestire-19/
    2. 2. Meister des Sakramentars von St. Gereon in Köln Annunciation 10th Century Bibliothèque Nationale Paris
    3. 3. Master from Orcau The Annunciation circa 1125 Iglesia de San Pedro de sorpe Lerida Catalonia Spain
    4. 4. The Annunciation, Late 12th century The Holy Monastery of Saint Catherine, Sinai, Egypt
    5. 5. The Annunciation. The Nativity. The Presentation in the Temple. Second half of the 12th century Sinai Egypt
    6. 6. The Annunciation Russian icon, 14th century The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
    7. 7. The Annunciation; The Transfiguration; The Raising of Lazarus The Holy Monastery of Saint Catherine, Sinai, Egypt
    8. 8. The Annunciation with Theodor Tiron Second half of the 14th century The Museum of History and Architecture, Novgorod, Russia
    9. 9. Damiane fresco from Ubisi, Georgia, 14th century
    10. 10. The Master of Vyšší Brod, The Annunciation c.1350. National Gallery Prague
    11. 11. Bunavestire (Blagovestenia, Annunciation)
    12. 12. The Annunciation. The Museum of History and Architecture, Novgorod, Russia
    13. 13. Annunciation (with silver oklad by Iakov Frolov, active 1766- 1799 Moscow, Russia, 1781 Collection of Hillwood Museum & Gardens Washington, D.C., USA
    14. 14. Annunciation 1600-1700 Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens in Washington, D.C., USA
    15. 15. The Annunciation Late 14 th - early 15 th centuries State Museum of Palekh Art, Palekh, Russia The Feast of the Annunciation is one of the earliest Christian feasts, and was already being celebrated in the fourth century.
    16. 16. The Royal Doors Early 16th century Novgorod Museum Early 16th century
    17. 17. The Annunciation, Late 18th century State Research Institute for Restoration The Council of Toledo in 656 mentions the Feast, and the Council in Trullo in 692 says that the Annunciation was celebrated during Great Lent.
    18. 19. Annunciation 1821 Private collection The Greek and Slavonic names for the Feast may be translated as “good tidings.” This, of course, refers to the Incarnation of the Son of God and the salvation He brings.
    19. 21. Annunciation Vatopedu The background of the Annunciation is found in the Gospel of St Luke (1:26-38). The troparion describes this as the “beginning of our salvation, and the revelation of the eternal mystery,” for on this day the Son of God became the Son of Man.
    20. 23. Pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement : Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda S ound: Sergei Rachmaninoff - Russian Choral Music
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