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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.
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.

Întotdeauna Arta a fost dominată de teme, metafore şi arhetipuri religioase - a căror interpretare extrem de diferită este fascinantă, fiind totodata o dovadă a geniului uman.
Selectând din infinita galerie a creativităţii plastice unele dintre cele mai renumite realizări - am încercat să ilustrez teme şi idei emblematice pentru gândirea acelor perioade, de oarece trecutul este încorporat în prezent, iar arta poate fi o fereastră magică spre ceea ce este frumos în lume sau în noi înşine.

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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 Annunciation. From the Baptistery in Florence. Mosaics cover the entire cupola. They were begun around 1220 and completed a century later. The designs are by Florentine painters, among them Cimabue and the young Giotto.
  • This painting depicts the archangel Gabriel announcing to the Virgin Mary that she will bear the son of God. Overhead, the dove of the Holy Spirit hovers among lively angels. The trend in Spanish art toward more intimate and emotional portrayals of religious scenes is evident in the crisply painted details of the book, furniture, and garments contrast with the smoky shadows around the faces of the two main figures, evoking both the physical reality and psychological intensity of the event.
    Francisco de Zurbarán was the first painter in the Iberian Peninsula to realize fully the magnitude of the revolution in painting that had occurred in Italy in the early seventeenth century, as the decorative sophistication, attenuated figures, and oblique narratives of the previous generation were abandoned in favor of blunt realism. This new style was perfectly suited to the church's attempts to popularize holy images for a broader audience in danger of being lost to the Protestant Reformation. In Spain in particular these changes created some of the most immediate and profoundly moving religious paintings in the history of art. This Annunciation falls quite late in Zurbarán's career, when his simple and abrupt modeling, dark to light, begins to soften and blur. His palette becomes less strident and more blended, while the nearly militaristic urgency of his earlier work is replaced by an intimacy and tenderness. The walls of the Virgin Mary's room literally dissolve in a flood of cherubs bathed in light, as the angel Gabriel with great gallantry and discretion announces that she is with child. Joseph J. Rishel, from Philadelphia Museum of Art: Handbook of the Collections (1995), p. 176.
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  • Nektaria Karantzi (born 5 August 1978, in Greece) is a Byzantine and traditional singer from Greece. Nektaria Karantzi studied law at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and also obtained a postgraduate degree in criminal law from the University of Athens. She is currently a doctoral candidate in criminal law at the University of Athens. She holds a diploma in Byzantine music from the Byzantine School of Music, and has been taught by notable tutors, including Dimitris Verykios. She is currently in training, since 2003, for traditional singing by the renowned interpreter of traditional songs, Chronis Aidonidis. In addition, she has studied the piano and Western musical theory, and has also had voice training under the tutelage of Thanos Petrakis and Dina Goudioti. Nektaria Karantzi teaches Byzantine music at the “Central Conservatoire” of Athens.[She has also begun collaborating with Chronis Aidonidis in concerts and recordings.
    She has participated in a series of five tapes/CDs which include the chanting of Byzantine hymns, from the age of fourteen already accompanying the blessed Elder Porphyrios. She also collaborated with Chronis Aidonidis in the recording of two albums: When Paths Meet (a double CD) and He Was Grieved.
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    1. 1. From the Baptistery in Florence
    2. 2. Irina Kolbneva, 2000 Bunavestire (Blagovestenia, Annunciation)
    3. 3. From Mount Angel Seminary in St. Benedict, Oregon
    4. 4. From the Church of Annunciation of Madonna in Poros island
    5. 5. Sidney Harold Meteyard (1868 – 1947) Annunciation
    6. 6. Sofia Moroz Lady Day the Annunciation 2006
    7. 7. Sorin Dumitrescu (b. 1946, Bucure ti)ș Buna Vestire - 5 studii acuarele pe hârtie
    8. 8. Sorin Dumitrescu (b. 1946, Bucure ti)ș Buna Vestire - 5 studii acuarele pe hârtie
    9. 9. Viktor Goncharov The Annunciation 1998
    10. 10. Giovanni Maria Griffon Annuciazione 1786 Venafro
    11. 11. Jolfa Vank Cathedral Annunciation Isfahan Iran
    12. 12. Isfahan New Julfa, Vank Cathedral, 1655, Leonardo da Vinci Lily; pen and ink drawing 1479 Windsor Castle
    13. 13. André Durand, Annunciation, St Andrew church, Didling, West Sussex, 2004
    14. 14. Charles Stierlen (contemporary) Annunciation
    15. 15. Brigid Marlin, b.1936- Annunciation 2005
    16. 16. Annunciation from the Philippines, Church of the Annunciation, Nazareth
    17. 17. Annunciation Ethiopian church icon
    18. 18. Máire Gartland (contemporary) Annunciation
    19. 19. Annunciation from Life of Jesus Mafa the Mafa people of North Cameroon
    20. 20. Bunavestire (Blagovestenia, Annunciation Coptic icon
    21. 21. The Annunciation. Coptic icons
    22. 22. Beatrice Emma Parsons (British, 1870-1955) Annunciation
    23. 23. John Melhuish Strudwick (1849-1935) The Annunciation
    24. 24. Vasili Surikov Annunciation 1914 Krasnoyarsk Museum of Fine Arts, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
    25. 25. Francisco de Zurbaran (1598 – 1664) The Annunciation, 1650, Philadelphia Museum of Art
    26. 26. Vladimir Borovikovsky (1757-1825) The Annunciation 1810
    27. 27. Vladimir Borovikovsky (1757–1825) Archangel Gabriel from the Annunciation
    28. 28. Vladimir Borovikovsky (1757–1825) The Virgin Mary (From The Annunciation Icon from the royal gates of the central iconostasis of the Kazan Cathedral in St.-Petersburgh. 73,5cm. The State Russian museum. St.-Petersburg. Russia
    29. 29. Pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela Sound: Nektaria Karantzi -Greek Orthodox Christian Byzantine Music Chant Tenena by monks of Syria – Archangels 2012

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