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The Four Evangelists
Detail 1
This painting represents John, Luke, Mark, and Matthew from the Bible.
Detail 2
The painting speaks volumes to you because it represents the Angels writing the first four books of the New Testament. The painting gives you the illusion that the Angels are floating in the clouds representing Heaven, represented by the bold use of the color blue.
Detail 3
The artist captures your attention with the bold use of color. This painting brought me back to my childhood days of being in Sunday school.
Detail 4
The artist has the eagle, ox, lion, and winged man being kind of abstract in the painting, but you still get the sense that they represent each one of the Angels.
The four evangelists,folio 14 verso of the Aachen Gospels,ca.810. Ink and tempera on vellum, 1' x 9 1/2'. Domschatzkammer, Aachen. In F.S. Kleiner (Ed.), Gardner's art through the ages: The Western perspective (14th ed., Vol. 11, p.5). Boston, MA: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.

Art Journal Week 1
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