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説明Identifier: artteachingofpri00tyrwTitle: The art teaching of the primitive church; with an index of subjects, historical and emblematicYear: 1874 (1870s)Authors: Tyrwhitt, Richard St. John, 1827-1895 Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain). General Literature CommitteeSubjects: Christian art and symbolism Christian antiquitiesPublisher: London : Society for promoting Christian knowledgeContributing Library: University of California LibrariesDigitizing Sponsor: Internet ArchiveView Book Page: Book ViewerAbout This Book: Catalog EntryView All Images: All Images From BookClick here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.Text Appearing Before Image:ong Byzantines in the Eastand German Goths in the West, the ascetic idealhas been followed, which passed from melancholygrace to grimaces of feature and unsightly emacia-tion or convulsion of body. Mr. Holman Huntsgreat skill and experience, and a peculiar happi-ness, in this instance, in the selection of hismodel, have enabled him to produce a face of su-preme beauty and power, and a form alike asceticand athletic ; where brilliancy of skin and low con-dition of flesh produce all necessary effect of delicacyon the long, grandly-formed and sinewy limbs ofthe Fairest of all men. To an archasologist theappearance of this picture is an era : what it isto the painter only a skilled painter can tell.Whatever it is or may become to the Christianspectator, this work is the thought and object towhich five years labour has been dedicated bythe first painter of sacred subject which this gene-ration has produced. 1 See the chapter on tlie Catacombs, and the Index article onPortraits of the Lord.Text Appearing After Image:THE ASCENSION. FROM MS. OP THE MONK RABULA. INDEX HISTORICAL AND EMBLEMATIC SUBJECTS Sacrcb %xi in iln ipriimtita Chtrtjj. A and w. Of these symbolic letters the w is always given in theminuscular or small form. They are generally ap-pended to the Monogram of Christ, or suspended fromthe arms of the Cross, whether from the St. Andrews ordecussated symbol, or the later upright or penal Cross.For the first see De Rossi, Inscr. Xo. 776; for thelatter Bottari, tav. xliv. This is a sixth or seventhcentury Cross in the Catacomb of St. Pontianus, andis given in photograph of its actual present conditionby Parker. These letters are found, with or without the Monogram, onall kinds of works of Chx-istian antiquity; on sepulchralmonuments, especially those of ancient France (see LeBlants Monuments Chretiennes de la Gaul,passim); 308 IXDEX OF HISTOEICAL AND on cups (Boldetti, from Callixtine Catacomb, tav. iii. 4,p. 191) ; on rings and sigils (v. Martigny, Diet, desAnt. Chretiennes, s. v. AnneauxNote About ImagesPlease note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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