Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Art
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains the original black and white, large scale (14.5" x 22.5") illustrations for the comic book, Behold the Handmaid: The Story of Our Blessed Mother, published by Pflaum Publishing in 1954.
A collection of holy cards printed by Boumard Fils, a French publisher of religious images.
This collection contains manuscripts and a draft of a proposed publication containing essays from multiple authors.
The Christine Mathieu Marian holy card collection contains approximately 1,700 Catholic holy cards, primarily depicting the Blessed Virgin Mary. The collection includes French Marian holy cards from circa 1853 through 2001. Holy cards in the collection document Marian devotional themes, iconography, titles, pilgrimage sites, and prayers.
This collection contains greeting cards, postcards, commemorative cards, clippings, pamphlets, and other printed ephemera depicting the Blessed Virgin Mary, Maddonna and Child, the life of Jesus and Mary, and other religious themes in the style of Byzantine and Eastern Orthodox art.
A collection of holy cards and other devotional materials printed by Fratelli Bonella, an Italian publisher of religious images.
This collection includes postcards, photographs, holy cards, and clippings depicting Marian shrines, paintings, statues, and other Catholic artwork. The collection primarily covers Marian art in western Europe during the second half of the 20th century.
This collection contains interviews and transcripts of oral history interviews of Marian Library volunteers and personnel.
This collection contains photographs documenting Marian artwork, awards, books, churches and shrines, educational programs, events, groups, individuals, libraries and museums, organizations, and religious objects. The collection is international in scope and materials date from circa 1920 through circa 1990.
The Mariology article file contains both published and unpublished material on a variety of Marian topics. Items are arranged alphabetically by author's last name when known.
A travel diary from 22 year old Mary Elizabeth Williams as she traveled throughout Europe, spending considering time in Germany. Ms. Williams writes about her experiences visiting historic architecture, museums, churches, and operas. There is also Ms. William's commentary on Mass and specific Marian artwork, some of which was later destroyed during World War II.
This collection contains the research materials and manuscripts of French author and art historian, Maurice Vloberg (1885-1967). The materials primarily document Vloberg's research and writing on the topic of Marian iconography throughout history.
A collection of holy cards and other devotional materials printed by N.G. Basevi, an Italian publisher of religious images, primarily dating from the 1930s.
An original eighteenth century woodblock that was used to create devotional prints of Notre Dame de Bon Encontre. The woodblock is accompanied by a modern print created using the original block.
Devotional materials printed by Reproducta Company in Italy and the United States.