St. Mary’s Church, Krakow, Poland
I did a series of about 25 quick drawings of Boston, these are some of the churches. (Covenant, Trinity, and Old North)
Boston is really important to me, I really love the city and I hope to live there one day.
(Note: Cathedral in Winter by Ernst Ferdinand Oehme, German watercolorist and landscape painter, 1797-1855. Influenced by Caspar David Frederick and student in the Dresden Art Academy of Dresden, Germany. This watercolor is especially nice for its quiet solitude and beckoning light. It hangs in the Galerie Neue Meister, Staaliche Kunstammlugen in Dresden, Germany. — A Thousand Winds) (via athousandwinds)
heyyyy i recognize that
Notre Dame; for lizzie
[all pictures are mine]
High Altar of Saint John the Baptist Catholic church, Riemsloh, Osnabruck, Germany. This Altar, contrary to appearances, was only built in 1908— when the church was undergoing restoration— by a certain Heinrich Seling of Osnabruck.
Splendid, splendid altar…this is truly worshipful and rightly so.
In 1979 six members of the local speleological team of UTEC of Narni, in Umbria, below the ruins of an ancient Domenican monastery, discovered a small hole, covered by dense bushes and thick grass.
The first room was an old church built in XII-XIII century, with its frescoes covered by a thin layer of limestone. Thanks to local sponsors and volunteers started the work of restoration. Thus emerged paintings by Umbrian artists of the Middle Ages… read on.