The Baptism of Saint Prince Vladimir, by Viktor Vasnetsov. Fresco in Kiev.
When Vladimir returned to Kiev he took upon himself the conversion of his subjects. He ordered the statues of the gods to be thrown down, chopped to pieces, and some of them burned; the chief god, Perun, was dragged through the mud and thrown into the River Dnieper. These acts impressed the people with the helplessness of their gods, and when they were told that they should follow Vladimir’s example and become Christians they were willingly baptized, even wading into the river that they might the sooner be reached by the priest for baptism. Zubrycki thinks this readiness shows that the doctrines of Christianity had already been secretly spread in Kiev and that the people only waited for an opportunity to publicly acknowledge them.
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Danny Valentino is completely straight - although he does pose a lovely photo… :-)
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Ahmet Ertug (Turkish, Born 1949).
Garnier Palace, Paris, 2009.
C-print, edition 2/3. Signed, titled, and dated en verso.
The carpet does match the drapes.
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Detail : Odyssey - Departure from the land of the Cyclops. 1859-83. Friedrich Preller the elder. German 1804-1878. mural. Weimar Museum.
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Cast iron column renderings