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Agnus Dei is a painting by Francisco de Zurbaran which was uploaded on February 14th, 2011.
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Agnus Dei, c.1635-40 (oil on canvas) by Zurbaran, Francisco de (1598-1664)
Weekender Tote Bag
Portable Battery Charger
Round Beach Towel
Francisco de Zurbaran
Painting - Oil On Canvas
February 14th, 2011
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Agnus Dei means Lamb of God. This powerful painting depicts the sacrificial death of Christ Jesus the Lord as a substitutional death for all mankind who would receive Him. Almighty God foretold of this coming sacrifice in the symbology of Passover written of in the Torah (Exodus). John the Baptizer recognized Jesus and pronounced, "Behold, the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world".
Looks like an old paintig. Great.
This took my breath away. What a statement it makes!
Very Nice work...Pls feel free to visit my page, Thank you...: )
It's so nice
Asha Sudhaker Shenoy
It is such a masterpiece by Francisco de Zurbaran
Such a beautiful but sad painting. Anyone who sees this painting will feel guilty of our cruelty towards helpless animals.A painting that speaks so many words without uttering even one.
This is sooo sad... Beautiful painting, but sad...
This tears at my heart! Beautiful!
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