Fr. John Domin
1923 - 2017
Tue 6/13 10:30 am
The Annunciation, inspired by an early illuminated manuscript, is in watercolor on Arches paper.
This highly decorative illuminated manuscript of Christ Blessing is in gold leaf and gouache on Pergemenata paper (a translucent 100% sulphite, neutral pH paper with a look and feel of parchment).
This colorful illumination is painted in gouache on Pergemenata paper. The Codex Manesse is an illuminated manuscript in codex form copied and illustrated between ca. 1304 and ca 1340. The codex was produced at the request of the Manesse family of Zürich.
This is the scene of the three Magi bringing gifts to the Holy Family after the birth of Jesus Christ. The piece is illuminated in gold leaf and gouache on Pergemenata paper and is inspired by a 12th century manuscript.
The Nativity is inspired by the Birth of Christ from a 13th century Psalter. The medium is gouache on Arches paper.
The painting of St. Catherine, inspired by a 14th century Medieval manuscript, is done in gold leaf and gouache on Pergemenata paper, (which resembles parchment).
St. George slewing the dragon is inspired by an initial in an illuminated manuscript from the 14th century. It is in gold leaf and gouache on Pergemenata paper.
This piece of the evangelist, St. Luke, with his symbol, the ox, is inspired by a fragment from the Bible: St. Luke circa 1100. It is painted in gold leaf and gouache on Pergemenata paper.
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The Art of Jean Germano
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