Featured image by Patrick Devonas, “Allegory of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ”
The Resurrection, an icon by a modern, American artist, Anne Chapman
Father Sieger Köder, a prolific, German artist died in 2015.
Maria of Magdala at the Grave and the Resurrection- also by Father Sieger Köder
The Empty Tomb by Bulgarian Artist Julia Stankova (2014; painting on wooden panel)
Image of the Resurrection de St Paul de Meythet Church, Arcabas, Jean-Marie Pirot, 1998
The Resurrection is by Ladislav Záborský, a Slovak painter who sentenced to seven years in prison by the communist government for his Christian art which was labeled corrupt.
While imprisoned, Ladislav felt as if his hands were nailed to the cross because he could not paint but only seek God in the depths of his soul. Ladislav expressed the deep spiritual transformation which occurred during his imprisonment. The result of his inner crucifixion meant he no longer fulfilled his own desires but only sought God and His desires. He died just this last December 31, 2016, in Martin, Slovakia.
Resurrection by Father John Giuliani.
He began painting modern icons with images of Native Americans as subjects.
Father Giuliani, ” In my work I try to celebrate a union of a common spiritual understanding, to show how a single mystery can be approached through diverse cultures”
Contemporary icon of the Resurrection by Ivanka Demchuck- Weep Not For Me, O Mother
A Contemporary icon of the Resurrection by Ivanka Demchuk
The Resurrection of Christ. The altarpiece of the upper church
Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church, Winnipeg, MB — Roman Kowal’s trademark was the use of pastel colours