Monday, April 3, 2017

Mural in Lana - Adige Valley




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13 comments:

  1. A modern one in an old coat for a church or chapel I guess. Love the snow flock surrounding the saint.

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  2. ...looks like the snowflake queen.

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  3. It has a bit of a winter look.

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  4. Would love to know what the hand and finger positions mean Karl ☺

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  5. I'm curious as to why she's holding up two fingers of the right hand; if that has some religious significance. Re your question: They tuck one leg up underneath them. Great balance!

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  6. This mural looks like a modern art take on a very old theme. Well found

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  7. I can understand the use of the religious figure on the church, but the use of the snowflake is puzzling.

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  8. The snowflake seems almost Canadian.

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