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Fresco Wall Paintings Gallery

Originally Italian, the word 'fresco' means 'fresh'. This is a colourful collection of Fresco wall paintings from around the globe

Choose from 117 pictures in our Fresco Wall Paintings collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Putna monastery - frescoes Featured Fresco Wall Paintings Print

Putna monastery - frescoes

frescoes of the Moldavian ruler Stephen the Great.The Putna monastery is a Romanian Orthodox monastery, one of the most important cultural, religious and artistic centers established in medieval Moldavia; as with many others, it was built and dedicated by Prince Stephen the Great.he Putna Monastery houses the tombs of Stephen, nowadays, a place of pilgrimage, and several of his family members.Right after Stephen the Great won the battle in which he conquered the Chilia citadel, he began work on the monastery as a means to give thanks to God, on July 10, 1466 - the church was to be dedicated to the Virgin Mary.Putna was completed in three years, but was consecrated only after one more year passed, given that the Moldavians engaged in other battles. On September 3, 1470, during a ceremony attended by Stephen and all his family, the monastery was consecrated, and subsequently became the most important religious site in the area

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Details of Suvisi Vivarana - Traditional painting of Kandyan Style, Lankatilaka Temple Featured Fresco Wall Paintings Print

Details of Suvisi Vivarana - Traditional painting of Kandyan Style, Lankatilaka Temple

January 01, 2018- The twenty four declarations given to the Bodhisattva (future Gautama Buddha) by twenty four former Buddhas approving him as the Buddha designate. Wall painting. These paintings are from Kandy period. (18th century) by South Indian Artist Sthapati Rayar. Lankatilaka Rajamaha Vihara. Kandy, Central Province, Sri Lanka, Indian Sub-Continent, Asia

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18th century frescoes and statues of Buddhism shrine at Dambadeniya Temple (Vijayasundararama temple at Dambadeniya) Featured Fresco Wall Paintings Print

18th century frescoes and statues of Buddhism shrine at Dambadeniya Temple (Vijayasundararama temple at Dambadeniya)

King Vijayabahu III (1232 AD - 1236 AD) is the first king of Dambadeniya kingdom. Native Sinhalese began to move to the south or Maya rata because of the hard Tamil ruler Kalinga Magha as mentioned in Polonnaruwa kingdom. While he was the king of Polonnaruwa, king Vijayabahu III (a descendant of king Sirisangabo) became the king of Dambadeniya.
He conveyed tooth relic and Lord Buddha's alms bowl to Dambadeniya from it's hiding place Kotmale. His reign was largely spent reconstructing the shattered Buddhist infrastructure of the Sinhalese

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