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Fresco Wall Paintings Gallery

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

Choose from 101 pictures in our Fresco Wall Paintings collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Featured Fresco Wall Paintings Print

Wall painting mural of court life at Lakshminarayan temple in Orchha, Tikamgarh, Madhya Pradesh

In the Lakshmi Narayan temple, its exquisite wall paintings stand out, which are in an excellent state of preservation with colors that maintain their liveliness. They represent mythical scenes of gods and heroes such as Rama, Hanuman or Krishna in Lanka, based on the sacred texts of the Ramayana, although there are also other more current stories, such as images of the first battles fought for the independence of India in the nineteenth century.

The scene depicts warriors on the back of elephants, a rider next to his horse and some musicians and dancers in the court of Raja

© tapperoa

Featured Fresco Wall Paintings Print

Frescos depicting Biblical story, Vank Cathedral, Isfahan, Iran

The magnificent frescos depicting Biblical story, inside the main prayer hall of Vank Cathedral (Holy Savior Cathedral, Church of the Saintly Sisters), a cathedral of Armenian Apostolic Church, in Isfahan, Isfahan province of Iran.
Established in 1606, and dedicated to Armenian deportees resettled by Shah Abbas I during the Ottoman War, Vank cathedral is a gorgeous fusion of Armenian and Islamic architecture. The main prayer hall is a vibrantly painted room of Armenian and Christian iconography and typical Islamic geometrical designs

© Feng Wei Photography

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

© ralucahphotography