Tag Archives: Art History

The ‘Heresy’ of Leonardo’s Virgin of the Rocks

An Art History lecture – online as a webinar on Friday May 22nd at 7:30 PM EDT. Andrew Linnell will explore the esoteric meaning to Leonardo’s painting, The Virgin of the Rocks (actually 3 of them). This talk touches on Renaissance history, the Platonic Academy, George Gemistus Plethon, and the theology of Early Christianity.
To register, go to https://cfae.us/events/heresy-of-leonardos-virgin-of-the-rocks/. A donation of $10 is suggested. The event is co-sponsored by the Berkshire-Taconic Branch of the Anthroposophical Society.
Lecture slides can be found here.

Esoteric Secrets of the Virgin of the Rocks

An Esoteric Christmas Story. Why were there two paintings? What was Leonardo attempting to depict in the original Virgin of the Rocks? Which one is the original? Get ready for an entertaining journey exploring how Florentine schools sought to revive the ancient mysteries. Dan Brown fans and art historians will enjoy this mystery adventure! 3:30 PM to 5 PM, The Old Meeting House, 1620 Center Road, Montpelier, VT.

Esoteric Secrets of the Virgin of the Rocks

A lecture in northern Vermont! An Esoteric Christmas Story.

Why were there two paintings? Which one is the original?

What was Leonardo attempting to depict in the original Virgin of the Rocks?

Get ready for an entertaining journey exploring how Florentine schools sought to revive the ancient mysteries. Dan Brown fans and art historians will enjoy this mystery adventure!

3:30 PM to 5 PM, The Old Meeting House, 1620 Center Road, Montpelier, VT.

Revealing the Esoteric Secrets of Leonardo da Vinci’s Virgin of the Rocks

An Esoteric Christmas Story 

Why were there two paintings? What was Leonardo attempting to depict in the original  Virgin of the Rocks? Which one is the original? Get ready for an entertaining journey exploring how Florentine schools sought to revive the ancient mysteries. Dan Brown fans and art historians will enjoy this mystery adventure!

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