He is Risen!

In the summer of 1992, I was blessed to be able to spend an afternoon in the Musee D'Orsay in Paris, France. Whilst upstairs, I turned the corner and came face to face with what is now my all time favorite painting, "Le disciples Pierre et Jean courant au sépulcre le matin de la Résurrection" By Eugène Burnand (1850-1921)
"The disciples Peter and John running to the sepulcher the morning of the Resurrection" oil on canvas


Breathtaking!

But what is even more incredible than the bewilderment captured by the artist on the faces of Peter and John....

Jesus suffered and died for YOU..and for ME!

May God bless you and your loved ones as we celebrate His resurrection!!!





He is Risen, Indeed!!!





Have a blessed Easter,



: )

Julie M.



Comments

Laurie said…
Oh, such a remarkable painting! To think, they were there and they saw the empty tomb. He is risen indeed!

Have a joyous Resurrection Sunday!
Laurie
Farmgirl Paints said…
That was just beautiful. Never seen a painting like that before. Hope you and yours have a blessed resurrection morning indeed:)
LDH said…
He is Risen, Indeed! Beautiful painting!
Lisa said…
Amen!

Happy Easter!
Hugs, Lisa
What a beautiful painting...HAPPY EASTER to you and your family!

Blessings,
Linda
Indeed, He has Risen!!.what a thought provoking picture, Makes the disciples become real people in my mind. Blessing to you and yours on this miraculous day.
Happy Easter to you and your family as well Julie!
Christina said…
That painting IS amazing!
But you are right...the really amazing thing is our God's love for us, and His son's love for us!
Happy Easter!
Donatella said…
Hope you had a great easter!love your header... and love your blog... new follower...
How beautiful!(: Hope you had a splendid Easter!
That painting is truly remarkable, it's long been one of my faves.

Thank you so much for posting this, in all the fuss about bunnies and eggs, the true meaning often gets lost, especially in blogland.

Have a wonderful Wednesday!
Anne
Susanne said…
I remember seeing a copy of this painting at Hobby Lobby. The light in their eyes is amazing! Every time I went into the store, I would just look into their eyes and wonder what they saw.

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