Nicolas Lorenzo’s Virgin

Nicolas Lorenzo's Virgin, Atotonilco
Virgin of Guadalupe by Nicolas Lorenzo, Galeria Atotonilco, Atotonilco, Guanajuato, México

When he painted You,
did Nicolas Lorenzo
feel Your guiding hand?

Text and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on December 5, 2012, in A Virgin a Day, Atotonilco, Guanajuato, Mexico, senryu and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Beautiful post photo and lovely pensive haiku ~ for Day 5 ~ ( A Creative Harbor) artmusedog and Carol ^_^

  2. Your haikus are really wonderful, MMT! That picture is really beautiful – beautiful colors, stunning simplicity.

  3. Such a charming painting of Guad. And such a delightful haiku question. . .

  4. I don’t think my earlier comment posted — so forgive me if this is redundant.
    Charming painting of Guad; delightful haiku questions.

  5. I’m sure he did feel her guiding hand. Lovely art and haiku.

  6. I love the facial expressions…..,surely he was guided by both Mary and the angel !

  7. I remember that question being answered in a story I read recently…
    but I can’t remember where…or maybe it was a dream???
    Anyway in the story she actually posed for him on top of the mountain.
    On the second day she became impatient…♥

  8. Yes he did….some want her to be the patron saint of the artists.

  9. joyful and whimsical, almost child like

  10. Maybe she paints herself through him and his paint brush – lovely inspiration!

  11. He had to have felt h er guiding hand…I believe that.

  12. Always astonished at the stunning images you have not to mention the creative ability to pair it with profound words each time.

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