By Waters, Clara Erskine Clement
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Many artists worked with two or three, and sometimes even a single circle, thus experimenting with the symbol of the Glory. The nine choirs of angels also frequently appear in ancient frescoes, mosaics and sculptures. Sometimes each choir has three figures, thus symbolising the Trinity; again, two figures stand for each choir, and occasionally nine figures signify the three hierarchies. In the final representation careful attention was given to colours as well as to symbols. Madonna and Child with St.
1445 Wood, 175 x 183 cm Martelli Chapel, San Lorenzo, Florence 60 61 What was known as a Liturgy of Angels was most effective and beautiful. It consisted of a procession of angels on each side of the choir, apparently approaching the altar, all wearing the stole and alba of a deacon, and bearing the implements of the mass. The statues of kneeling angels, often placed on each side the altar, holding tapers, or the emblems of the Passion of Christ, were not mere decorations, but symbolised the angelic presence wherever Christ is worshipped.
The colours of the oldest pictures, illuminated manuscripts, stained glass and painted sculptures were most carefully considered. Adoration of the Lamb (The Ghent Altarpiece, central panel) Jan van Eyck, 1425-1429 Oil on wood, 350 x 461 cm (open), 350 x 223 cm (closed) Saint Bavo Cathedral, Ghent 44 45 However by the end of the fifteenth and the beginning of the sixteenth century, this colour law had become less observed, and it was not unusual to see the wings of cherubim in various colours. Raphael’s world-renowned Madonna exemplifies this very change.
Angels by Waters, Clara Erskine Clement