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"Robe: A Symbol of Healing, Sharing, and Justice Across Cultures" The robe has long been a powerful symbol in various cultures, representing different aspects of life

Background imageRobe Collection: SIR WILLIAM BLACKSTONE (1723-1780). English jurist

SIR WILLIAM BLACKSTONE (1723-1780). English jurist. Oil on canvas attributed to Sir Joshua Reynolds

Background imageRobe Collection: Dante and the Divine Comedy (The Comedy Illuminating Florence), 1464-1465

Dante and the Divine Comedy (The Comedy Illuminating Florence), 1464-1465. Artist: Domenico di Michelino
Dante and the Divine Comedy (The Comedy Illuminating Florence), 1464-1465. From the Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence

Background imageRobe Collection: Painting of St. Martin sharing his coat, St. Gatien Cathedral, Tours, Indre-et-Loire

Painting of St. Martin sharing his coat, St. Gatien Cathedral, Tours, Indre-et-Loire, France, Europe

Background imageRobe Collection: Jesus Healing The Sick

Jesus Healing The Sick
Colorized print shows Jesus as he heals a sick child held in the arms of a woman as others, in varying degrees of distress, await their turn

Background imageRobe Collection: Virgen del Carmen tilework, Malaga, Andalucia, Spain, Europe

Virgen del Carmen tilework, Malaga, Andalucia, Spain, Europe

Background imageRobe Collection: The Scales of Justice above the Old Bailey Law Courts, Inns of Court, London, England, UK

The Scales of Justice above the Old Bailey Law Courts, Inns of Court, London, England, UK

Background imageRobe Collection: Tsai Shen Yeh - The Chinese God of wealth

Tsai Shen Yeh - The Chinese God of wealth
Tsai Shen Yeh is a Chinese God of wealth (often also called Lu Shing or The Star God of Wealth). Images of the God can be seen in many Chinese and oriental houses and buildings

Background imageRobe Collection: Her Majesty the Queen Mother with her pages, 1953. Artist: Sterling Henry Nahum Baron

Her Majesty the Queen Mother with her pages, 1953. Artist: Sterling Henry Nahum Baron
Her Majesty the Queen Mother with her pages, 1953. Queen Elizabeth (1900-2002), the mother of Queen Elizabeth II, in the robes she wore for the coronation of her daughter on 2 June 1953 at

Background imageRobe Collection: The Song of the Mad Prince, c1917. Artist: Harry Clarke

The Song of the Mad Prince, c1917. Artist: Harry Clarke
The Song of the Mad Prince, c1917. A miniature stained glass panel designed by Harry Clarke (1889-1931). This panel was inspired by the Walter de la Mare (1873?1956) poem of the same name

Background imageRobe Collection: Et in Arcadia ego (Les bergers d Arcadie or The Arcadian Shepherds), 1637-1638, (1911)

Et in Arcadia ego (Les bergers d Arcadie or The Arcadian Shepherds), 1637-1638, (1911). Artist: Nicolas Poussin
Et in Arcadia ego (Les bergers d Arcadie or The Arcadian Shepherds), 1637-38, (1911). Painting held at the Musee du Louvre, Paris. From The French Genius by Haldane Macfall. [T. C. and E. C

Background imageRobe Collection: Veiled Egyptian Woman - Cairo

Veiled Egyptian Woman - Cairo. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageRobe Collection: JUSTINIAN I (483-565). Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, 527-565. Emperor Justinian the Great

JUSTINIAN I (483-565). Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, 527-565. Emperor Justinian the Great and his Court. Mid-6th century Byzantine mosaic from San Vitale, Ravenna

Background imageRobe Collection: WOMAN TAKEN IN ADULTERY. Jesus and the Woman Taken in Adultery

WOMAN TAKEN IN ADULTERY. Jesus and the Woman Taken in Adultery. Color line engraving after Gustave Dor

Background imageRobe Collection: Statue of Kateri Tekakwitha, the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi

Statue of Kateri Tekakwitha, the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States of America, North America

Background imageRobe Collection: King Charles II in Garter Robes (oil on canvas)

King Charles II in Garter Robes (oil on canvas)
465948 King Charles II in Garter Robes (oil on canvas) by Lely, Peter (1618-80); Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire, UK; (add.info.: Charles II (29 May 1630 - 6 February 1685) was king of England

Background imageRobe Collection: The Kitchen-God, 1922. Creator: Unknown

The Kitchen-God, 1922. Creator: Unknown
The Kitchen-God, 1922. The Kitchen God is the most important of Chinese domestic gods who protect the hearth and family, recognised in Chinese folk religion, Chinese mythology, and Taoism

Background imageRobe Collection: HM Queen Elizabeth II with her Maids of Honour, The Coronation, 2nd June 1953. Artist: Cecil Beaton

HM Queen Elizabeth II with her Maids of Honour, The Coronation, 2nd June 1953. Artist: Cecil Beaton
HM Queen Elizabeth II with her maids of honour, Green Drawing Room, Buckingham palace, 2nd June 1953. In selecting six Maids of Honour instead of pages to bear her velvet train throughout

Background imageRobe Collection: The Devil Presenting St Augustin with the Book of Vices, c1455-1498. Artist: Michael Pacher

The Devil Presenting St Augustin with the Book of Vices, c1455-1498. Artist: Michael Pacher
The Devil Presenting St Augustin with the Book of Vices, c1455-1498. One of the four great doctors of the early Christian Church

Background imageRobe Collection: The Barrister (oil on canvas)

The Barrister (oil on canvas)
BAL15031 The Barrister (oil on canvas) by Davidson, Thomas (fl.1863-1908); Roy Miles Fine Paintings; English, out of copyright

Background imageRobe Collection: Monks lighting khom loy candles and lanterns for Loi Krathong festival

Monks lighting khom loy candles and lanterns for Loi Krathong festival

Background imageRobe Collection: The Trinity of Roublev, c1411. Artist: Andrey Rublyov

The Trinity of Roublev, c1411. Artist: Andrey Rublyov
The Trinity of Roublev, c1411

Background imageRobe Collection: Robe Obelisk. South Australia

Robe Obelisk. South Australia
Robe Obelisk. South East. South Australia

Background imageRobe Collection: JOHN HENRY NEWMAN. (1801-1890). English prelate and theologian. Oil on canvas, 1881

JOHN HENRY NEWMAN. (1801-1890). English prelate and theologian. Oil on canvas, 1881, by Sir John Everett Millais

Background imageRobe Collection: The Emperor of China with the nightingale. Drawing by Arthur Szyk for the fairy tale by Hans

The Emperor of China with the nightingale. Drawing by Arthur Szyk for the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen
ANDERSEN: THE NIGHTINGALE. The Emperor of China with the nightingale. Drawing by Arthur Szyk for the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen

Background imageRobe Collection: Detail of Marble statue of Tyche, goddess of fortune, from Prusias ad Hypium, Turkey

Detail of Marble statue of Tyche, goddess of fortune, from Prusias ad Hypium, Turkey
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Marble statue of Tyche, goddess of fortune. From Prusias ad Hypium, Turkey. Detail

Background imageRobe Collection: King George VI in Coronation Robes by Albert Collings

King George VI in Coronation Robes by Albert Collings
Portrait of King George VI by the portrait painter Albert Collings. Collings originally painted the picture for the Coronation of King Edward VIII but, after the Abdication, repainted the face

Background imageRobe Collection: ARROW SHIRT COLLAR AD, 1916. American advertisement by J. C. Leyendecker for Arrow shirt collars

ARROW SHIRT COLLAR AD, 1916. American advertisement by J. C. Leyendecker for Arrow shirt collars, 1916
ARROW SHIRT COLLAR AD, 1916. American advertisement by J.C. Leyendecker for Arrow shirt collars, 1916

Background imageRobe Collection: KATHARINE HEPBURN (1907-2003). American actress. As Eleanor of Aquitaine in The Lion in Winter, 1968

KATHARINE HEPBURN (1907-2003). American actress. As Eleanor of Aquitaine in The Lion in Winter, 1968

Background imageRobe Collection: Othodox Christian Priest in Ethiopia, possibly in Axum

Othodox Christian Priest in Ethiopia, possibly in Axum
Ethiopian Orthodox Priest, possibly in Axum (Aksum)

Background imageRobe Collection: Testing electrified railway lines by steam train in Swanley, Kent. 1938

Testing electrified railway lines by steam train in Swanley, Kent. 1938

Background imageRobe Collection: Map of Sicily region, by Joan Blaeu

Map of Sicily region, by Joan Blaeu
Cartography, Italy, 17th century. Map of Sicily region, by Joan Blaeu

Background imageRobe Collection: JUDGEMENT OF SOLOMON. (1 Kings 3: 24-27). Wood engraving, 19th century, after Gustave Dor

JUDGEMENT OF SOLOMON. (1 Kings 3: 24-27). Wood engraving, 19th century, after Gustave Dor

Background imageRobe Collection: Justinian, Byzantine emperor

Justinian, Byzantine emperor
Byzantine emperor and his attendant. Antique hand-colored print

Background imageRobe Collection: Muslim with prayer beads, Abene, Casamance, Senegal, West Africa, Africa

Muslim with prayer beads, Abene, Casamance, Senegal, West Africa, Africa

Background imageRobe Collection: Buddha statue (1790)

Buddha statue (1790), Japanese Tea Gardens, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California, USA

Background imageRobe Collection: Novice monk praying at the feet of Giant Buddha statue

Novice monk praying at the feet of Giant Buddha statue, Wat Intharawihan (Wat In), Bangkok, Thailand, Asia

Background imageRobe Collection: Statue of Jesus Christ overlooking the city

Statue of Jesus Christ overlooking the city, Cuzco, Peru, South America

Background imageRobe Collection: Buddist celebration of Losar

Buddist celebration of Losar (Tibetian New Year) where Buddists throw flower in the air, Bodnath, Katmandu, Nepal, Asia

Background imageRobe Collection: Elderly man playing a sitar by the Ganges (Ganga) River

Elderly man playing a sitar by the Ganges (Ganga) River, Varanasi (Benares), Uttar Pradesh State, India

Background imageRobe Collection: King George Iv / Thompson

King George Iv / Thompson
KING GEORGE IV OF ENGLAND Head & shoulders vignette portrait wearing ceremonial robes Date: 1762 - 1830

Background imageRobe Collection: LADY MACBETH & DAGGERS

LADY MACBETH & DAGGERS
Macbeth, Act II, Scene ii Lady Macbeth: "give me the daggers..." Date: 1925

Background imageRobe Collection: Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603), from Lodges British Portraits, 1823

Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603), from Lodges British Portraits, 1823
KW178667 Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603), from Lodges British Portraits, 1823 (engraving) by Zuccaro, Taddeo (1529-66) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRobe Collection: JAPAN: TALE OF GENJI. Niou-no-miya and the sixth daughter of Prince Genji shown

JAPAN: TALE OF GENJI. Niou-no-miya and the sixth daughter of Prince Genji shown on their wedding night in a scene from the Tale of Genji. Scroll drawing, Japanese, 12th century

Background imageRobe Collection: Eucharist in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Anglican Church of St. James

Eucharist in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Anglican Church of St. James, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, Pacific

Background imageRobe Collection: Masai, Amboseli National Park, Kenya, East Africa, Africa

Masai, Amboseli National Park, Kenya, East Africa, Africa

Background imageRobe Collection: Catholic mass, Annecy, Haute Savoie, France, Europe

Catholic mass, Annecy, Haute Savoie, France, Europe

Background imageRobe Collection: Hands, Za-Zen meditation

Hands, Za-Zen meditation, Elheiji (Eiheiji) Zen monastery, Japan, Asia

Background imageRobe Collection: Bet Medhane Alem (Saviour of the World), Lalibela, Ethiopia, Africa

Bet Medhane Alem (Saviour of the World), Lalibela, Ethiopia, Africa



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"Robe: A Symbol of Healing, Sharing, and Justice Across Cultures" The robe has long been a powerful symbol in various cultures, representing different aspects of life. In Jesus Healing The Sick, the humble robe embodies compassion and divine healing as it touches those in need. In St. Martin sharing his coat, the painting depicts an act of selflessness and generosity. The robe becomes a metaphor for warmth and protection offered to the less fortunate. At St. Gatien Cathedral in Tours, Indre-et-Loire, the majestic robes worn by clergy evoke reverence and spirituality. They remind us of the sacredness within these walls. Virgen del Carmen tilework in Malaga showcases intricate patterns adorning her flowing robes. These vibrant designs celebrate faith and cultural heritage while honoring this revered figure. Above the Old Bailey Law Courts in London stands The Scales of Justice draped with a judge's robe. This emblematic image represents fairness and impartiality within our legal system. Tsai Shen Yeh - The Chinese God of wealth is often depicted wearing luxurious robes adorned with symbols of prosperity. His attire signifies abundance and good fortune bestowed upon believers. The Song of the Mad Prince by Harry Clarke features ethereal figures clad in elaborate robes that transport us into a realm where imagination reigns supreme. Et in Arcadia ego by Nicolas Poussin portrays shepherds donning rustic robes against idyllic landscapes—a reminder that even amidst paradise lies mortality's presence. In Arthur Szyk's drawing depicting Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Emperor of China with the nightingale, " ornate imperial robes emphasize power but also vulnerability to beauty's allure. A woman raising her skirts to scare off evil spirits demonstrates how garments can serve as protective shields against malevolent forces lurking around us—an age-old belief shared across cultures. Dante Alighieri wears a distinguished robe as he embarks on his journey through Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise in Domenico di Michelino's painting.