Archangel Gabriel styled like a Spanish grandee, wears a hat with a broad brim and brocade made of silk. He is youthful, dynamic and is a representative of the purity that God has created. The Book of Daniel is where Archangel Gabriel makes his first appearance. Another time he had appeared was when he announced John the Baptist’s birth in the Book of Zechariah. And for a third time he made an appearance before Mary to inform her that she would be Jesus’ mother. The feasting day of Archangel Gabriel is marked as September 29. The heavenly messenger is the patron saint of communications workers. This painting ‘Archangel Gabriel with Parchment and Pen III’ by Edgar Aguirre Gomez was inspired from paintings of the Cuzco School and costs $79.95.
Along the riverbank walks the archangel whose name is Saint Gabriel. He is seen carrying the fish he had caught. Archangel Gabriel is a representative of a spirit that is pure and made by God. The symbolism of the fish in Christian art is that of water and a baptism. The fish is widely known in the Christian texts to be associated with those that converted to the religion of Christianity. There is a reference made where Jesus promised Peter that he would make a fisher of men. The elegance and reverence depicted in the oil paintings of Edgar Aguirre Gomez are found displayed in churches and colonial convents of Cuzco. Edgar has made this ‘Archangel Gabriel the Fisherman’ reflect the works found there. In Spanish the name reads “Arcángel Gabriel pescador” and it goes for $119.95.
The floral cornucopia is symbolic for the Earth’s abundance. Archangel Gabriel is showing to be with it and as seen allowing a wealth of flowers to fall out like an abundance of blessings. The vase of the Ceramic vase, ‘Archangel Gabriel’ is crafted by hand shows this image done by Lulli Luca. Fastened to the base of the vase is a silver plate that has the signature of the artist: .950 rating silver. Lulli Luca is famous for his expertise in ceramics and painting. The entire piece is selling for $107.95.
Saint Gabriel is an archangel. In this painting, he is wearing a cape made of heavy fabric that is interwoven with a rich and raised design. Also, Saint Gabriel has a hat on with a broad brim. This style of dress is that of a Spanish grandee and is a representing soldier in God’s army. In the painting, ‘Archangel Gabriel, Soldier’, he is found holding on to a type of weapon called a matchlock gun. A painter named Edgar Aguirre recreated this piece from a portrait that was inspired by the School of Painting of Cuzco. Furthermore, it has colonial history behind it, in that such works were discovered in the convents of the within the city. The Spanish title is “Arcángel Gabriel Soldado” and the price tag on this painting is $79.95.