Kateřina Machytková

Spiritual paintings

Message

“Message” – 50 x 50 cm, acrylic with textures, 2017, Berlin

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Easter

“Easter” – 80 x 80 cm, acrylic with textures, 2017, Berlin

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Teacher

“Teacher” – 50×100 cm, acrylic with textures, 2017, Berlin.

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Guardian Angel

Guardian Angel – 50 x 50 cm, acrylic with structures, Berlin, 2016
By “The Calendar of the Soul” by Rudolf Steiner

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World in my Heart

World in my Heart – 50 x 50 cm, acrylic with structures, Berlin, 2016
By “The Calendar of the Soul” by Rudolf Steiner

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Unification

“Unification”. Acrylic paint on canvas with textures. By Rudolf Steiner: “The Calendar of the Soul” Author: Katerina Machytkova Dimension: 50 x 50 cm Made in Berlin,...

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Expanded consiousness

Expanded consiousness – 50 x 50 cm, acrylic with structures, Berlin, 2016
By Rudolf Steiner: “The Calendar of the Soul”

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Time of Solstice

Time of Solstice – 50 x 50 cm, acrylic with structures, Berlin, 2016
By Rudolf Steiner: “The Calendar of the Soul”

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Lotus of the Life

Lotus of the Life – 50 x 50 cm, acrylic with structures, Berlin, 2016
By Rudolf Steiner: “The Calendar of the Soul”

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Child of the Sun

Child of the Sun – 50 x 50 cm, acrylic with structures, Berlin, 2016
By Rudolf Steiner: “The Calendar of the Soul”

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Pyramid of the Light

Spiritual painting "Pyramid of the Light" - 60x60 cm, acrylic with structures You can buy this painting in Prague in Gallery "Ways to the...

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Empathy

"Empathy", 90 x 80 cm, acrylic with structures - painting harmonizes "third eye" and "heart" chakras SOLD

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Abstract painting – Phoenix

Original hand painted modern abstract painting "Phoenix". Acrylic paint on canvas with textures. Dimension: 30 x 30 cm Made in Berlin, Germany Available in my eshop on...

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Mandala of Joy

Original hand painted mandala painting "Mandala of Joy". Oil paint on canvas. Dimension: 30 x 30 cm Made in Berlin, Germany Available in my eshop on...

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Rudolf Steiner: Calendar of the Soul

E-version of the book in German language (version 2017). Please ignore an advertisement banner on the bottom of the window. It is added by the servic "fliphtml5" and I cannot switch it off or influence its content. To enlarge catalog to the whole screen please use the...

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Spiritual painting – The Inner Harmony

Original hand painted spiritual painting "The Inner Harmony". Acrylic paint on canvas with textures. Painting from the cycle "Rudolf Steiner: The Calendar of the Soul" Dimension: 50 x 50 cm Made in Berlin, Germany,...

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Paradiso – canto 33

33.52 because my sight, becoming pure, was able to penetrate the ray of Light more deeply— that Light, sublime, which in Itself is true..... 33.67 O Highest Light, You, raised so far above the minds of mortals, to my memory give back something of Your epiphany,.......

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Paradiso – canto 32-33

32.94 And the angelic love who had descended earlier, now spread his wings before her, singing “Ave Maria, gratïa plena.”.... 33.10 you are the noonday torch of charity, and there below, on earth, among the mortals, you are a living spring of hope. Lady, 33.13 you are...

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Paradiso – canto 28

28.16 I saw a point that sent forth so acute a light, that anyone who faced the force with which it blazed would have to shut his eyes,.... 28.22 Around that point a ring of fire wheeled, a ring perhaps as far from that point as a halo from the star that colors it...

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Paradiso – canto 8

[:en] 8.13 I did not notice my ascent to it, yet I was sure I was in Venus when I saw my lady grow more beautiful.8.16 And just as, in a flame, a spark is seen, and as, in plainsong, voice in voice is heard— one holds the note, the other comes and goes— 8.19 I saw in...

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Purgatorio – canto 16

16.1 Darkness of Hell and of a night deprived of every planet, under meager skies, as overcast by clouds as sky can be, 16.4 had never served to veil my eyes so thickly nor covered them with such rough-textured stuff as smoke that wrapped us there in Purgatory; 16.7...

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Purgatorio – canto 9

9.73 Now we were drawing closer; we had reached the part from which—where first I’d seen a breach, precisely like a gap that cleaves a wall— 9.76 I now made out a gate and, there below it, three steps—their colors different—leading to it, and a custodian who had not...

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Purgatorio – canto 2

2.13 And just as Mars, when it is overcome by the invading mists of dawn, glows red above the waters’ plain, low in the west, 2.16 so there appeared to me—and may I see it again—a light that crossed the sea: so swift, there is no flight of bird to equal it. 2.19 When,...

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Inferno – canto 34

34.133 My guide and I came on that hidden road to make our way back into the bright world; and with no care for any rest, we climbed 34.136 he first, I following-until I saw, through a round opening, some of those things of beauty Heaven bears. It was from there...

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Inferno – canto 32

32.22 At this I turned and saw in front of me, beneath my feet, a lake that, frozen fast, had lost the look of water and seemed glass 32.31 And as the croaking frog sits with its muzzle above the water, in the season when the peasant woman often dreams of gleaning,...

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Inferno – canto 14

14.19 I saw so many flocks of naked souls, all weeping miserably, and it seemed that they were ruled by different decrees. 14.22 Some lay upon the ground, flat on their backs; some huddled in a crouch, and there they sat; and others moved about incessantly. 14.25 The...

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Inferno – canto 9

9.28 That is the deepest and the darkest place, the farthest from the heaven that girds all: so rest assured, I know the pathway well. 9.31 This swamp that breeds and breathes the giant stench surrounds the city of the sorrowing, which now we cannot enter without...

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Inferno – canto 4

I found me of the lamentable vale, The dread abyss, that joins a thund'rous sound Of plaints innumerable.  Dark and deep, And thick with clouds o'erspread, mine eye in vain Explor'd its bottom, nor could aught discern. "Now let us to the blind world there beneath...

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