How to Draw the Virgin Mary

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Historians agree that Jesus was a real historical figure. According to the Bible, his mother conceived him while still a virgin by means of the holy spirit. Before his birth, she was married to the carpenter Joseph, who raised Jesus as his own son. Mary and Joseph then went on to have at least six other children. Upon his death, Jesus entrusted the care of his mother to the Apostle John. She was present in the upper room at Pentecost 33 C.E. when the first Christians were anointed with the holy spirit... Read more

How to Draw a Cross

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According to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, the cross is "the principal symbol of the Christian religion." Many Christian churches hold that the cross was the instrument used to bring about the death of Jesus, and therefore venerate it. Other scholars hold that the instrument of the Messiah's death was, instead, an upright stake... Read more

How to Draw an Easter Egg Tree

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What is an Easter egg tree? The Ostereierbaum, German for Easter egg tree, is an ancient tradition in the countries of Germany, Austria, and other European nations. Read more

How to Draw an Easter Basket

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"Don't keep all your eggs in one basket." This is a maxim, or wise saying, that means if you invest all your time, energy, or money in just one thing, you could lose... Read more

How to Draw an Easter Bunny

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Each year, children around the world play a game of searching for brightly colored eggs that were said to be left behind by a bunny - the Easter egg hunt. Read more

How to Draw Easter Eggs

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Easter eggs are decorated eggs that are hidden or given as gifts during the Easter season. Today, Easter eggs are typically chocolates wrapped in colorful foil, or... Read more

How to Draw a Lily

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The lily is a flower with deep symbolic meaning. The flower has been included in artwork dating back as far as 1580 B.C., nearly 4,000 years ago. Read more

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