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Fuck Yeah Creepy Religious Art
CREEP· Y [’kree-pee]
adjective, creep·i·er, creep·i·est
1. having or causing a creeping sensation of the skin, as from horror or fear: a creepy ghost story.
2. that creeps: a creepy insect.
camilotangerine:

Anonymous, Martyrdom of St Bartholomew, 1623, oil on copper, 175 x 100 cm., Iglesia Santa Clara la Real, Tunja.

camilotangerine:

Anonymous, Martyrdom of St Bartholomew, 1623, oil on copper, 175 x 100 cm., Iglesia Santa Clara la Real, Tunja.

fyhcreepyreligiousart:

fyhcreepyreligiousart:


SUBMISSIONS ARE OPEN

Got anything super creepy and religious? Then submit away right here. Or if you just want to give me an area of creepy religion to look at pop me an ask. I am also looking to add some more links to my blog recs page so once again pop into the ask and send away. You can even suggest your blog - don’t worry I won’t tell. I also track the “lycra with an f” and “fycra” tags.
Thank you all for following, we’re now on 133! Who knew other people would like a fuck yeah as specific as this?

All art is welcome, just FYI, modern old cave paintings music videos. Pretty much anything.

fyhcreepyreligiousart:

fyhcreepyreligiousart:

SUBMISSIONS ARE OPEN

Got anything super creepy and religious? Then submit away right here. Or if you just want to give me an area of creepy religion to look at pop me an ask. I am also looking to add some more links to my blog recs page so once again pop into the ask and send away. You can even suggest your blog - don’t worry I won’t tell. I also track the “lycra with an f” and “fycra” tags.

Thank you all for following, we’re now on 133! Who knew other people would like a fuck yeah as specific as this?

All art is welcome, just FYI, modern old cave paintings music videos. Pretty much anything.


Witches going to their Sabbath by Luis Ricardo Falero (1878) from Beauty by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

Witches going to their Sabbath by Luis Ricardo Falero (1878) from Beauty by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

antitacta:

Anonymous artist, Las Penas del Infierno (Penances of Hell), XVIIIth century.
Info (in Spanish) here

antitacta:

Anonymous artist, Las Penas del Infierno (Penances of Hell), XVIIIth century.

Info (in Spanish) here

ignore this please - i am redoing all the tags and need to keep my space!

jaded-mandarin:

Paolo Veronese. Detail from Judith and Holofernes, 1580.

jaded-mandarin:

Paolo Veronese. Detail from Judith and Holofernes, 1580.

blackpaint20:

by Jake and Dinos Chapman

blackpaint20:

by Jake and Dinos Chapman

mythpunkart:

In honor of Ragnarök, this is our Loki, from the interior of the first book of the GIFT series. Materials include encaustic, oil paint, gold pigment, India ink, and dog jawbones and teeth.

mythpunkart:

In honor of Ragnarök, this is our Loki, from the interior of the first book of the GIFT series. Materials include encaustic, oil paint, gold pigment, India ink, and dog jawbones and teeth.

liquidnight:

George Krause
Cutthroat
Mexico, 1985
From the Saints and Martyrs series
From George Krause: A Retrospective

liquidnight:

George Krause

Cutthroat

Mexico, 1985

From the Saints and Martyrs series

From George Krause: A Retrospective

blackpaint20:

metal-knife:

Juan de Valdes Leal, Head of Saint Fulgentius, 17th century

blackpaint20:

metal-knife:

Juan de Valdes Leal, Head of Saint Fulgentius, 17th century