Our Lady of the Angels

Los Angeles Cathedral of Our Lady

Robert Graham, 2001.

Temple Street, between Grand and Hill.
The golden center of the tympanun above Mary's head is an evocation of heaven.
The circular hole in the tympanum represents God who clothes the figure in light.
The figure of Mary is represented as that of a lowly woman raised to the highest, a woman self possessed, the valiant woman of the Book of Proverbs.

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