Pikesville, MD (PressExposure) July 05, 2011 -- Seeking art with biblical themes? Look no further than Archaeology Illustrated's new site, archaeologyillustrated.com. Specializing in archaeological stock illustrations depicting Bible themes, the site offers Holy Land art useful for anyone teaching God's Word.
The site offers both New Testament illustrations and Old Testament illustrations. Using biblical art makes the lesson come alive to students in Sunday school, vacation Bible school, home school, children's church and Bible college. Archaeology Illustrated offers ministers an invaluable resource for high impact visual aids to augment sermons and embellish handouts.
A picture truly is "worth a thousand words" and few illustrations hold as much value for the truth they represent as Bible stock art. Each biblical scene represents all the details accurately according to the history of the biblical period and location, including ancient Egypt, Babylon, Israel, Mesopotamia, Assyria and Rome.
Each Scripture illustration bears a description of the image and offers a forum for users to add comments and discuss the images of ancient biblical lands.
Seeking art with biblical themes? Look no further than Archaeology Illustrated's new site. Specializing in archaeological stock illustrations depicting Bible themes, the website offers Holy Land art useful for anyone teaching God's Word.
Archaeology Illustrated users can commission new archaeological illustrations or purchase existing illustrations and prints royalty-free from an impressive selection of scenes.
Archaeology Illustrated will keep the site stocked with new illustrations and free biblical images for download.
Hungarian-born painter, illustrator and pictorial historian Balage Balogh brings the ancient biblical world to modern eyes at Archeology Illustrated. Renowned as the finest archaeological illustrator to have worked with Israeli and American scholars, Balogh shares our passion for fine art and biblical accuracy. He has worked with archaeologists, scholars and museums creating archaeological reconstructions.