The common history of religion and art is extremely old and rich in tradition. Since time immemorial, artists have captured sacred ideas through pictures, frescoes, and sculptures in order to immortalise them for their generation and posterity. Religious pictures are just as important as religion itself. They can be found primarily in churches, as well as in many public and private art collections. Whether depicting deities, angels, crosses, doves, or other religious symbols - religious art is, by all means, versatile, aesthetic, and full of expression and significance.