13 September 2017


Many of the great Evangelaries illuminated in Ireland and Northumbria in the Early Middle Ages contain entire pages filled with ornament arranged into crosses and other Christian symbols. Art historians call these carpet pages. This is a coloring sheet of a carpet page composed of my own Celtic knot, key and braid patterns.

If you like this, please consider purchasing my coloring book Christian Labyrinths, which contains 30 pages of similar works of art.

Click on the thumbnail image to download the file; this is formatted as a 300dpi bitmap image on and 8 1/2" × 11" page that can be printed and photocopied.

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