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Capital c. 1150 Stone Saint-Andoche, Saulieu

Capital c. 1150 Stone Saint-Andoche, Saulieu

Flight into Egypt -  Salerno Museo diocesano.  Salerno ivories - avori salernitani   #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Flight into Egypt - Salerno Museo diocesano. Salerno ivories - avori salernitani #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Farnese Hours, M.69, fol. 42v - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Farnese Hours, M.69, fol. 42v - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Autun | Flight into Egypt | Everything in this sculpture is moving and facing forward, except for the Crist Child. It look straight at us while blessing the world.

Autun | Flight into Egypt | Everything in this sculpture is moving and facing forward, except for the Crist Child. It look straight at us while blessing the world.

A RECTANGULAR TERRACOTTA RELIEF OF THE FLIGHT INTO EGYPT

A RECTANGULAR TERRACOTTA RELIEF OF THE FLIGHT INTO EGYPT

The Holy Family's flight into Egypt - Book of Hours - French - 1400-1415

The Holy Family's flight into Egypt - Book of Hours - French - 1400-1415

Reversed copy of the woodcut of the Flight into Egypt of c.1504, showing a dense wood with the Virgin and Child on a donkey, St Joseph on foot; on the right a date palm tree and a stag, on the top left a cloud with angels.  c.1525-50  Etching

Reversed copy of the woodcut of the Flight into Egypt of c.1504, showing a dense wood with the Virgin and Child on a donkey, St Joseph on foot; on the right a date palm tree and a stag, on the top left a cloud with angels. c.1525-50 Etching

Book of Hours, use of Paris - Medieval Manuscripts

Book of Hours, use of Paris - Medieval Manuscripts

Adam van Noort, Flemish, 1562 - 1641. Flight into Egypt,  n.d. Pen and brown ink and brown wash over sketch in black chalk, pricked for transfer, 21.4 x 16.5 cm (8 7/16 x 6 1/2 in.) (cut to an oval)

Adam van Noort, Flemish, 1562 - 1641. Flight into Egypt, n.d. Pen and brown ink and brown wash over sketch in black chalk, pricked for transfer, 21.4 x 16.5 cm (8 7/16 x 6 1/2 in.) (cut to an oval)

coriesu: “ The Miracle of the Palm Tree on the Flight to Egypt, Spain, ca. 1490–1510 Unknown artist ”

coriesu: “ The Miracle of the Palm Tree on the Flight to Egypt, Spain, ca. 1490–1510 Unknown artist ”

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