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Luke Collection

Background imageLuke Collection: Return of the Prodigal Son, 1773. Artist: Batoni, Pompeo Girolamo (1708-1787)

Return of the Prodigal Son, 1773. Artist: Batoni, Pompeo Girolamo (1708-1787)
Return of the Prodigal Son, 1773. Found in the collection of the Art History Museum, Vienne

Background imageLuke Collection: Page of illuminated text from the Gospel of St Luke, c700

Page of illuminated text from the Gospel of St Luke, c700. Latin text with intricate decoration inspired by Celtic designs. From the Gospel of St Luke, Lindisfarne Gospels

Background imageLuke Collection: The Dodge City Peace Commission, 1883 (1954)

The Dodge City Peace Commission, 1883 (1954). Standing: WH Harris, Luke Short, Bat Masterson; sitting: Charles E Bassett, Wyatt Earp, Frank McClain and Neal Brown

Background imageLuke Collection: Opening words of St Lukes Gospel Quoniam from the Book of Kells, c800

Opening words of St Lukes Gospel Quoniam from the Book of Kells, c800. The Book of Kells is a manuscript of the Four Gospels originally thought to have been produced in Ireland in the 6th century at

Background imageLuke Collection: Saint Luke, 1518. Creator: Agostino Veneziano

Saint Luke, 1518. Creator: Agostino Veneziano
Saint Luke, 1518

Background imageLuke Collection: Saint Matthew the Evangelist. Artist: El Greco, Dominico (1541-1614)

Saint Matthew the Evangelist. Artist: El Greco, Dominico (1541-1614)
Saint Matthew the Evangelist. Found in the collection of Museo del Greco, Toledo

Background imageLuke Collection: Embroidery, 'The Salutation', 1910. Creators: Jane Cory, Mariotto Albertinelli

Embroidery, 'The Salutation', 1910. Creators: Jane Cory, Mariotto Albertinelli
Embroidery, 'The Salutation', 1910

Background imageLuke Collection: The good Samaritan, Mid 17th century. Creator: Lucas van Uden

The good Samaritan, Mid 17th century. Creator: Lucas van Uden
The good Samaritan, Mid 17th century

Background imageLuke Collection: The prodigal's return, c1900. Creator: Edward Stott

The prodigal's return, c1900. Creator: Edward Stott
The prodigal's return, c1900

Background imageLuke Collection: Christ among the doctors, c1865. Creator: Bernardino Pinturicchio

Christ among the doctors, c1865. Creator: Bernardino Pinturicchio
Christ among the doctors, c1865

Background imageLuke Collection: The Assumption of the Virgin, unknown date. Creator: Johann Koerbecke

The Assumption of the Virgin, unknown date. Creator: Johann Koerbecke
The Assumption of the Virgin, unknown date

Background imageLuke Collection: The Good Samaritan, 1622. Creator: Workshop of Domenico Fetti

The Good Samaritan, 1622. Creator: Workshop of Domenico Fetti
The Good Samaritan, 1622

Background imageLuke Collection: The Annunciation Diptych, 1433. Creator: Jan van Eyck

The Annunciation Diptych, 1433. Creator: Jan van Eyck
The Annunciation Diptych, 1433

Background imageLuke Collection: Jesus Among the Doctors, 1506. Creator: Albrecht Durer

Jesus Among the Doctors, 1506. Creator: Albrecht Durer
Jesus Among the Doctors, 1506

Background imageLuke Collection: The Visitation, 1505. Creators: Jakob Strub, Hans Strub

The Visitation, 1505. Creators: Jakob Strub, Hans Strub
The Visitation, 1505

Background imageLuke Collection: Nunc Dimittis, 1505. Creator: Giovanni Bellini

Nunc Dimittis, 1505. Creator: Giovanni Bellini
Nunc Dimittis, 1505

Background imageLuke Collection: The Annunciation, 1455. Creator: Benedetto Bonfigli

The Annunciation, 1455. Creator: Benedetto Bonfigli
The Annunciation, 1455

Background imageLuke Collection: The Good Centurion, 1477. Creator: Derick Baegert

The Good Centurion, 1477. Creator: Derick Baegert
The Good Centurion, 1477

Background imageLuke Collection: The Presentation of the Christ Child in the Temple, 1605. Creator: Lodovico Carracci

The Presentation of the Christ Child in the Temple, 1605. Creator: Lodovico Carracci
The Presentation of the Christ Child in the Temple, 1605

Background imageLuke Collection: Christ in the Storm on the Sea of Galilee, 1596. Creator: Jan Brueghel the Elder

Christ in the Storm on the Sea of Galilee, 1596. Creator: Jan Brueghel the Elder
Christ in the Storm on the Sea of Galilee, 1596

Background imageLuke Collection: The Annunciation, 1580. Creator: Paolo Veronese

The Annunciation, 1580. Creator: Paolo Veronese
The Annunciation, 1580

Background imageLuke Collection: The Annunciation, 1475. Creator: Gentile Bellini

The Annunciation, 1475. Creator: Gentile Bellini
The Annunciation, 1475

Background imageLuke Collection: The Immaculate Conception, 1608. Creators: El Greco, Jorge Manuel Theotocopuli

The Immaculate Conception, 1608. Creators: El Greco, Jorge Manuel Theotocopuli
The Immaculate Conception, 1608

Background imageLuke Collection: The Annunciation, 1596. Creator: El Greco

The Annunciation, 1596. Creator: El Greco
The Annunciation, 1596

Background imageLuke Collection: The Annunciation, 1576. Creator: El Greco

The Annunciation, 1576. Creator: El Greco
The Annunciation, 1576

Background imageLuke Collection: The Supper at Emmaus, 1633. Creator: Matthias Stomer

The Supper at Emmaus, 1633. Creator: Matthias Stomer
The Supper at Emmaus, 1633

Background imageLuke Collection: Clothing the Naked, 1470. Creator: Master of the View of Saint Gudule

Clothing the Naked, 1470. Creator: Master of the View of Saint Gudule
Clothing the Naked, 1470

Background imageLuke Collection: The Annunciation, 1520. Creator: Jan de Beer

The Annunciation, 1520. Creator: Jan de Beer
The Annunciation, 1520

Background imageLuke Collection: Saint Luke the Evangelist, 1478. Creator: Gabriel Malesskircher

Saint Luke the Evangelist, 1478. Creator: Gabriel Malesskircher
Saint Luke the Evangelist, 1478

Background imageLuke Collection: Christ at Emmaus: the smaller plate, 1634. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

Christ at Emmaus: the smaller plate, 1634. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
Christ at Emmaus: the smaller plate, 1634

Background imageLuke Collection: The way to Emmaus, no.2, 1914. Creator: William Strang

The way to Emmaus, no.2, 1914. Creator: William Strang
The way to Emmaus, no.2, 1914. In this scene, the resurrected Christ has found two disciples on the road to Emmaus who are dressed like working-class contemporaries of Strang

Background imageLuke Collection: Portrait of Queen Alexandra of Denmark (1844-1925), c. 1905. Creator: Fildes, Luke

Portrait of Queen Alexandra of Denmark (1844-1925), c. 1905. Creator: Fildes, Luke, (after) (1844-1927)
Portrait of Queen Alexandra of Denmark (1844-1925), c. 1905. Found in the Collection of the Embassy of the United Kingdom, Oslo

Background imageLuke Collection: Moonlight landscape with the Good Samaritan, 1623-1626. Creator: Moses van Wtenbrouck

Moonlight landscape with the Good Samaritan, 1623-1626. Creator: Moses van Wtenbrouck
Moonlight landscape with the Good Samaritan, 1623-1626

Background imageLuke Collection: The Good Samaritan, mid 19th century. Creator: Alfred Jacob Miller

The Good Samaritan, mid 19th century. Creator: Alfred Jacob Miller
The Good Samaritan, mid 19th century

Background imageLuke Collection: The Visitation, c15th century. Creator: Unknown

The Visitation, c15th century. Creator: Unknown
The Visitation, c15th century

Background imageLuke Collection: The Brigands Robbing the Traveler, c1600. Creator: Crispijn de Passe I

The Brigands Robbing the Traveler, c1600. Creator: Crispijn de Passe I
The Brigands Robbing the Traveler, c1600. Series: Set of six landscapes (with the history of the Good Samaritan); Plate: plate 2

Background imageLuke Collection: Ox, Gospel of Luke, 1502. Creator: Petrus von Rosenheim

Ox, Gospel of Luke, 1502. Creator: Petrus von Rosenheim
Ox, Gospel of Luke, 1502. Mnemonic, or memory, device, intended to help one remember the Gospel of Luke. His symbol, the ox, presents imagery representing key moments in each chapter

Background imageLuke Collection: Christ with two disciples at Emmaus, c17th century. Creator: Unknown

Christ with two disciples at Emmaus, c17th century. Creator: Unknown
Christ with two disciples at Emmaus, c17th century

Background imageLuke Collection: Landscape with Christ and the Two Disciples on the Way to Emmaus, 17th century. Creator: Unknown

Landscape with Christ and the Two Disciples on the Way to Emmaus, 17th century. Creator: Unknown
Landscape with Christ and the Two Disciples on the Way to Emmaus, 17th century

Background imageLuke Collection: Kitchen Scene, with Jesus in the House of Martha and Mary in the background, 1569. Creator: Unknown

Kitchen Scene, with Jesus in the House of Martha and Mary in the background, 1569. Creator: Unknown
Kitchen Scene, with Jesus in the House of Martha and Mary in the background, 1569

Background imageLuke Collection: The Well-stocked Kitchen, with Jesus in the House of Martha and Mary in the Background, 1566

The Well-stocked Kitchen, with Jesus in the House of Martha and Mary in the Background, 1566. It is not the profusion of vegetables, fruit, meat

Background imageLuke Collection: The Parable of the Prodigal Son, c.1610-c.1620. Creator: Frans Francken II

The Parable of the Prodigal Son, c.1610-c.1620. Creator: Frans Francken II
The Parable of the Prodigal Son, c.1610-c.1620. The central image shows a brothel with a procuress and includes (following classical precedent)

Background imageLuke Collection: The expulsion of the prodigal son, c.1540-c.1550. Creator: Cornelis Anthonisz

The expulsion of the prodigal son, c.1540-c.1550. Creator: Cornelis Anthonisz
The expulsion of the prodigal son, c.1540-c.1550. The son (Filius Prodigus) is driven out by poverty (Paupertas), while superstition (Superstitio) and heresy (Haeresis)

Background imageLuke Collection: The prodigal son eats from the pigstrog, c.1540-c.1550. Creator: Cornelis Anthonisz

The prodigal son eats from the pigstrog, c.1540-c.1550. Creator: Cornelis Anthonisz
The prodigal son eats from the pigs trough, c.1540-c.1550. The son (Filius Prodigus) eats with the pigs from a trough, it says: Ferment of the Pharisees (Fermentum Pharisaeorum)

Background imageLuke Collection: The return of the prodigal son, c.1540-c.1550. Creator: Cornelis Anthonisz

The return of the prodigal son, c.1540-c.1550. Creator: Cornelis Anthonisz
The return of the prodigal son, c.1540-c.1550. Son (Filius Prodigus) kneeling and embraced by father. Around them love (Dilectio), truth (Veritas), Hope (Spes)

Background imageLuke Collection: The reunification and forgiveness of the prodigal son, c.1540-c.1550. Creator: Cornelis Anthonisz

The reunification and forgiveness of the prodigal son, c.1540-c.1550. Creator: Cornelis Anthonisz
The reunification and forgiveness of the prodigal son, c.1540-c.1550. Son (Filius Prodigus) is embraced by Peace (Pax). Around them are justice (Justicia)

Background imageLuke Collection: The prodigal son wastes his inheritance, c.1540-c.1550. Creator: Cornelis Anthonisz

The prodigal son wastes his inheritance, c.1540-c.1550. Creator: Cornelis Anthonisz
The prodigal son wastes his inheritance, c.1540-c.1550. Son (Filius Prodigus) at the table with lust (Caro) and greed (Avaritia)

Background imageLuke Collection: The prodigal son receives his inheritance, c.1540-c.1550. Creator: Cornelis Anthonisz

The prodigal son receives his inheritance, c.1540-c.1550. Creator: Cornelis Anthonisz
The prodigal son receives his inheritance, c.1540-c.1550. Father sitting at the table under canopy, son (Filius Prodigus) opposite him with money pouch



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