'Elijah Restoring the Widows Son', 1943. Creator: Ford Madox Brown
'Elijah Restoring the Widow's Son', 1868, (1943). Biblical scene, depiction of a story from the first Book of Kings. The prophet Elijah brings a child - still in his funeral shroud - down from the bedroom alive and well. His grateful mother kneels in thanks. Painting in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. From "The English Bible", by Sir Herbert Grierson. [Collins, London, 1943]
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'The Dead Christ and the Angels', 1864. Artist: Edouard Manet
'The Dead Christ and the Angels', 1864. Located in the collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA. In an inscription on the rock Manet identifies the Gospel according to Saint John as the source for the subject of this painting, but in the passage cited the angels are positioned differently, and in all four Gospels the resurrected Christ is no longer in the tomb.
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