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Images for the Third Sunday of Easter

Readings: Acts 2: 14a, 36-41, Psalm 116, 1 Peter 1: 17-23, and Luke 24: 13-35

The Luke reading is the ‘Walk to Emmaus’ text which is very familiar and very well represented in art. Here are some selections:

James Tissot, The Pilgrims of Emmaus on the Road (1886-1894)

James Tissot, The Pilgrims of Emmaus on the Road (1886-1894)

Journey to Emmaus on the Cloister Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos, Burgos, Castille-Leon Spain

Journey to Emmaus on the Cloister Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos, Burgos, Castille-Leon Spain

Rousselin, Les pelerins d' Emmaus, 19th Century

Rousselin, Les pelerins d’ Emmaus, 19th Century

Gebhard Fugel, Jesus und der Gang nach Emmaus, turn of the 20th century, copyright holder released to public domain

Gebhard Fugel, Jesus und der Gang nach Emmaus, turn of the 20th century, copyright holder released to public domain

Caravaggio, Supper at Emmaus (1601-02)

Caravaggio, Supper at Emmaus (1601-02)

Bloemart, the Emmaus Disciples, 1622

Bloemart, the Emmaus Disciples, 1622

Henry Fuseli, Christ Disappearing at Emmaus (1792)

Henry Fuseli, Christ Disappearing at Emmaus (1792)Gebhard Fu

Images for the Sixth Sunday After Epiphany, Lectionary 6A

Continuing in the Sermon on the Mount where Jesus interprets the commandments. The ideas for many of these images come out of the images in my copy of Luther’s Small Catechism around the fifth, sixth and eighth commandments

William Blake, Moses Receiving the Law (1780)

William Blake, Moses Receiving the Law (1780)

Peter Paul Rubens, Cain Slaying Abel, (1608-1809)

Peter Paul Rubens, Cain Slaying Abel, (1608-1809)

 

Jean-Leon Gerome, Bethsabee (1889 or 1885)

Jean-Leon Gerome, Bethsabee (1889 or 1885)

Michelangelo Merisis da Carvaggio, The Denial of Saint Peter

Michelangelo Merisis da Carvaggio, The Denial of Saint Peter