Artwork focusing on the falling of the idols in Egypt, the legend of the quick-growing corn, the story of the leaning tree, the miracle of the Christ child taming the dragons , and the legend of the robbers (Titus and Dumachus, Christ prophesies they will be crucified with him) belongs to this subject. Since the miracles are connected to the Christ child, the subject sorts
under "Jesus Christ, the Lord". In some cases, artworks depict the classical scene with the holy family travelling to Egypt, with the miracles shown in the background. These artworks will usually sort under the subject "The Flight into Egypt".
Related: The Flight into Egypt The Massacre of the Innocents
Holy Family during the fliight into Egypt, and the miracle of the palm, The
CORNEILLE, Michel, the Younger
Image of the Holy Virgin made by the Egyptians, The. Idol images fall from their stands (during the flight into Egypt).
HESDIN of Amiens
Jean Lallemant le Jeune looking at the Flight into Egypt, the idols falling down
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Hours of Jean Lallemant le Jeune', Bourges, c. 1540