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Paul as a Writer and Correspondent

Attributes of Paul as a writer and correspondent: Book, scroll, writing equipment, congregation (recipient of a letter)

Related:   The Correspondence of Paul


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  BROWN, Ford Madox
      St. Paul:
            Upper part of artwork
  DADDI, Bernardo
      St. Paul (1333):
            Lower left part of picture
            Lower part of picture
            Lower right part of picture
            Medium high part of picture
            Upper part of picture
  DOMENICO di Bartolo
      Madonna and Child enthroned with St. Peter and St. Paul (C. 1430):
            Head of Paul
            Paul, medium high part of figure
  DÜRER, Albrecht
      Four holy men, The: Mark and Paul (1526):
            Head of Paul
  GIOTTO di Bondone
      Panel with St. Paul (1334):
            Picture cut right and bottom
  GOZZOLI, Benozzo
      Maria lactans (1484):
            Central group, including portrait of Christ
  MANTEGNA, Andrea
      Four St.s (1456-59):
            Lower right corner of picture
  MASTER of the Getty Epistles
      St. Paul (C. 1520-30):
            Upper part of figure
  MORRIS, William
      St. Paul:
            Upper part of artwork
  REMBRANDT Harmenszoon van Rijn
      Apostle Paul (C. 1657):
            Central right part of picture
            Hand of Paul
            Head of Paul
            Lower right part of picture
            Upper right corner of picture
  Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Workshop of?
      Apostle Paul (C. 1657):
            Central right part of picture
            Hand of Paul
            Head of Paul
            Lower right part of picture
            Upper right corner of picture
  RUBLEV, Andrei
      Apostle Paul (C. 1420s):
            Head of Paul
  UNKNOWN; German Master
      Annunciation, The (C. 1170s):
            Paul
      Pentecost (C. 1170s):
            Paul