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The Trinity in Various Compositions

The word "Trinity" does not appear in the Bible. The idea behind the word is definitely biblical, though. The Trinity is, of course, the God of both testaments. The physical appearances of God in the NT (e.g. Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit as a dove) is focused in the artwork dealing with the Trinity.

Related:   Christ in Various Compositions   God the Father in Various Compositions   The Holy Spirit in Various Compositions   The Trinity Appearing to St.s and Others


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  CARREÑO de Miranda, Juan
      Mass of the foundation of the Order of the Holy Trinity, The (1666):
            Figure kneeling in front of altar
            Upper left part of picture
            Upper right part of picture
  DÜRER, Albrecht
      Adoration of the Trinity (1511):
            Crowd in upper left part of picture
            Lower central part of picture
            Lower crowd in left part of picture, upper left part of crowd
            Lower crowd in right part of picture, upper right part of crowd
            Lower right corner of picture
            Lower right part of picture
  GOZZOLI, Benozzo
      St. Sebastian Intercessor (1464-65):
            Upper part of picture
  MURILLO, Bartolomé Esteban
      Heavenly and earthly trinities, The (C. 1675-82):
            Angels in upper right corner
  RAPHAEL
      Disputation of the holy sacrament (1510-11):
            Altar and immediate disputators
            Background scenery
            Christ and the Holy Spirit, Mary, and John the Baptist
            Christ, God the Father, and Mary
            Details of angels at the very top of picture
            Figure sitting writing in lower right part of picture, upper part of figure
            Group of theologians immediately left of altar, including St. Gregory and St. Jerome
            Head of Dante
            Head of Fra Angelico
            Kneeling figure in white and green clothing, left part of picture
            Left part of picture
            Lower left corner of picture
            Lower left part of picture
            Lower right part of picture
            Right part of picture
            St. Bonaventure, Pope Sixtus IV, Dante and Savonarola, upper part of figures
            St. in green (with a feather pen), upper part of figure
            Three men above figure sitting writing in lower right part of picture, upper part of figures
            Upper central part of picture, the Trinity
            Upper left part of picture
            Upper part of picture
            Upper right part of picture