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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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Kiss of peace, The

Model of a tomb

Heavenly and earthly trinities, The
MURILLO, Bartolomé Esteban

Holy Family, The
MURILLO, Bartolomé Esteban

Two trinities, The
Murillo, Bartolomé Esteban, After

Jesus on the cross
ORLEY, Bernaert van

Holy Trinity and the apostles, The

Trinity and six St.s

Trinity with St.s, The

Nativity with God the Father and the Holy Ghost, The
PITTONI, Giambattista

Christian allegory

Coronation of the Virgin, The

Disputation of the holy sacrament

Study for the Disputa

Disputation of the holy sacrament *
Raphael, After

Raphael, Copy after

Adoration of the Holy Trinity, The
SCHONFELD, Johann Heinrich

Trinity, the Madonna and St. Dominic, The
SOLIMENA, Francesco

Stoning of St. Stephen
STROBEL, Bartlomiej

Pope St. Clement adoring the Trinity
TIEPOLO, Giovanni Battista

Vision of the Trinity appearing to Pope St. Clement, A
TIEPOLO, Giovanni Battista

Trinity in glory, The

Gloria, The
Titian, After

Adam and Eve
TOCHÉ, Charles

Church in Heaven, The
UNKNOWN; Chinese Master

Church on earth, The
UNKNOWN; Chinese Master

Annunciation, The
UNKNOWN; Flemish Master

Ages, The. The universal judgment of mankind.
UNKNOWN; French Master

Symbol of St. John
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Ars memorandi capitula evangeliorum', Germany, c. 1475-1500

St. Augustine discussing with scholars and philosophers
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of Augustine's 'De civitate Dei' (The City of God), France, 1464-71

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