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The Trinity with the Crucified Christ

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.


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Trinity, The
MASTER of Cornelis Croesinck

Trinity, The
MASTER of Hugo Jansz. van Woerden

Trinity, The
MASTER of Otto van Moerdrecht

Trinity, The
MASTER of the Breviary of Senlis of Montpellier

Trinity, The
MASTER of the Dark Eyes

Trinity, The
MASTER of the Dark Eyes

Trinity, The
MASTER of the Delft Grisailles

Trinity with the Virgin, St.s John, Stephen, Lawrence, and a donor
MASTER of the Drapery Studies

Crucifixion
MASTER of the Gold Scroll Group

Trinity, The
MASTER of the Gold Scroll Group

Trinity, The
MASTER of the Haarlem Bible

Mercy-seat: Holy Trinity
MASTER of the Modena Book of Hours

Trinity, The
MASTER of the Modena Book of Hours

Trinity, The
MICHIEL van der Borch

Model of a tomb
MULTSCHER, Hans

Trinity, The
PACINO di Bonaguida

Trinity with St.s, The
PESELLINO

Trinity, The
RENI, Guido

Trinity, The
RENI, Guido

Trinity adored by St. John Baptist, a St. and martyrs, The
ROVERE, Giovanni Mauro della

Trinity and angels
UNKNOWN; French Master

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; French Master

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; French Master

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; French Master

Mercy seat, The
UNKNOWN; German Master

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

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of Book of Hours, Tours, c. 1470

Throne of grace
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Bréviaire de Martin d'Aragon', Spain

Throne of grace
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Bréviaire de Martin d'Aragon', Spain

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Burnet Psalter', first half of 15th century


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