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The Trinity with Christ's Body Held by the Father

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
UNKNOWN; French Master

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; German Master

Holy Trinity
UNKNOWN; Hungarian Master

Trinity with St.s, The
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of Book of Hours, South Holland, c. 1480-1500

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'Hours of Philip of Burgundy', Oudenaarde, c. 1450-60

Father holding the crucified Son, The
UNKNOWN; Master Connected to the Protestant Reformation Era Writings

Trinity
UNKNOWN; Master Connected to the Protestant Reformation Era Writings

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; Master Connected to the Protestant Reformation Era Writings

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; Master Connected to the Protestant Reformation Era Writings

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; Netherlandish Master

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; Netherlandish Master

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; Netherlandish Master

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; Netherlandish Master

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; Netherlandish Master

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; Netherlandish Master

Trinity, The
UNKNOWN; Netherlandish Master

Holy Trinity
UNKNOWN; Polish Master

Dead Christ, held by his Father, adored by St.s Peter and Paul, The
Veronese, Paolo, Attributed to

Throne of grace Trinity, The
VRELANT, Willem


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