The artists use angels as decorational elements with a varying theological and biblical relevance. Hence, angels are present in pictures depicting many different scenes. This is why the present heading has a long list of related subjects; all these subjects, and even others, have pictures including angels connected to them. The portraits of Michael and Gabriel have a
somewhat special position in the list.
Related: Angels Ascending and Descending Attended by Angels Christ in Glory Daniel and the Dragon Earthquake and Resurrection Ecstasy, Dwelling with Angels, Apotheosis Elijah and the Angel Hagar, First Trip Hagar, Second Trip In the Fields of the Shepherds John at Patmos Joseph Warned by the Angel Joseph's Problem and Dream Mary and Elizabeth Matthew as a Writer One Like a Son of Man Other Coronation and Enthronement Compositions Other Depictions of the Man of Sorrows Other Portraits of Gabriel Other Portraits of Michael Peter's Escape Praying in Agony The Angel at Bokim The Angel Marriages, the Rebel Angels The Angel with the Scroll The Angels in Sodom The Angels with the Trumpets The Assumption and Apotheosis of the Virgin The Baptism The Birth of the Virgin The Dead Christ with Angels The Death of Peter The Death of the Virgin The Entombment The Expulsion from Eden The Fifth Trumpet The First Vision The Flight into Egypt The Four Angels of Destruction The Immaculate Conception The Lord Visits Abraham The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine The New Jerusalem The Sacrifice of Isaac The Three Angels The Virgin and the Angel The Woman and the Dragon The Women at the Tomb Veronica Portrayed with the Towel Virgin and Child Alone or with Angels With Other People from the Biblical Account
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