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Biblical Art

Bible story pictures have been around since medieval times, when the majority of people were illiterate and learned about the Bible and God through paintings in churches or other religious areas. Some of the world's most famous classic masters began by creating works of art depicting biblical stories. Michelangelo, Durer, Saraceni, Caravaggio, and even contemporary artists like Salvador Dali have all tried to make works of art that are meant to help people affirm, or question, their faith in God.

Biblical Artwork

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The Last Supper
by Leonardo Da Vinci
40" x 20"
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Last Supper - Panel
by Tobey
20" x 8"
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Last Supper
by Cornell Barnes
26" x 18"
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Power of Prayer
by Danny Hahlbohm
20" x 16"
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The Creation of Adam (detail)
by Michelangelo Buonarroti
36" x 24"
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The Last Supper
by Leonardo Da Vinci
34" x 20"
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Noah's Ark
by Haruko Takino
36" x 12"
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Madonna and Child
by Tim Ashkar
14" x 19"
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My Shepherd
by Sheri Lynn Boyer-Doty
16" x 20"
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I Asked Jesus - Photo
by Edgecombe
6" x 8"
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Nativity Collage
by The Macneil Studio
12" x 12"
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Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane Heinrich Hoffmann (1824-1911 German)
by Unknown
18" x 24"
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The Last Supper
by Leonardo Da Vinci
24" x 16"
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Christ with Child
by Beverly Lopez
8" x 10"
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Coronation of the Virgin
by Diego Velazquez
18" x 24"
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Hands of God and Adam, detail from The Creation of Adam, from the Sistine Ceiling, 1511
by Michelangelo Buonarroti
24" x 18"
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Last Supper
by Leonardo Da Vinci
36" x 12"
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Light of the World
by Mark Missman
34" x 26"
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Praying Hands, c.1508 (sepia)
by Albrecht Durer
11" x 14"
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The Living Cross
by Vincent Barzoni
16" x 20"
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Christ Blessing the Children
by H. Clementz
33" x 25"
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Madonna and Child
by Tim Ashkar
24" x 34"
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Perspective Study for the Background of The Adoration of the Magi
by Leonardo Da Vinci
24" x 18"
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Sistine Chapel Ceiling (1508-12): The Creation of Adam, 1511-12
by Michelangelo Buonarroti
24" x 18"
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J.b. Grant - Praying Hands
by J. B. Grant
8" x 10"
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Nova Totius
by Henricus Hondius
12" x 10"
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Joseph And Mary
by The Macneil Studio
12" x 16"
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Eternal Life
by Richard Judson Zolan
13" x 17"
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Last Judgement, from the Sistine Chapel, 1538-41
by Michelangelo Buonarroti
24" x 18"
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Faith Of A Child
by Dona Gelsinger
8" x 6"
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St. Peter Invited to Walk on the Water
by Francois Boucher
18" x 24"
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Welcome Home
by Danny Hahlbohm
11" x 14"
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The Creation of Adam
by Michelangelo Buonarroti
38" x 20"
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The Supper at Emmaus, 1601
by Michelangelo Caravaggio
24" x 18"
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Tabletop of the Seven Deadly Sins and the Four Last Things
by Hieronymus Bosch
24" x 18"
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Although the majority of people assume that biblical scene artwork is essentially Christian art, that's actually not entirely correct. Most of the medieval masterpieces were actually commissioned by the Catholic Church for decoration and teaching purposes solely within the church.

Despite this, most Christian's still adopt this art category for their purposes because of the familiar biblical stories and faith-affirming messages embodied in the majority of imagery that make up this art style's content. A large portion of biblical scene art has content from various stories of the Bible, such as Daniel in the lion's den, Noah's ark, the Garden of Eden, and the Last Supper, in addition to biblical figures like angels. However, biblical scene art doesn't necessarily have to be literal and there is a lot of art in this category that addresses themes of faith, hope, overcoming trials, blessings and prayer as well as contemporary works that quote actual verses from various biblical texts.
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