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Miracle at Sravasti; Scenes from Life of the Buddha; Kushan; Creation date: 3rd century CE

Work Title
Miracle at Sravasti
Scenes from Life of the Buddha
Creator/Culture
Culture: Indian (South Asian)
Site/Repository
Creation location: Gandhara; Repository: Cleveland Museum of Art (Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
Period/Date
Kushan
Creation date: 3rd century CE
Subjects
ACSAA: American Council on Southern Asian Art
India
Sculptures (visual works)
Gandhara (Pakistan and Afghanistan)
Bas-reliefs
Gautama Buddha
Miracles
Buddhism
Work Record ID
543168
Image Record ID
974622
Digital filename
05d102085
Classification Filing Number
254;8G;B4.1 37Cb;*.na
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 04:44:46

The Exhumation of St. Hubert; Renaissance; Creation date: late 1430s

Work Title
The Exhumation of St. Hubert
Creator/Culture
painter: Workshop of Rogier van der Weyden (Flemish, 1399-1464)
Site/Repository
Repository: National Gallery (London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom) ID: NG783
Period/Date
Renaissance
Creation date: late 1430s
Media/Technique
oil paint, egg tempera, oak; painting (image-making)
Dimensions
87.95x80.65 cm (34.625x31.75 inches)
Subjects
Male saints
Hubert, Saint, Bishop of Liège, d. 727
Exhumation
Miracles
Work Record ID
186248
Image Record ID
950779
Digital filename
08d001453
Classification Filing Number
374.1;V2422-f;38H
HART Image Order Number
230144
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 08:08:20

Canterbury Cathedral; Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Christ at Canterbury; Interior, stained glass, Trinity Chapel Ambulatory, s.II. Detail: Becket Miracle Window, Cure of the carpenter, William of Kellett (1); Romanesque, Gothic; Creation date: 1077, rebuilt 1174

Work Title
Canterbury Cathedral
Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Christ at Canterbury
View Title
Interior, stained glass, Trinity Chapel Ambulatory, s.II. Detail: Becket Miracle Window, Cure of the carpenter, William of Kellett (1)
Creator/Culture
English
British
Site/Repository
Site: Canterbury (Kent, England, United Kingdom)
Period/Date
Romanesque, Gothic
Creation date: 1077, rebuilt 1174
Subjects
Stained glass
Ambulatory
Becket, Saint Thomas (English archbishop, ca. 1118-1170)
Miracles
Windows
Carpenters
Chapels
Architecture
Cathedrals
Churches
Christianity
Worship
Roman Catholic Church
Romanesque
World Heritage area (UNESCO)
Grotesques
Work Record ID
139049
Image Record ID
969462
Digital filename
04d106171
Classification Filing Number
177;C229;2Cig 10eca;*.d-a.r
HART Image Order Number
220182
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 06:56:30

Canterbury Cathedral; Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Christ at Canterbury; Interior, stained glass, Trinity Chapel Ambulatory, s.II. Detail: Becket Miracle Window, Cure of the carpenter William of Kellett (3); Romanesque, Gothic; Creation date: 1077, rebuilt 1174

Work Title
Canterbury Cathedral
Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Christ at Canterbury
View Title
Interior, stained glass, Trinity Chapel Ambulatory, s.II. Detail: Becket Miracle Window, Cure of the carpenter William of Kellett (3)
Creator/Culture
English
British
Site/Repository
Site: Canterbury (Kent, England, United Kingdom)
Period/Date
Romanesque, Gothic
Creation date: 1077, rebuilt 1174
Subjects
Stained glass
Ambulatory
Becket, Saint Thomas (English archbishop, ca. 1118-1170)
Miracles
Windows
Carpenters
Chapels
Architecture
Cathedrals
Churches
Christianity
Worship
Roman Catholic Church
Romanesque
World Heritage area (UNESCO)
Grotesques
Work Record ID
139049
Image Record ID
969458
Digital filename
04d106172
Classification Filing Number
177;C229;2Cig 10ecc;*.d-a.r
HART Image Order Number
220182
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 06:56:31

Canterbury Cathedral; Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Christ at Canterbury; Interior, Trinity Chapel Miracle Windows, St. Thomas Appears to a Leper; Romanesque, Gothic; Creation date: 1077, rebuilt 1174

Work Title
Canterbury Cathedral
Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Christ at Canterbury
View Title
Interior, Trinity Chapel Miracle Windows, St. Thomas Appears to a Leper
Creator/Culture
English
British
Site/Repository
Site: Canterbury (Kent, England, United Kingdom)
Period/Date
Romanesque, Gothic
Creation date: 1077, rebuilt 1174
Subjects
Stained glass
Miracles
Windows
Becket, Saint Thomas (English archbishop, ca. 1118-1170)
Chapels
Architecture
Cathedrals
Churches
Christianity
Worship
Roman Catholic Church
Romanesque
World Heritage area (UNESCO)
Grotesques
Work Record ID
139049
Image Record ID
1291914
Digital filename
11d001739
Classification Filing Number
177;C229;2Cig 2a;*.na
HART Image Order Number
220182
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 08:41:13

Homiliary of the Archangel Michael; Dersana Mikael; Folios 94 verso and 95 recto (The miracle of the icon); Creation date: after 1730

Work Title
Homiliary of the Archangel Michael
Dersana Mikael
View Title
Folios 94 verso and 95 recto (The miracle of the icon)
Creator/Culture
Culture: Ethiopian
Site/Repository
Creation location: Unknown site (Ethiopia); Site: Church of the Archangel Mikael, Ānkober (Shewa, Ethiopia)
Period/Date
Creation date: after 1730
Media/Technique
parchment; stamped, leather-covered wood end boards
Dimensions
28.5x23 cm (11.22x9.06 inches), count of folios: 124
Subjects
Icons
Miracles
Africa
Ethiopia
Manuscripts
Homiliaries
Michael (Archangel)
Work Record ID
543534
Image Record ID
1297491
Digital filename
07vm044341
Classification Filing Number
771.19C;18;37HMA 94v;*.digitalonly
HART Image Order Number
220836
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 07:59:50

The Prayer on the Water; 20th Century; Creation date: 20th century

Work Title
The Prayer on the Water
Creator/Culture
Culture: Senegalese
Site/Repository
Creation location: Unknown Site (Senegal)
Period/Date
20th Century
Creation date: 20th century
Media/Technique
paint, glass, painting (image-making)
Dimensions
37x48 cm (14.57x18.9 inches)
Subjects
Paintings (visual works)
Visual Works
Keats, John, 1795-1821. Eve of St. Agnes.
Prayers
Miracles
Angels
Prayer rugs
Work Record ID
545546
Image Record ID
1299563
Digital filename
08vm017044
Classification Filing Number
364;20;38POW;*.digitalonly
HART Image Order Number
230037
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 08:02:51

Amadou Bamba Praying on Waves; 20th Century; Creation date: 20th century

Work Title
Amadou Bamba Praying on Waves
Creator/Culture
Culture: Senegalese
Period/Date
20th Century
Creation date: 20th century
Media/Technique
paint, glass, painting (image-making)
Dimensions
50x70 cm (19.69x27.56 inches)
Subjects
Paintings (visual works)
Visual Works
Keats, John, 1795-1821. Eve of St. Agnes.
Prayers
Miracles
Angels
Prayer rugs
Work Record ID
545534
Image Record ID
1299556
Digital filename
08vm017036
Classification Filing Number
364;20;38ESAB;*.digitalonly
HART Image Order Number
230037
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 08:02:50

Royal Gold Cup; St. Agnes Cup;The Royal Gold Cup of the Kings of England and France; Bowl, The miracle of Constantia; 14th Century; Creation date: ca. 1380

Work Title
Royal Gold Cup
St. Agnes Cup;The Royal Gold Cup of the Kings of England and France
View Title
Bowl, The miracle of Constantia
Creator/Culture
French
Site/Repository
Repository: British Museum (London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom) ID: ML125
Period/Date
14th Century
Creation date: ca. 1380
Media/Technique
engraved stamped gold, translucent enamel on low relief, opaque enamel, and set with pearls
Dimensions
height: 23.5 cm (9.25 inches), depth: 17.2 cm (6.77 inches)
Subjects
Miracles
France
Cups
Royalty
Gold
Saint Agnes (Roman saint, active early 4th century)
Metalwork
Work Record ID
539231
Image Record ID
1294956
Digital filename
07d124930
Classification Filing Number
575;14;63RGC;*.digitalonly
HART Image Order Number
220471
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 07:51:58

Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier; Baroque; Creation date: 1617-1618

Work Title
Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier
Creator/Culture
painter: Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, 1577-1640)
Site/Repository
Repository: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien (Vienna, Austria)
Period/Date
Baroque
Creation date: 1617-1618
Media/Technique
oil on canvas, painting (image-making)
Dimensions
535 x 395 cm (210.63 x 155.51 inches)
Subjects
Francis Xavier, Saint, 1506-1552
Miracles
Paintings (visual works)
Work Record ID
185722
Image Record ID
994111
Digital filename
08vmff0151
Classification Filing Number
374.1;R895;38FX;*.r-digitalonly
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 08:17:17

Saint Isidore and the Miracle of the Well; Baroque; Creation date: ca. 1646-1648

Work Title
Saint Isidore and the Miracle of the Well
Creator/Culture
painter: Alonso Cano (Spanish, 1601-1667)
Site/Repository
Repository: Museo del Prado (Madrid, Spain)
Period/Date
Baroque
Creation date: ca. 1646-1648
Media/Technique
oil on canvas; painting (image-making)
Dimensions
216x149 cm (85.04x58.66 inches)
Subjects
Gutai Group
Miracles
Wells (Structures)
Work Record ID
196367
Image Record ID
994222
Digital filename
08vmsf0585
Classification Filing Number
376;C227;24W;*.r-digitalonly
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 08:17:33

Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier (sketch); Left foreground; Baroque; Creation date: 1619-1920

Work Title
Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier (sketch)
View Title
Left foreground
Creator/Culture
painter: Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, 1577-1640)
Site/Repository
Repository: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien (Vienna, Austria) ID: 528
Period/Date
Baroque
Creation date: 1619-1920
Media/Technique
oil on canvas, painting (image-making)
Subjects
Sketches
Francis Xavier, Saint, 1506-1552
Miracles
Work Record ID
185723
Image Record ID
909143
Classification Filing Number
374.1;R895;38FXs 1

Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier (sketch); Baroque; Creation date: 1619-1920

Work Title
Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier (sketch)
Creator/Culture
painter: Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, 1577-1640)
Site/Repository
Repository: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien (Vienna, Austria) ID: 528
Period/Date
Baroque
Creation date: 1619-1920
Media/Technique
oil on canvas, painting (image-making)
Subjects
Sketches
Francis Xavier, Saint, 1506-1552
Miracles
Work Record ID
185723
Image Record ID
909142
Classification Filing Number
374.1;R895;38FXs

Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier; Saint Francis; Baroque; Creation date: 1617-1618

Work Title
Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier
View Title
Saint Francis
Creator/Culture
painter: Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, 1577-1640)
Site/Repository
Repository: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien (Vienna, Austria)
Period/Date
Baroque
Creation date: 1617-1618
Media/Technique
oil on canvas, painting (image-making)
Dimensions
535 x 395 cm (210.63 x 155.51 inches)
Subjects
Francis Xavier, Saint, 1506-1552
Miracles
Paintings (visual works)
Work Record ID
185722
Image Record ID
909141
Classification Filing Number
374.1;R895;38FX 6

Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier; Lower left portion; Baroque; Creation date: 1617-1618

Work Title
Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier
View Title
Lower left portion
Creator/Culture
painter: Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, 1577-1640)
Site/Repository
Repository: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien (Vienna, Austria)
Period/Date
Baroque
Creation date: 1617-1618
Media/Technique
oil on canvas, painting (image-making)
Dimensions
535 x 395 cm (210.63 x 155.51 inches)
Subjects
Francis Xavier, Saint, 1506-1552
Miracles
Paintings (visual works)
Work Record ID
185722
Image Record ID
909140
Classification Filing Number
374.1;R895;38FX 4

Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier; Baroque; Creation date: 1617-1618

Work Title
Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier
Creator/Culture
painter: Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, 1577-1640)
Site/Repository
Repository: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien (Vienna, Austria)
Period/Date
Baroque
Creation date: 1617-1618
Media/Technique
oil on canvas, painting (image-making)
Dimensions
535 x 395 cm (210.63 x 155.51 inches)
Subjects
Francis Xavier, Saint, 1506-1552
Miracles
Paintings (visual works)
Work Record ID
185722
Image Record ID
909130
Classification Filing Number
374.1;R895;38FX;*.a&d.r

Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier; Baroque; Creation date: 1617-1618

Work Title
Miracles of Saint Francis Xavier
Creator/Culture
painter: Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, 1577-1640)
Site/Repository
Repository: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien (Vienna, Austria)
Period/Date
Baroque
Creation date: 1617-1618
Media/Technique
oil on canvas, painting (image-making)
Dimensions
535 x 395 cm (210.63 x 155.51 inches)
Subjects
Francis Xavier, Saint, 1506-1552
Miracles
Paintings (visual works)
Work Record ID
185722
Image Record ID
909128
Classification Filing Number
374.1;R895;38FX

Diptych with Christ with Saint, and Angels and Miracle scenes; Diptych with Christ with Saint, and Angels and Miracle Scenes; Creation date: 6th century

Work Title
Diptych with Christ with Saint, and Angels and Miracle scenes
View Title
Diptych with Christ with Saint, and Angels and Miracle Scenes
Creator/Culture
Early Christian
Site/Repository
Ravenna, National Archaeological Mus. (Museo Archeologico Nazionale)
Period/Date
Creation date: 6th century
Media/Technique
ivory, carving
Subjects
Ivories
Miracles
Angels
Diptychs
Saints
Work Record ID
223754
Image Record ID
899409
Classification Filing Number
771.15A;6;21CSR

Left wing: The Mule Kneeling Before the Host, central panel: The Drowned Child Restored to Life, and right wing: Saint Anthony Preaching to the Fishes (part of "The Saint Anne Altarpiece"); Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua; Child restored to life; Renaissance; Creation date: ca. 1500-1510

Work Title
Left wing: The Mule Kneeling Before the Host, central panel: The Drowned Child Restored to Life, and right wing: Saint Anthony Preaching to the Fishes (part of "The Saint Anne Altarpiece")
Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua
View Title
Child restored to life
Creator/Culture
artist: Gerard David (Flemish, 1460-1523)
Site/Repository
Repository: Toledo Museum of Art (Toledo, Ohio, USA)
Period/Date
Renaissance
Creation date: ca. 1500-1510
Media/Technique
oil on panel, panel painting
Dimensions
dimensions of left wing: 57.3 x 34 cm (22.56 x 13.39 inches), central panel: 55.1 x 32.7 cm (21.688 x 12.875 inches), right wing: 55.6 x 32.6 cm (21.875 x 12.813 inches)
Subjects
UMSD: University of Michigan Slide Distribution
UMSD Set 24 - Toledo Museum of Art
Paintings (visual works)
Anthony, of Padua, Saint, 1195-1231
Miracles
Polyptychs
Monks
Franciscans
Altarpieces
Anne (Mother of the Virgin Mary), Saint
David, Gerard (Flemish painter, 1460-1523)
Butler, Richard, 1743-1791
Renaissance
Work Record ID
184927
Image Record ID
901119
Digital filename
07d119454
Classification Filing Number
374.1;D249;38AP 4;*.
HART Image Order Number
220230
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 07:04:22

Left wing: The Mule Kneeling Before the Host, central panel: The Drowned Child Restored to Life, and right wing: Saint Anthony Preaching to the Fishes (part of "The Saint Anne Altarpiece"); Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua; Mule kneeling before Host; Renaissance; Creation date: ca. 1500-1510

Work Title
Left wing: The Mule Kneeling Before the Host, central panel: The Drowned Child Restored to Life, and right wing: Saint Anthony Preaching to the Fishes (part of "The Saint Anne Altarpiece")
Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua
View Title
Mule kneeling before Host
Creator/Culture
artist: Gerard David (Flemish, 1460-1523)
Site/Repository
Repository: Toledo Museum of Art (Toledo, Ohio, USA)
Period/Date
Renaissance
Creation date: ca. 1500-1510
Media/Technique
oil on panel, panel painting
Dimensions
dimensions of left wing: 57.3 x 34 cm (22.56 x 13.39 inches), central panel: 55.1 x 32.7 cm (21.688 x 12.875 inches), right wing: 55.6 x 32.6 cm (21.875 x 12.813 inches)
Subjects
UMSD: University of Michigan Slide Distribution
UMSD Set 24 - Toledo Museum of Art
Paintings (visual works)
Anthony, of Padua, Saint, 1195-1231
Miracles
Polyptychs
Monks
Franciscans
Altarpieces
Anne (Mother of the Virgin Mary), Saint
David, Gerard (Flemish painter, 1460-1523)
Butler, Richard, 1743-1791
Renaissance
Work Record ID
184927
Image Record ID
901118
Digital filename
07d119453
Classification Filing Number
374.1;D249;38AP 2;*.
HART Image Order Number
220230
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 07:04:22

Left wing: The Mule Kneeling Before the Host, central panel: The Drowned Child Restored to Life, and right wing: Saint Anthony Preaching to the Fishes (part of "The Saint Anne Altarpiece"); Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua; Saint Anthony preaching to fish; Renaissance; Creation date: ca. 1500-1510

Work Title
Left wing: The Mule Kneeling Before the Host, central panel: The Drowned Child Restored to Life, and right wing: Saint Anthony Preaching to the Fishes (part of "The Saint Anne Altarpiece")
Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua
View Title
Saint Anthony preaching to fish
Creator/Culture
artist: Gerard David (Flemish, 1460-1523)
Site/Repository
Repository: Toledo Museum of Art (Toledo, Ohio, USA)
Period/Date
Renaissance
Creation date: ca. 1500-1510
Media/Technique
oil on panel, panel painting
Dimensions
dimensions of left wing: 57.3 x 34 cm (22.56 x 13.39 inches), central panel: 55.1 x 32.7 cm (21.688 x 12.875 inches), right wing: 55.6 x 32.6 cm (21.875 x 12.813 inches)
Subjects
UMSD: University of Michigan Slide Distribution
UMSD Set 24 - Toledo Museum of Art
Paintings (visual works)
Anthony, of Padua, Saint, 1195-1231
Miracles
Polyptychs
Monks
Franciscans
Altarpieces
Anne (Mother of the Virgin Mary), Saint
David, Gerard (Flemish painter, 1460-1523)
Butler, Richard, 1743-1791
Renaissance
Work Record ID
184927
Image Record ID
901120
Digital filename
07d119455
Classification Filing Number
374.1;D249;38AP 6;*.
HART Image Order Number
220230
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 07:04:22

Saint Nicholas Calms the Storm at Sea from the Quaratesi Altarpiece; Predella; Renaissance; Creation date: 1425

Work Title
Saint Nicholas Calms the Storm at Sea from the Quaratesi Altarpiece
Predella
Creator/Culture
painter: Gentile da Fabriano (Italian, 1370-1427)
Site/Repository
Intended location: San Niccolò sopr’Arno (Florence, Firenze, Tuscany, Italy); Repository: Pinacoteca, Musei Vaticani (Rome, Italy)
Period/Date
Renaissance
Creation date: 1425
Media/Technique
tempera, panel; painting (image-making)
Subjects
Predellas
Altarpieces
Nicholas, Saint, of Bari
Miracles
Work Record ID
541649
Image Record ID
901083
Classification Filing Number
372;G337;34Q 13;cop.2

The Crippled and Sick Cured at the Tomb of Saint Nicholas from the Quaratesi Altarpiece; Predella; Renaissance; Creation date: 1425

Work Title
The Crippled and Sick Cured at the Tomb of Saint Nicholas from the Quaratesi Altarpiece
Predella
Creator/Culture
painter: Gentile da Fabriano (Italian, 1370-1427)
Site/Repository
Intended location: San Niccolò sopr’Arno (Florence, Firenze, Tuscany, Italy); Repository: Pinacoteca, Musei Vaticani (Rome, Italy)
Period/Date
Renaissance
Creation date: 1425
Media/Technique
tempera, panel; painting (image-making)
Dimensions
36.4x35.9 cm (14.33x14.13 inches)
Subjects
Predellas
Altarpieces
Nicholas, Saint, of Bari
Miracles
Work Record ID
541646
Image Record ID
901082
Digital filename
06d113780
Classification Filing Number
372;G337;34Q 11;cop.2
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 07:13:31

Saint Nicholas Revives Three Youths from the Quaratesi Altarpiece; Predella; Renaissance; Creation date: 1425

Work Title
Saint Nicholas Revives Three Youths from the Quaratesi Altarpiece
Predella
Creator/Culture
painter: Gentile da Fabriano (Italian, 1370-1427)
Site/Repository
Intended location: San Niccolò sopr’Arno (Florence, Firenze, Tuscany, Italy); Repository: Pinacoteca, Musei Vaticani (Rome, Italy)
Period/Date
Renaissance
Creation date: 1425
Media/Technique
tempera, panel; painting (image-making)
Subjects
Predellas
Altarpieces
Nicholas, Saint, of Bari
Miracles
Work Record ID
541648
Image Record ID
901081
Classification Filing Number
372;G337;34Q 12;cop.2

Saint Fracis and Four Miracles; Gothic; Creation date: 1266-1275

Work Title
Saint Fracis and Four Miracles
Creator/Culture
painter: Follower of Cimabue (Italian, c. 1240-before 1302)
Site/Repository
Repository: Tesoro del Museo della Basilica di San Francesco (Assisi, Perugia, Umbria, Italy)
Period/Date
Gothic
Creation date: 1266-1275
Media/Technique
painting (image-making)
Subjects
Francis, of Assisi, Saint, 1182-1226
Miracles
Work Record ID
171590
Image Record ID
900851
Digital filename
07d122071
Classification Filing Number
372;C573-f;38F;*.
HART Image Order Number
220385
Date Added/Updated
2012-11-25 07:17:11

Left wing: The Mule Kneeling Before the Host, central panel: The Drowned Child Restored to Life, and right wing: Saint Anthony Preaching to the Fishes (part of "The Saint Anne Altarpiece"); Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua; Saint Anne Altarpiece, Related Materials, IRR view. Detail: Predella, Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua, The Drowned Child Restored to Life, detail of 3 figures to right; Renaissance; Creation date: ca. 1500-1510

Work Title
Left wing: The Mule Kneeling Before the Host, central panel: The Drowned Child Restored to Life, and right wing: Saint Anthony Preaching to the Fishes (part of "The Saint Anne Altarpiece")
Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua
View Title
Saint Anne Altarpiece, Related Materials, IRR view. Detail: Predella, Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua, The Drowned Child Restored to Life, detail of 3 figures to right
Creator/Culture
artist: Gerard David (Flemish, 1460-1523)
Site/Repository
Repository: Toledo Museum of Art (Toledo, Ohio, USA)
Period/Date
Renaissance
Creation date: ca. 1500-1510
Media/Technique
oil on panel, panel painting
Dimensions
dimensions of left wing: 57.3 x 34 cm (22.56 x 13.39 inches), central panel: 55.1 x 32.7 cm (21.688 x 12.875 inches), right wing: 55.6 x 32.6 cm (21.875 x 12.813 inches)
Subjects
Paintings (visual works)
Anthony, of Padua, Saint, 1195-1231
Miracles
Polyptychs
Monks
Franciscans
Altarpieces
Anne (Mother of the Virgin Mary), Saint
David, Gerard (Flemish painter, 1460-1523)
Butler, Richard, 1743-1791
Renaissance
Work Record ID
184927
Image Record ID
950119
Classification Filing Number
374.1;D249;38AP 4z 2

Left wing: The Mule Kneeling Before the Host, central panel: The Drowned Child Restored to Life, and right wing: Saint Anthony Preaching to the Fishes (part of "The Saint Anne Altarpiece"); Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua; Saint Anne Altarpiece, Related Materials, IRR view. Detail: Predella, Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua, The Mule Kneeling before the Host, detail of 3 figures to left; Renaissance; Creation date: ca. 1500-1510

Work Title
Left wing: The Mule Kneeling Before the Host, central panel: The Drowned Child Restored to Life, and right wing: Saint Anthony Preaching to the Fishes (part of "The Saint Anne Altarpiece")
Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua
View Title
Saint Anne Altarpiece, Related Materials, IRR view. Detail: Predella, Three Miracles of Saint Anthony of Padua, The Mule Kneeling before the Host, detail of 3 figures to left
Creator/Culture
artist: Gerard David (Flemish, 1460-1523)
Site/Repository
Repository: Toledo Museum of Art (Toledo, Ohio, USA)
Period/Date
Renaissance
Creation date: ca. 1500-1510
Media/Technique
oil on panel, panel painting
Dimensions
dimensions of left wing: 57.3 x 34 cm (22.56 x 13.39 inches), central panel: 55.1 x 32.7 cm (21.688 x 12.875 inches), right wing: 55.6 x 32.6 cm (21.875 x 12.813 inches)
Subjects
Paintings (visual works)
Anthony, of Padua, Saint, 1195-1231
Miracles
Polyptychs
Monks
Franciscans
Altarpieces
Anne (Mother of the Virgin Mary), Saint
David, Gerard (Flemish painter, 1460-1523)
Butler, Richard, 1743-1791
Renaissance
Work Record ID
184927
Image Record ID
950117
Classification Filing Number
374.1;D249;38AP 2z 3

Miracles of the Relic of the True Cross, Procession in Piazza San Marco; Procession in Saint Mark's Square;Procession of the True Cross in the Piazza San Marco; Miracles of the Relic of the True Cross, Procession in Piazza San Marco, Related Materials. Detail: Center left rear; architectural detail, compared to mosaic in San Marco Basilica of Recep. of the Relics of St.Mark; Renaissance; Creation date: 1496 CE

Work Title
Miracles of the Relic of the True Cross, Procession in Piazza San Marco
Procession in Saint Mark's Square;Procession of the True Cross in the Piazza San Marco
View Title
Miracles of the Relic of the True Cross, Procession in Piazza San Marco, Related Materials. Detail: Center left rear; architectural detail, compared to mosaic in San Marco Basilica of Recep. of the Relics of St.Mark
Creator/Culture
painter: Attributed to Gentile Bellini (Italian, 1429-1507)
Site/Repository
Repository: Gallerie dell' Accademia (Venice, Veneto, Italy)
Period/Date
Renaissance
Creation date: 1496 CE
Media/Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
367x745 cm (144.49x293.31 inches)
Subjects
True Cross
Miracles
Processions
Piazza San Marco (Venice, Italy)
Work Record ID
170279
Image Record ID
922977
Classification Filing Number
372;B4442;39RP 2z 2

Cathedral; Old portal of south transept, tympanum, lintel (now located at the Cathedral porch): the miracle of the loaves.; creation date: ca. 11th-12th century

Work Title
Cathedral
View Title
Old portal of south transept, tympanum, lintel (now located at the Cathedral porch): the miracle of the loaves.
Creator/Culture
French
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Valence (Auvergne, France)
Period/Date
creation date: ca. 11th-12th century
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Portals
Transepts
Tympana
Lintels
Miracles
Cathedrals
Romanesque
Religious buildings
Architecture
Work Record ID
582291
Image Record ID
1399796
Digital filename
Romanesque_R4325
HART Image Order Number
330107
Date Added/Updated
2018-04-24 00:44:35

Saint Trophîme; Church of Saint Trophime; Cloister, South gallery, capital (plan 29); miracle of St. Trophîme: Charlamagne condemns one of his knights to death, along with nine of his kinsmen, for striking archbishop Turpin; Carolingian; reconstruction date: 1100-1125, addition date: Gothic choir 1425-1450

Work Title
Saint Trophîme
Church of Saint Trophime
View Title
Cloister, South gallery, capital (plan 29); miracle of St. Trophîme: Charlamagne condemns one of his knights to death, along with nine of his kinsmen, for striking archbishop Turpin
Creator/Culture
Carolingian
French
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France)
Period/Date
Carolingian
reconstruction date: 1100-1125, addition date: Gothic choir 1425-1450
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Miracles
Charlemagne
Knights
Death
Bishops (Prelates)
Cathédrale Saint-Trophime (Arles, France)
Cathedrals
French
Romanesque
Churches
Religious buildings
Art, Carolingian
Work Record ID
136932
Image Record ID
1396805
Digital filename
Romanesque_R2100
HART Image Order Number
320370
Date Added/Updated
2017-11-10 00:14:33

Saint Trophîme; Church of Saint Trophime; Cloister, South gallery, capital (plan 29); miracle of St. Trophîme: Charlamagne condemns one of his knights to death, along with nine of his kinsmen, for striking archbishop Turpin; Carolingian; reconstruction date: 1100-1125, addition date: Gothic choir 1425-1450

Work Title
Saint Trophîme
Church of Saint Trophime
View Title
Cloister, South gallery, capital (plan 29); miracle of St. Trophîme: Charlamagne condemns one of his knights to death, along with nine of his kinsmen, for striking archbishop Turpin
Creator/Culture
Carolingian
French
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France)
Period/Date
Carolingian
reconstruction date: 1100-1125, addition date: Gothic choir 1425-1450
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Miracles
Charlemagne
Knights
Death
Bishops (Prelates)
Cathédrale Saint-Trophime (Arles, France)
Cathedrals
French
Romanesque
Churches
Religious buildings
Art, Carolingian
Work Record ID
136932
Image Record ID
1396804
Digital filename
Romanesque_R2099
HART Image Order Number
320370
Date Added/Updated
2017-11-10 00:20:56

Saint Trophîme; Church of Saint Trophime; Cloister, South gallery, capital (plan 27); miracle of St. Trophîme: baron hanging from the gibbet, kept alive by the hand of God; Carolingian; reconstruction date: 1100-1125, addition date: Gothic choir 1425-1450

Work Title
Saint Trophîme
Church of Saint Trophime
View Title
Cloister, South gallery, capital (plan 27); miracle of St. Trophîme: baron hanging from the gibbet, kept alive by the hand of God
Creator/Culture
Carolingian
French
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France)
Period/Date
Carolingian
reconstruction date: 1100-1125, addition date: Gothic choir 1425-1450
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Hand of God
Miracles
Cathédrale Saint-Trophime (Arles, France)
Cathedrals
French
Romanesque
Churches
Religious buildings
Art, Carolingian
Work Record ID
136932
Image Record ID
1396801
Digital filename
Romanesque_R2096
HART Image Order Number
320370
Date Added/Updated
2017-11-10 00:12:38

Saint Trophîme; Church of Saint Trophime; Cloister, South gallery, capital (plan 27); miracle of St. Trophîme: baron hanging from the gibbet, kept alive by the hand of God; Carolingian; reconstruction date: 1100-1125, addition date: Gothic choir 1425-1450

Work Title
Saint Trophîme
Church of Saint Trophime
View Title
Cloister, South gallery, capital (plan 27); miracle of St. Trophîme: baron hanging from the gibbet, kept alive by the hand of God
Creator/Culture
Carolingian
French
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France)
Period/Date
Carolingian
reconstruction date: 1100-1125, addition date: Gothic choir 1425-1450
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Hand of God
Miracles
Cathédrale Saint-Trophime (Arles, France)
Cathedrals
French
Romanesque
Churches
Religious buildings
Art, Carolingian
Work Record ID
136932
Image Record ID
1396800
Digital filename
Romanesque_R2095
HART Image Order Number
320370
Date Added/Updated
2017-11-10 00:17:29

Saint Trophîme; Church of Saint Trophime; Cloister, South gallery, capital (plan 26); miracle of St. Trophîme: rescued barons at the foot of St. Trophime, dedicating themselves to the monastic life; Carolingian; reconstruction date: 1100-1125, addition date: Gothic choir 1425-1450

Work Title
Saint Trophîme
Church of Saint Trophime
View Title
Cloister, South gallery, capital (plan 26); miracle of St. Trophîme: rescued barons at the foot of St. Trophime, dedicating themselves to the monastic life
Creator/Culture
Carolingian
French
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France)
Period/Date
Carolingian
reconstruction date: 1100-1125, addition date: Gothic choir 1425-1450
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Miracles
Cathédrale Saint-Trophime (Arles, France)
Cathedrals
French
Romanesque
Churches
Religious buildings
Art, Carolingian
Work Record ID
136932
Image Record ID
1396799
Digital filename
Romanesque_R2094
HART Image Order Number
320370
Date Added/Updated
2017-11-10 00:16:26

Saint Trophîme; Church of Saint Trophime; Cloister, South gallery, capital (plan 26); miracle of St. Trophîme: rescued barons at the foot of St. Trophime, dedicating themselves to the monastic life; Carolingian; reconstruction date: 1100-1125, addition date: Gothic choir 1425-1450

Work Title
Saint Trophîme
Church of Saint Trophime
View Title
Cloister, South gallery, capital (plan 26); miracle of St. Trophîme: rescued barons at the foot of St. Trophime, dedicating themselves to the monastic life
Creator/Culture
Carolingian
French
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France)
Period/Date
Carolingian
reconstruction date: 1100-1125, addition date: Gothic choir 1425-1450
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Miracles
Cathédrale Saint-Trophime (Arles, France)
Cathedrals
French
Romanesque
Churches
Religious buildings
Art, Carolingian
Work Record ID
136932
Image Record ID
1396798
Digital filename
Romanesque_R2093
HART Image Order Number
320370
Date Added/Updated
2017-11-10 00:14:55

Notre-Dame; Notre Dame Cathedral;Notre Dame de Paris;Our Lady of Paris; Choir, north side, relief: miracle of Theophilus; Gothic; creation date: choir 1163-1267, consecration date: 1182, restoration date: 1843-1864

Work Title
Notre-Dame
Notre Dame Cathedral;Notre Dame de Paris;Our Lady of Paris
View Title
Choir, north side, relief: miracle of Theophilus
Creator/Culture
architect: north transept by Jean de Chelles (French, -1270)
architect: flying buttresses by Jean Ravy (French, -1345)
architect: restoration by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc (French, 1814-1879)
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Paris (France)
Period/Date
Gothic
creation date: choir 1163-1267, consecration date: 1182, restoration date: 1843-1864
Dimensions
width of facade: 36 m
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Reliefs
Miracles
Cathedrals
Architecture
Churches
Work Record ID
137673
Image Record ID
1398606
Digital filename
Romanesque_G244
HART Image Order Number
330040
Date Added/Updated
2018-01-31 02:09:05

Saint-Loup-de-Naud Church; West portal, trumeau: Saint Loup, capital: miracle, scene from the life of Saint Loup; Creation date: 1165-1170

Work Title
Saint-Loup-de-Naud Church
View Title
West portal, trumeau: Saint Loup, capital: miracle, scene from the life of Saint Loup
Creator/Culture
French
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Saint-Loup-de-Naud, France
Period/Date
Creation date: 1165-1170
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Trumeaux
Saints
Miracles
Parish churches
Roman Catholic Church
Churches
Architecture
Monuments
Work Record ID
138203
Image Record ID
1399128
Digital filename
Romanesque_G556
HART Image Order Number
330071
Date Added/Updated
2018-03-21 00:42:42

Saint-Loup-de-Naud Church; West portal, trumeau: Saint Loup, capital: miracle, scene from the life of Saint Loup; Creation date: 1165-1170

Work Title
Saint-Loup-de-Naud Church
View Title
West portal, trumeau: Saint Loup, capital: miracle, scene from the life of Saint Loup
Creator/Culture
French
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Saint-Loup-de-Naud, France
Period/Date
Creation date: 1165-1170
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Trumeaux
Saints
Capitals
Miracles
Parish churches
Roman Catholic Church
Churches
Architecture
Monuments
Work Record ID
138203
Image Record ID
1399156
Digital filename
Romanesque_R4318
HART Image Order Number
330071
Date Added/Updated
2018-03-21 00:41:47

Saint-Loup-de-Naud Church; West portal, capital: miracle, scene from the life of Saint Loup; Creation date: 1165-1170

Work Title
Saint-Loup-de-Naud Church
View Title
West portal, capital: miracle, scene from the life of Saint Loup
Creator/Culture
French
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Saint-Loup-de-Naud, France
Period/Date
Creation date: 1165-1170
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Capitals
Miracles
Saints
Parish churches
Roman Catholic Church
Churches
Architecture
Monuments
Work Record ID
138203
Image Record ID
1399141
Digital filename
Romanesque_G569
HART Image Order Number
330071
Date Added/Updated
2018-03-21 00:38:32

Saint-Loup-de-Naud Church; West portal, capital: miracle during mass, scene from the life of Saint Loup; Creation date: 1165-1170

Work Title
Saint-Loup-de-Naud Church
View Title
West portal, capital: miracle during mass, scene from the life of Saint Loup
Creator/Culture
French
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Saint-Loup-de-Naud, France
Period/Date
Creation date: 1165-1170
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Capitals
Miracles
Saints
Parish churches
Roman Catholic Church
Churches
Architecture
Monuments
Work Record ID
138203
Image Record ID
1399140
Digital filename
Romanesque_G568
HART Image Order Number
330071
Date Added/Updated
2018-03-21 00:42:14

Saint Pierre; Cloister, south gallery, capital; miracles of Christ; Romanesque; consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501

Work Title
Saint Pierre
View Title
Cloister, south gallery, capital; miracles of Christ
Creator/Culture
patron: domes by Abbot Bertrand de Montaigu (Benedictine, 1260-1295)
patron: choir by Peter and Anthony de Caraman (French, 1449-1501)
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Moissac (Tarn-et-Garonne, Midi-Pyrénées, France)
Period/Date
Romanesque
consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501
Media/Technique
masonry
Dimensions
width of tympanum: over 6 meters
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Capitals
Jesus Christ
Miracles
Jesus Christ Miracles
Abbey churches
Saint-Pierre (Abbey : Moissac, Tarn-et-Garonne, France)
Transepts
Porches
Romanesque
Architecture
Religious buildings
Work Record ID
137454
Image Record ID
1398220
Digital filename
Romanesque_R840
HART Image Order Number
330011
Date Added/Updated
2018-01-10 00:26:44

Saint Pierre; Cloister, south gallery, capital; miracles of Christ; Romanesque; consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501

Work Title
Saint Pierre
View Title
Cloister, south gallery, capital; miracles of Christ
Creator/Culture
patron: domes by Abbot Bertrand de Montaigu (Benedictine, 1260-1295)
patron: choir by Peter and Anthony de Caraman (French, 1449-1501)
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Moissac (Tarn-et-Garonne, Midi-Pyrénées, France)
Period/Date
Romanesque
consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501
Media/Technique
masonry
Dimensions
width of tympanum: over 6 meters
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Capitals
Jesus Christ
Miracles
Jesus Christ Miracles
Abbey churches
Saint-Pierre (Abbey : Moissac, Tarn-et-Garonne, France)
Transepts
Porches
Romanesque
Architecture
Religious buildings
Work Record ID
137454
Image Record ID
1398219
Digital filename
Romanesque_R839
HART Image Order Number
330011
Date Added/Updated
2018-01-10 00:26:34

Saint Pierre; Cloister, north gallery, capital; Miracle of Saint Benedict; Romanesque; consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501

Work Title
Saint Pierre
View Title
Cloister, north gallery, capital; Miracle of Saint Benedict
Creator/Culture
patron: domes by Abbot Bertrand de Montaigu (Benedictine, 1260-1295)
patron: choir by Peter and Anthony de Caraman (French, 1449-1501)
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Moissac (Tarn-et-Garonne, Midi-Pyrénées, France)
Period/Date
Romanesque
consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501
Media/Technique
masonry
Dimensions
width of tympanum: over 6 meters
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Capitals
Miracles
Benedict, Saint, Abbot of Monte Cassino
Abbey churches
Saint-Pierre (Abbey : Moissac, Tarn-et-Garonne, France)
Transepts
Porches
Romanesque
Architecture
Religious buildings
Work Record ID
137454
Image Record ID
1398295
Digital filename
Romanesque_R916
HART Image Order Number
330013
Date Added/Updated
2018-01-17 00:14:51

Saint Pierre; Cloister, north gallery, capital; Miracle of Saint Peter; Romanesque; consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501

Work Title
Saint Pierre
View Title
Cloister, north gallery, capital; Miracle of Saint Peter
Creator/Culture
patron: domes by Abbot Bertrand de Montaigu (Benedictine, 1260-1295)
patron: choir by Peter and Anthony de Caraman (French, 1449-1501)
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Moissac (Tarn-et-Garonne, Midi-Pyrénées, France)
Period/Date
Romanesque
consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501
Media/Technique
masonry
Dimensions
width of tympanum: over 6 meters
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Capitals
Miracles
Peter, the Apostle, Saint
Abbey churches
Saint-Pierre (Abbey : Moissac, Tarn-et-Garonne, France)
Transepts
Porches
Romanesque
Architecture
Religious buildings
Work Record ID
137454
Image Record ID
1398301
Digital filename
Romanesque_R922
HART Image Order Number
330013
Date Added/Updated
2018-01-17 00:07:12

Saint Pierre; Cloister, north gallery, capital; Miracle of Saint Peter; Romanesque; consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501

Work Title
Saint Pierre
View Title
Cloister, north gallery, capital; Miracle of Saint Peter
Creator/Culture
patron: domes by Abbot Bertrand de Montaigu (Benedictine, 1260-1295)
patron: choir by Peter and Anthony de Caraman (French, 1449-1501)
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Moissac (Tarn-et-Garonne, Midi-Pyrénées, France)
Period/Date
Romanesque
consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501
Media/Technique
masonry
Dimensions
width of tympanum: over 6 meters
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Capitals
Miracles
Peter, the Apostle, Saint
Abbey churches
Saint-Pierre (Abbey : Moissac, Tarn-et-Garonne, France)
Transepts
Porches
Romanesque
Architecture
Religious buildings
Work Record ID
137454
Image Record ID
1398300
Digital filename
Romanesque_R921
HART Image Order Number
330013
Date Added/Updated
2018-01-17 00:13:24

Saint Pierre; Cloister, north gallery, capital; Miracle of Saint Peter; Romanesque; consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501

Work Title
Saint Pierre
View Title
Cloister, north gallery, capital; Miracle of Saint Peter
Creator/Culture
patron: domes by Abbot Bertrand de Montaigu (Benedictine, 1260-1295)
patron: choir by Peter and Anthony de Caraman (French, 1449-1501)
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Moissac (Tarn-et-Garonne, Midi-Pyrénées, France)
Period/Date
Romanesque
consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501
Media/Technique
masonry
Dimensions
width of tympanum: over 6 meters
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Capitals
Miracles
Peter, the Apostle, Saint
Abbey churches
Saint-Pierre (Abbey : Moissac, Tarn-et-Garonne, France)
Transepts
Porches
Romanesque
Architecture
Religious buildings
Work Record ID
137454
Image Record ID
1398299
Digital filename
Romanesque_R920
HART Image Order Number
330013
Date Added/Updated
2018-01-17 00:04:57

Saint Pierre; Cloister, north gallery, capital; Miracle of Saint Benedict; Romanesque; consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501

Work Title
Saint Pierre
View Title
Cloister, north gallery, capital; Miracle of Saint Benedict
Creator/Culture
patron: domes by Abbot Bertrand de Montaigu (Benedictine, 1260-1295)
patron: choir by Peter and Anthony de Caraman (French, 1449-1501)
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Moissac (Tarn-et-Garonne, Midi-Pyrénées, France)
Period/Date
Romanesque
consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501
Media/Technique
masonry
Dimensions
width of tympanum: over 6 meters
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Capitals
Miracles
Benedict, Saint, Abbot of Monte Cassino
Abbey churches
Saint-Pierre (Abbey : Moissac, Tarn-et-Garonne, France)
Transepts
Porches
Romanesque
Architecture
Religious buildings
Work Record ID
137454
Image Record ID
1398294
Digital filename
Romanesque_R915
HART Image Order Number
330013
Date Added/Updated
2018-01-17 00:12:08

Saint Pierre; Cloister, north gallery, capital; Miracle of Saint Benedict; Romanesque; consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501

Work Title
Saint Pierre
View Title
Cloister, north gallery, capital; Miracle of Saint Benedict
Creator/Culture
patron: domes by Abbot Bertrand de Montaigu (Benedictine, 1260-1295)
patron: choir by Peter and Anthony de Caraman (French, 1449-1501)
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: James Austin (Australian, 1940-)
Site/Repository
Site: Moissac (Tarn-et-Garonne, Midi-Pyrénées, France)
Period/Date
Romanesque
consecration date: 1063, Creation date: first half of 12th century, Creation date: tympanum 1115-1130, Creation date: domes 1260-1295, Creation date: choir 1449-1501
Media/Technique
masonry
Dimensions
width of tympanum: over 6 meters
Subjects
Romanesque Collection
Capitals
Miracles
Benedict, Saint, Abbot of Monte Cassino
Abbey churches
Saint-Pierre (Abbey : Moissac, Tarn-et-Garonne, France)
Transepts
Porches
Romanesque
Architecture
Religious buildings
Work Record ID
137454
Image Record ID
1398293
Digital filename
Romanesque_R914
HART Image Order Number
330013
Date Added/Updated
2018-01-17 00:14:35

fol. 73v: Miracle of manna, miniature

View Title
fol. 73v: Miracle of manna, miniature
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: Fred Anderegg (American, 1908-2001); Manuscript photographed: 1958
Subjects
The Michigan-Princeton-Alexandria Expeditions to Mount Sinai
Forsyth, George H., Jr. (1902-1991)
Weitzmann, Kurt (1904-1993)
Miracles
Manna
Image Record ID
1383190
Digital filename
15asinai05917
HART Image Order Number
300304
Date Added/Updated
2018-01-31 00:53:02

fol. 73r: Miracle of cloud by day and pillar of fire by night, miniature

View Title
fol. 73r: Miracle of cloud by day and pillar of fire by night, miniature
Image Creator/Culture
photographer: Fred Anderegg (American, 1908-2001); Manuscript photographed: 1958
Subjects
The Michigan-Princeton-Alexandria Expeditions to Mount Sinai
Forsyth, George H., Jr. (1902-1991)
Weitzmann, Kurt (1904-1993)
Miracles
Image Record ID
1383189
Digital filename
15asinai05916
HART Image Order Number
300304
Date Added/Updated
2018-01-31 01:13:24