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Query: 'Old Testament and Apocrypha'

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Archangel Raphael Guiding Tobias. - Frick Library Photoarchive
1400-1499Frick
Tobias and the Angel, with a Donor Family. - Frick Library Photoarchive
1400-1499Frick
Cassone Front with Scenes from the Story of Tobias. - Frick Library Photoarchive
1400-1499Frick
Tobias and the Angel. - Frick Library Photoarchive
ca. 1400-1499Frick
Tobias and the Angel with Archangels Michael and Gabriel. - Frick Library Photoarchive
1400-1499Frick
Tobias and the Archangel with SS. Catherine of Siena and Vincent Ferrer. - Frick Library Photoarchive
1400-1499Frick
Judith and Holofernes - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1400-1499RKD
Adam and Eve with the apple - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1425-1428RKD
King David before the Ark of the Covenant - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1440-1459RKD
Judith with the head of Holofernes (Judith 8-16) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1443-1495RKD
God orders an angel to chases Adam and Eve out of paradise with a sword  (Genesis 3:23-24) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1450-1474RKD
David with Goliath's head  (1 Samuel 17:48-55) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1458-1498RKD
The Queen of Sheba comes before Solomon with a large following bringing numerous gifts (1 Kings 10:1-2 ; 2 Kronieken 9:1-2) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1470-1473RKD
The prophet Isaiah - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1472-1482RKD
Eve tempted by the snake (Genesis 3:1-6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1495-1540RKD
Solomon’s Judgement: the two mothers come before Solomon and quarrel with  each other (1 Kings 3:16-22) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1500-1547RKD
Rebekah and Eliezer at the well (Genesis 24) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1500-1599RKD
Tobias and the Angel. - Frick Library Photoarchive
ca. 1500-1599Frick
Tobit and His Son Burying the Dead. - Frick Library Photoarchive
1500-1599Frick
Eve tempted to take the fruit from the serpent in the presence of Adam (Genesis 3:6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1508RKD
The prophet Isaiah - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1511-1512RKD
Heliodorus in the temple, attacked by a man (or angel) on horseback and two other men (or angels) (2 Maccabees 3:7-35) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1513-1574RKD
Self portrait as musician - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1515-1525RKD
Isaac sitting in bed blesses Jacob who, disguised in Esau's clothes, brings food to his father (Genesis 27:27-29) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1518RKD
The Creation: God divides light from darkness (Genesis 1:4) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
The Creation of the sun, the moon and the stars (Genesis 1:14-18) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
 Abraham entertaining the angels; the promise of a son is renewed; Sarah, overhearing it, laughs incredulously (Genesis 18:8-13) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Moses receives the Tables of the Law from God (Exodus 31:18) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Joshua orders the sun and the moon to stand still (Joshua 10:12-15) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
God brings Eve to Adam (Genesis 2:22) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Noah builds the ark (Genesis 6:14, 22) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
The meeting of Abram [Abraham] and Melchizedek (Genesis 14:18-20) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Esau returns from the hunt and discovers Jacob's deceit (Genesis 27:30-36) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
The dream of Jacob: while sleeping on the ground with a stone for pillow Jacob sees a ladder reaching from earth to heaven with angels going up and down; usually with God at the top of the ladder (Genesis 28:12) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Joseph is being sold as a slave by his brothers to the Midianites (Genesis 37:12-28) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Moses strikes water from the rock, so the people can drink  (Exodus 17:5-6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
The pillar of cloud comes down before Moses (Exodus 33:9-11) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
The building of the temple of Jerusalem (1 Kings 5-9; 2 Chronicles 2-7) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
David abeheads Goliath with his own sword (1 Samuel 17:51) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Noah's sacrifice of gratitude  (Genesis 8:20) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Jacob moves the stone which covers the opening of the well and waters Rachel's sheep(Genesis 29:9-10) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Joseph tells his brothers about his dreams (Genesis 37:5-9) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Potiphar's wife catches Joseph by his robe (Genesis 39:11-13) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Pharaoh's daughter comes to bathe with her maidens in the river and discovers the child floating on the water (Exodus 2:5-6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
The fall of Jericho: the army and the priests of the Israelites march around the city of Jericho with the Ark of the Covenant  (Joshua 6:20-27) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Laban comes to meet Jacob at the well and brings him to his house (Genesis 29:13) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Jacob flees from Laban to Canaan (Genesis 31:17-18) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Joseph interpreting Pharao's dreams  (Genesis 41:15-36) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
With his people safe on the shore, Moses raises his hands and causes the water to return; Pharaoh's army perishes in the water of the Red Sea (Exodus14:21-29) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
The crossing of the Jordan (Joshua 3:1 - 4:24) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
An angel chases Adam and Eve out of paradise with a sword (Genesis 3:23-24) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
The Labours of Adam and Eve (Genesis 4:1-2) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Noah and his family leave the ark (Genesis 8:18 - 9:17) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Isaac and Rebekah spied upon by Abimelech while making love (Genesis 26:8) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
David and Bathsheba (2 Samuel 11-12) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
The Creation: God Dividing land from water (Genesis 1:9) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
The Creation of the animals (Genesis 1:24-25) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Eve offers the forbidden fruit to Adam (Genesis 3:6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
The Flood destroys all life on earth (Genesis 7:17-24) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
God's promise of a son to Abram [Abraham] (Genesis 15) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Lot and his family flee from Sodom and Gomorrah; his wife looks back to the city and changes in a pillar of salt  (Genesis 19:24-29) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
God appears to Isaac and renews his Covenant (Genesis 26:2-6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Moses, kneeling before the bush and hiding his face, listens to God  (Exodus 3:4-6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Moses and Josuah come down with the stone tablets and see the adoration of the Golden Calf (Exodus 32:15-19) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
Moses descends Mount Sinaï with the new tablets (Exodus 34:29-35) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
The division of Canaan: in front of the priest Eleazar and Joshua lots are drawn to divide the cities under the Levites (Joshua 21:1-45) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1516-1519RKD
David, from the roof of his palace, sees Bathsheba bathing (2 Samuel 11: 1-2) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1520-1540RKD
David, from the balcony of his palace, sees Bathsheba bathing (2 Samuël 11:2) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1525-1674RKD
Moses strikes the rock twice in front of the assembled people and water gushes out; the people quench their thirst  (Exodus 17:1-7) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1531-1570RKD
The prophet Gad - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1538-1605RKD
Moses receives the tables of the law - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1542-1547RKD
While sleeping on the ground with a stone for pillow Jacob sees a ladder reaching from earth to heaven with angels going up and down; usually with God at the top of the ladder (Genesis 28:10-22) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1550-1599RKD
 Anyone who is bitten by a snake is cured by looking at the brazen serpent, raised by Moses (Numbers 21:6-9) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1554RKD
Bathsheba leads Abishag before David to take care of him in his last days - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1560-1570RKD
Samuel anointing David - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1561-1562RKD
Jacob moves the stone which covers the opening of the well and waters Rachel's sheep (Genesis 29:9-10) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1561-1596RKD
Elijah fed by the ravens in the wilderness (1 Kings 17:1-6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1562-1614RKD
The wealth of King Solomon - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1564RKD
Jacob on the way to Canaan with his family, his flocks, camels and all his possessions - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1564-1592RKD
Landscape with Tamar who changes from her widow's clothes and covers her face with a veil after the manner of the prostitutes; sitting at the entrance of a city on the road to Timnath she awaits Judah  (Genesis 38:1-11) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1565-1605RKD
The massacre of the innocents with in the background the flight into Egypt - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1571-1573RKD
Hilly landscape with Tobias and the angel - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1571-1644RKD
The Hebrews collecting the water that Moses had struck from the rock - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1575-1649RKD
The defeat of Saul against the Philistines; left in the background: Saul throws himself into his sword (1 Samuel 31:4) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1579RKD
Job tormented by demons and abused by his wife - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1580-1620RKD
Joseph and Potifar's Wife (Genesis 39:7) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1581-1644RKD
Epitaph with the baptism of Christ and portrait of Georg Hojer - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585RKD
God warns Adam and Eve not to eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1588RKD
The prophet Jesaia - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1588RKD
 An angel chases Adam and Eve out of paradise with a sword (Genesis 3:23-24) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1588RKD
The Fall of Man: Eve takes the fruit from the serpent (or the tree) in the presence of Adam (Genesis 3:6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1588RKD
The history of Adam and Eve in Paradise - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1588RKD
 The Fall of Man: Eve takes the fruit from the serpent in the presence of Adam (Genesis 3:6) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1588RKD
God warns Adam and Eve not to eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1588RKD
The meeting of Abram [Abraham] and Melchizedek, the high-priest and king of Salem  (Genesis 14:18-24) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1634RKD
The angels urge Lot and his family  to hurry in leaving Sodom (Genesis 19:21) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1634RKD
Abram [Abraham] and Lot deviding the land between them Abraham (Genesis 13:6-12) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1634RKD
Sarai [Sarah] brings Hagar to Abram [Abraham] as a concubine (Genesis 16:1-3) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1634RKD
Abraham liberates Lot after his triumph over the four Kings of the East and recovers his stolen possessions  (Genesis 14:15-17) - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1585-1634RKD
Judith and her maidservant put Holofernes' head in a sack - RKD: Netherlands Institute for Art History
1587RKD