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OLD TESTAMENT AND NEW TESTAMENT


Old Testament and New Testament cycles
Old Testament and New Testament worthies
Old Testament and New Testament allegorised
Old Testament: patriarchs
Old Testament: women worthies
Old Testament: cycles
Old Testament
  Genesis
    Cycles
    Creation
      Cycles
      The seven days
        Day 1: creation of day and night
        Day 2: division of the firmament
        Day 3: creation of earth and seas
        Day 3: creation of plants
        Day 4: creation of sun, moons and stars
        Days 5 & 6: creation of fish, fowl and animals
        Day 7: day of rest
      Miscellaneous
        'And the spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters'
        Creation of matter, heaven, angels, time
        Fall of the rebel angels (see also Apocalypse)
        God as Creator
        Miscellaneous
    Adam and Eve
      Cycles
      Adam-single figure
      Eve-single figure
      Adam and Eve together
      Creation of Adam
      Creation of Eve
      Before the fall
        Marriage of Adam and Eve
        Adam naming the beasts
        Eve naming the birds
        God's warning
        Adam and Eve in paradise: adaptations
        Adam and Eve in paradise: miscellaneous
      The fall
        Without animals
          Serpentine snake
          Anthropoid snake
        With animals
          Serpentine snake
          Anthropoid snake
        Miscellaneous
          Without serpent
          With other scenes
          Allegory
          With memento mori
          Adaptations and miscellaneous
      After the fall, before the expulsion
        Adam and Eve hiding
        God admonishes them
        God gives them garments
      The expulsion from paradise
        Miscellaneous
        With memento mori
      After the expulsion
        Adam and Eve at work
        Adam and Eve lamenting sin
        Adam and Eve doing penance
        Miscellaneous
    Seth
      Adam and Seth: the two columns (Josephus, Antiquities)
    Cain and Abel
      Cycles
      Sacrifice of Cain and Abel
      Death of Abel
      Cain cursed by the Lord
      Adam and Eve mourning the death of Abel
      Cain and his family
    The death of Adam (see also Legend of the True Cross)
    Enoch
    Lamech and his children
      Lamech and Cain
      Lamech beaten by his wives
      Lamech's children: Jabal, Jubal, Tubalcain and Naamah
    Noah
      Cycles
      God and Noah
      Before the deluge
      Construction of the ark
      Noah's ark
      The animals entering the ark
      The deluge
      Sacrifice of Noah
      End of deluge: disembarkation
      The rainbow
      Noah's family
      Noah planting the vine
      Drunkenness of Noah
      Cursing of Ham
      Adaptations
    Nimrod and the giants
    Gomer
    Descendants of Shem
    The tower of Babel
    Abraham
      Cycles
      Single figure
      Sarah: single figure
      Abraham's bosom
      Departure from Haran
      Abraham at Sichem
      Abraham and Lot
      Fighting the king of Sodom
      Abraham and Melchizedek
      God encourages Abraham
      The vision of the smoking furnace
      Abraham and the three angels
      Lot
        Cycle
        Single figure
        Lot and the angels
        Lot led from the city by the angels
        Lot and his daughters
      Abimelech restores Sarah to Abraham
      Hagar
        Sarah introduces Hagar to Abraham
        The first expulsion of Hagar (when pregnant)
        The return of Hagar
        The second expulsion of Hagar (with Ishmael)
        Hagar and Ishmael in the desert (without angel)
        The angel comforting Hagar
        Hagar and Ishmael summoned home by Abraham
        Ishmael, miscellaneous
      The sacrifice of Isaac
        Cycles
        Fritz Saxl's notes
        Birth and circumcision of Isaac
        Isaac bearing the logs for his sacrifice
        Abraham blessing Isaac/before the sacrifice
        Sacrifice of Isaac: before the appearance of the angel
        Sacrifice of Isaac: with angel, without servants
        Sacrifice of Isaac, with servants
        Sacrifice of Isaac, with God the Father
        Sacrifice of Isaac: Isaac naked
        Sacrifice of Isaac: variants (typological, allegorical, etc.)
        Abraham offering the ram
    Isaac and Rebecca
      Cycles
      Eliezer and Rebecca: cycles
      Eliezer's oath
      Rebecca at the well
      Eliezer and Rebecca's parents
      Rebecca leaving her father
      The meeting of Isaac and Rebecca
      The marriage of Isaac and Rebecca
    Jacob, cycles and miscellaneous
    Birth of Esau and Jacob
    Esau selling his birthright
    God appearing to Isaac
    Isaac and Rebecca surprised by Abimelech
    Isaac blessing Jacob
    Esau before Isaac
    Jacob and Esau, miscellaneous
    Jacob's dream
    Jacob meeting Laban
    Jacob, Laban and the division of the flocks
    Jacob's migration into Canaan
    Laban seeking his idols
    Jacob wrestling with the angel
    Reconciliation of Jacob and Esau
    Dinah
    Jacob putting away strange gods
    Jacob and Rachel (and Leah)
    The death of Rachel
    Judah and Tamar
    Joseph
      Cycles
      Joseph bringing his brothers' evil report to their father
      Joseph's dreams
      Joseph on his way from Sichem to Dothan
      Joseph cast into the well by his brothers
      Joseph sold to the Ishmaelites
      Joseph's coat shown to Jacob
      Joseph sold to Potiphar
      Joseph and Potiphar's wife
      Joseph led to prison
      Joseph interprets dreams in prison
      The baker led out to execution
      Asseneth/Asenath (daughter of Potiphar, wife of Joseph)
      Pharaoh's dream
      Joseph interpreting Pharaoh's dream
      Joseph as ruler over the land of Egypt
      Triumph of Joseph
      Joseph sells corn to his brothers
      Benjamin leaves Jacob
      The finding of Joseph's cup
      Joseph reveals his identity to his brothers
      Jacob's journey to Egypt, and his vision
      Joseph meeting Jacob
      Joseph presenting Jacob before Pharaoh
    Jacob on his deathbed
      Blessing Manasseh and Ephraim
      Blessing his sons
      Dying
    The twelve sons of Jacob/the twelve tribes of Israel
    The burial of Jacob
    Joseph's death and corpse
  Exodus
    Cycles
    Initial H
    Moses
      Cycles
      Single figure
      Single figure, horned
      Moses and Aaron
      Moses as bishop
      Moses as lawgiver
      Adaptations and miscellaneous
    The Israelites in Egypt
    Pharaoh ordering the destruction of the Hebrew children
    The birth and exposure of Moses
    The childhood of Moses
      Nursed by his mother
      Tested by fire
      Trampling the crown of Pharaoh
    The finding of Moses
    Moses slays the Egyptian taskmaster
    Moses and the daughters of Jethro
    Moses and the burning bush
    Moses' journey to Egypt
      Travelling
      Zipporah circumcising her son
      Meeting Aaron
    The Israelites and their Egyptian taskmasters
    Moses and Aaron before Pharaoh
    The plagues of Egypt
    The Passover
    The mark of the Tau
    The departure from Egypt
    The crossing of the Red Sea
    The crossing of the Red Sea with Joseph's bones
    Miriam
    Moses sweetening the bitter waters of Marah
    The oasis of Elim
    Israelites gathering manna
    The gathering of quails (cf. Numbers)
    Moses striking the rock
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Victory of Joshua over the Amalekites
    Jethro visits Moses in the wilderness
    Moses appointing judges
    The Israelites washing their clothes
    The Israelites on Mount Sinai
    Moses on Mount Sinai (Moses as intermediary)
    The Lord’s instructions to Moses on Mount Sinai
    The Ark of the Covenant and the Tabernacle
      Tabernacle and utensils
      Human bones as prototype for tabernacle construction
      The ephod/high priest of the tabernacle
      Consecration of the priests/sanctification of the tabernacle
      The Israelites bringing materials for the tabernacle
      Offerings at the tabernacle
      Ark of the Covenant, miscellaneous
    Moses receiving the tables of the law
    The golden calf
    Moses descends from Sinai with his face shining
    Moses presenting the tables of the law to the Israelites
    The Israelites in the desert
      The tents in the desert and the pillar of cloud
      Stations of the Israelites
      God addresses the Israelites
  Old Testament cycle: Leviticus to Ruth (Tempesta)
  Leviticus
    Cycles
    Initial V
    The sin offering
    Aaron’s sacrifice
    Nadab and Abihu
    Clean and unclean animals
    The high priest with beasts for sacrifice
    The scapegoat
    The feast of tabernacles
    Laws about sacrifice
    Stoning of the son of Shelomith
  Numbers
    Cycles
    The lord speaking to Moses
    The Israelites and their standards (the order of the tribes)
    Moses numbering the children of Israel
    Levites bearing the tabernacle
    The law with regard to lepers
    The test of adultery
    Moses and the silver trumpets
    The quails (cf. Exodus)
    Miriam cured of leprosy
    The stoning of the sabbath breaker
    The spies returning with grapes from Eshcol
    Korah, Dathan and Abiram
    Aaron's sacrifice
    Aaron's rod blossoms
    The death of Aaron
    The brazen serpent
    Balaam and the ass
    Balaam and Balak
    Rules for sacrifice
    The Midianite women
      Phineas killing Zimri and Cozbi
      The captured Midianite women
      The purification of the Midianite virgins
  Deuteronomy
    Cycles
    God gives the charge to Joshua and Moses
    The last will of Moses
    The death of Moses
    The promised land
    Various laws
  Joshua
    Cycles
    Single figure
    God speaks to Joshua
    The soldiers of Israel prepare to cross the Jordan
    Rahab and the spies
    Joshua bids the ark go forward
    The crossing of the Jordan
    The circumcision of the children of Israel
    Joshua and the angel
    The siege of Jericho
    The destruction of Ai
    Joshua and the Gibeonites
    Victory over the Amorites
    Joshua stays sun and moon
    The five kings
    Joshua divides the inheritance to Israel
    The daughters of Zelophedad
    Joshua making a covenant
    Death of Joshua
  Judges
    King Adoni-Bezek
    Othniel and Achsah, the daughter of Caleb
    Ehud kills Eglon, king of Moab
    Deborah and Barak
    Jael and Sisera
    Gideon
      Gideon and the angel; destruction of the altar of Baal
      Gideon and the fleece
      Gideon selecting his men
      Defeat of the Midianites
    The death of Abimelech
    Jephthah and his daughter
      Cycles
      Jephthah's daughter--single figure
      Jephthah meeting his daughter
      Jephthah's daughter bewailing her virginity
      Sacrifice of Jephthah's daughter
      The daughters of Israel mourning Jephthah's daughter
    Manoah and his wife
      Apparition of the angel
      Sacrifice, with angel ascending in the flames
      Rembrandt: Fritz Saxl notes and photos
    Samson
      Cycles
      Single figure
      Samson rending the lion
      Bees and honey in the lion's carcase
      Samson's wedding
      Samson and his father-in-law
      The foxes in the cornfield
      Samson fighting the Philistines in the cornfield
      Samson smiting Philistines with the jawbone of an ass
      Samson drinking water from the jawbone
      Samson carrying the gates of Gaza
      Samson and Delilah
        Breaking his bonds
        Philistines cut his locks
        Delilah cuts his locks
        Miscellaneous
      Capture of Samson
      Blinding of Samson
      Samson in prison, at the mill: eyeless in Gaza
      Samson destroys the house of the Philistines
    Micah's idolatry
    The Levite and his concubine
    The battle of Gibeah
    The rape of the daughters of Shiloh
  Ruth
    Cycles
    Ruth and Naomi
    Ruth and Boaz
    Boaz and the elders
  The Kings of Israel
  The Books of the Kings: Cycles
  I Kings (Vulgate) I Samuel (Authorised Version)
    Samuel
      Single figure
      Elkanah, Hannah and Peninah
      Hannah
      Samuel and Eli
      God appearing to Samuel as a child
      Eli, miscellaneous
      The Philistines capture the ark
      The death of Eli
      The ark in the temple of Dagon
      The plague at Ashdod
      The ark returned by the Philistines
    Saul
      Single figure
      Saul asks Samuel for his strayed asses
      Samuel anoints Saul
      Samuel offers sacrifices for the young Saul
      The Israelites sharpen their weapons
      Saul and the Amalekites
    Jonathan fighting the Philistines
    David
      Cycles
      Single figure
        As musician
          Playing the harp
          With the harp, but not playing it
          Playing a musical instrument other than a harp
          With a musical instrument other than a harp: not playing it
        As psalmist
          Dictating his psalms
          David as psalmist
          David receiving a psalter from God
        In prayer
        As repentant sinner
        As king, without harp or other musical instrument
        Performing six works of charity
        As lawgiver
        David triumphant in a chariot
        Miscellaneous
    Samuel anointing David
    David presented to Saul
    David soothing Saul's spirits with the harp
    David killing the lion/the bear
    David and Goliath
      David refusing Saul's armour
      David with stone and sling (single figure)
      David killing Goliath with stone and sling
      David beheading Goliath
      David with the head of Goliath
      David presenting Goliath's head to Saul
      Triumph of David
    David and Michal
    David and Saul
      David presents foreskins to Saul
      David and Jonathan
      Jonathan and Saul
      Saul hurls his javelin at David, playing the harp
      David given bread and Goliath's sword by Ahimelech
      David feigns madness before Achish, king of Gath
      Doeg and the priests of Nob
      David smiting the Philistines and others
      David cutting Saul's robe
      David taking/removing Saul's spear and water
    David and Abigail (and Nabal)
    David and Achish, king of Gath
    Saul and the witch of Endor
    Ahinoam and Abigail taken by the Amalekites
    The death of Saul
  II Kings (Vulgate) II Samuel (Authorised Version)
    Coronation and exaltation of David
    David mourning for Saul and Jonathan
    David and Abner
    Joab killing Abner
    The killing of Baanah and Rechab
    The ark returns to Jerusalem
      Return of the ark
      David dancing/playing before the ark
      Death of Uzzah
      Michal's contempt
      David worshipping in the tabernacle
    David chooses the High Priest
    David, Mephibosheth and Ziba
    David and Bathsheba
      Cycles
      Tapestries
      Bathsheba seen by David: not receiving message
      Bathsheba seen by David: receiving message
      Bathsheba: David not present: without letter/message
      Bathsheba: David not present: receiving letter/message
      David and Bathsheba, miscellaneous
      Uriah receives the letter from David, and the death of Uriah
      David and Nathan
      David's penitence
    Tamar
    David and Absalom
      David, Absalom and the woman of Tekoah
      The death of Amnon
      Shimei curses David
      The death of Absalom
    Joab kills Amasa
    Saul’s sons hanged
    David gathering the bones of Saul and his sons
    David's mighty men
    David's sacrifice
    David: various battles
  III Kings (Vulgate) I Kings (Authorised Version)
    The deathbed of King David
      David and Abishag
      Bathsheba begging David to make Solomon king
      Solomon at the deathbed of King David
      David's death and burial
    Solomon
      Cycles
      Single figure (not enthroned)
      Enthroned (not on the throne of Solomon)
      Adaptations
      As author of Proverbs
      Miscellaneous
      Solomon anointed king
      Bathsheba before Solomon
      Solomon's dream at Gibeon
      Judgement of Solomon
        Baby held by foot
        Baby not held by foot
        Adaptations
      Temple of Solomon
        The message from Hiram
        The building of the temple
        Reconstruction of the temple: Torniellus, Annales sacri
        Reconstruction of the temple: Scheuchzer, Physica sacra
        Reconstructions of the temple: miscellaneous
        Solomon's house
        Consecration of the temple
        The Lord appears to Solomon
      The queen of Sheba
        Meeting of Solomon and Sheba
        The queen of Sheba and the True Cross--see Legend of the Cross
        The queen of Sheba tests Solomon with hard riddles
        The throne of Solomon
      Solomon worshipping false idols (the voluptuousness of Solomon)
    Rehoboam succeedeth Solomon
    Jeroboam
    Asa
    Elah and Zimri
    Elijah
      Cycles
      Single figure
      Elijah fed by ravens
      Elijah's sacrifice
      Elijah in the desert with the angel
      Elijah throwing his mantle over Elisha
    Ahab and Naboth
      Cycle
      Miscellaneous
      Death of Ahab
  IV Kings (Vulgate) II Kings (Authorised Version)
    Elijah
      King Ahaziah
      The captains and their fifties
      The chariot of fire
    Elisha
      Elisha dividing the waters
      Elisha pouring salt into the waters of Jericho
      Elisha and the mocking children
      Elisha and the prophet’s widow
      Elisha and the Shunamite woman
        Cycle
        Miscellaneous
      Elisha and Naaman
      Elisha and the axehead
      The Syrians struck blind by Elisha
    Plundering of Syria
    Jezebel
    Jehu
    Joash and Athalia
    Joash at the deathbed of Elisha
    The buried man cured by contact with Elisha's bones
    Ahaz
    Hezekiah
    The destruction of the armies of Sennacherib
    The death of Sennacherib
    Josiah
      Cycles
      Miscellaneous
    Nebuchadnezzar destroys Jerusalem
    Evilmerodach releases Jehoiachin from prison
  Chronicles
    Miscellaneous
  I and II Esdras (Vulgate) (A.V. Ezra, Nehemiah)
  Tobit
    Cycles
    Adaptations
    Tobit burying the dead
    Blinding of Tobit
    Tobit, Anna and the kid
    Tobit lends money to Gabael
    The angel in Tobit's house
    Departure of Tobias
    Tobias and the angel--without the fish
    Tobias catching the fish
    Tobias cutting out the fish's liver
    Tobias and the angel--with the fish
    Raguel receiving Tobias
    Marriage of Tobias and Sarah
    Wedding night of Tobias and Sarah
    Tobias leaving the house of Raguel
    Tobit and Anna waiting for Tobias
    Return of Tobias
    Tobias healing Tobit's blindness
    Tobias paying the angel
    Raphael leaves the house of Tobit
  Judith
    Cycles
    Specific works
    Story of Holofernes
    Story of Achior
    Judith preparing herself, and heading for Holofernes' camp
    Judith introduced to Holofernes
    Feast of Judith and Holofernes
    Judith in Holofernes' tent, before the beheading
    Beheading of Holofernes
    Judith rushing from the camp
    Discovery of Holofernes' corpse
    Judith showing Holofernes' head to the people
    Judith placing Holofernes' head in a sack
    Judith with head of Holofernes (not placing it in a sack)
    Judith without head of Holofernes
    Judith--adaptations and miscellaneous
  Esther
    Cycles
    Single figure
    The feast of Ahasuerus (and Vashti)
    The crowning of Esther
    The feast of Esther
    Mordecai discovers the plot against Ahasuerus
    Ahasuerus gives Haman power to destroy the Jews
    Mordecai's lament
    Esther fasting
    Esther's toilet
    Esther before Ahasuerus
    'On that night could not the king sleep'
    Ahasuerus orders Haman to honour Mordecai
    The triumph of Mordecai
    Esther, Haman and Ahasuerus
    The death of Haman
    Mordecai receives the ring of Ahasuerus
    Esther, Mordecai and the revenge of the Jews
  Job
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Job taunted by his wife
    Job visited by his friends
    Job with musicians
    Miscellaneous
  Psalms
  Proverbs
  Ecclesiastes
  Canticles (Song of Songs)
  The Book of Wisdom (The Wisdom of Solomon)
  Ecclesiasticus
  Prophets
    Cycles
    Single figure, unidentified
  Isaiah
    Single figure
    Vision of the Lord God of Hosts; the Live Coal
    Miscellaneous Visions
    Prophecies
    With Morning and Night
    Satire on/condemnation of idolatry
    Martyrdom of Isaiah
    Miscellaneous
  Jeremiah
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Called by God
    Vision of the rod and seething pot
    Jeremiah's girdle
    Lamenting over Jerusalem
    Cast into the dungeon
    The stoning of Jeremiah
    Miscellaneous
  Lamentations—see: Jeremiah lamenting over Jerusalem
  Baruch
  Ezekiel
    Cycles
    Vision of the Tetramorph
    Ezekiel in the valley of bones
    The temple of Ezekiel
    Miscellaneous
  Daniel
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Nebuchadnezzar captures Jerusalem
    Nebuchadnezzar's first dream
    The children in the furnace
    Nebuchadnezzar's second dream
    Nebuchadnezzar's madness
    Belshazzar's feast
    Daniel in the lions' den
    The visions of Daniel
    Susanna and the elders
      Cycles
      Susanna--single figure
      Elders hiding
      Elders approaching
      Elders tugging at Susanna’s garments
      Elders touching Susanna’s skin
      Elders feeling Susanna’s breasts
      Judgment of Daniel
      Stoning of the elders
    Bel and the dragon
      Cycle
      Miscellaneous
      An angel brings Habakkuk with food to Daniel in the lions' den
  Hosea
  Joel
  Amos
  Obadiah
  Jonah
    Census
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Jonah thrown overboard
    Jonah vomited up by the whale
    Jonah under the gourd
    Miscellaneous
  Nahum
  Habakkuk
  Zephaniah
  Haggai
  Zachariah
  Malachi
  Maccabees
    Cycles 
      Painted Chamber, Westminster
      Miscellaneous 
    Single figure
      Judas Maccabeus
    Revolt of Mattathias
    Eleazar, the son of Saura, dies beneath an elephant
    Death of Nicanor
    The letter from the Jewish community in Jerusalem to the Jews of Egypt
    Expulsion of Heliodorus
    Andronicus murder Onias
    Martyrdom of Eleazar the Scribe
    Martyrdom of the Seven Brothers 
    Miscellaneous
  Apocrypha (for Apocrypha in Authorised Version, see Tobit, Judith, Book of Wisdom, Ecclesiasticus, Daniel (Susanna and the elders, Bel and the dragon), Maccabees)
    The prayer of Manasseh
    III and IV Esdras (Vulgate) (A.V. I and II Esdras)
    Miscellaneous
  Josephus (see also CLASSICAL HISTORY)
New Testament
  Canon Tables
       Cycles
       Letter from Eusebius of Caesarea to Carpianus on the Gospel canons
       Miscellaneous
  Liturgical Cycles
  New Testament Cycles
  Cycles of the Life of Christ
  Life of Christ
  Annunciation
    With Virgin only
    With angel only
    Angel not flying    
      Angel holding sceptre
        Angel standing
        Angel kneeling or genuflecting
      Angel holding scroll
        Angel standing
        Angel kneeling or genuflecting
      Angel holding sceptre and scroll
      Angel holding lily
        Without Holy Spirit as dove
        With Holy Spirit as dove
      Angel holding palm
      Angel holding plant other than lily or palm
      Angel holding nothing
        Angel standing
        Angel kneeling or genuflecting
    With flying angel
      Angel holding sceptre and or scroll
      Angel holding lily
      Angel holding palm
      Angel holding nothing
    With many angels
    With God the father
      Alone
      With angels
      With the hand of God
    With Christ
      As infant
      As adult
      With prediction of Christ's fate
    With saints and/or donors
      With saints, without donors
      With donors, without saints
      With saints and donors
    With other Biblical scenes or figures
      Adam and Eve
      Sacrifice of Isaac
      Moses
      Burning Bush
      Judith
      Miscellaneous prophets/prophecies
      Visitation
      Departure for Bethlehem
      St Luke
      With scenes from Christ’s Passion
    Miscellaneous
      Angel making Virgin's bed
      With symbols of the Virgin
      In Rosary
      With Nativity, Shepherds, Magi
      With symbols of the Passion
      With lamb and flag
      With kneeling girls receiving dowries
      With Eucharist
      With vine symbolism
      With Virgin's crown
      With Virgin/servant spinning
      With sewing basket
      With cat
      With dog
      With 'the stone the builders rejected'
      With Virtues
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
  The Virgin telling Joseph of the angel's message
  Joseph's first dream
  Visitation
    Mary and Elisabeth only
       Bamberg Cathedral
       Elisabeth touching or gesturing towards Mary’s belly
       Elisabeth embracing Mary (not touching Mary’s belly)
       Elisabeth touching only Mary’s hand
       Elisabeth and Mary not touching
       Misc
    With Joseph and/or Zacharias
    With servants
    With many figures
    Miscellaneous
      With donors
      With Trinity
      With angels
      With saints
      With sacrifice of Isaac
      With children in the wombs
      With birth of Christ/John
      With massacre of the innocents
      With baptism
      With open grave
      With scenes from the passion
      With scenes from the life of the Baptist
      With peacock
      With archer
  Joseph and Mary travel to Bethlehem
    The census taken at Bethlehem
    The journey to Bethlehem
    No room at the inn
  Nativity
    Cycles
      London, BM, ivory book cover
      Padua, S. Giustina porch sculptures
      Louvre, Paris, ivory casket
      Jacopo della Quercia, Bologna, S. Petronio
      Miscellaneous
    Immediate family only
      Child only
      Virgin and child only
      Joseph, Virgin and child only
    Immediate family and angels only
      Virgin, child and angels only
      Joseph, Virgin, child and angels only
      Angels making themselves useful
    Joseph holding/doing things
      Removing hose
      Warming himself
      Holding candle/lantern
      Cooking
      Fetching water
      Chopping firewood
    Virgin lying in
    Bathing of Christ
    With God the father/the holy spirit
    With saints
    With John the Baptist as an infant
    With St Bridget of Sweden
    With donors
    With the midwives, Zelomi and Salome
    With Adam and Eve
    With star
    With Tobias and the angel
    With prediction of Christ's fate
    With onlookers
    With sibyl/prophet
    With horoscope of Christ
    Before a triumphal arch
    Botticelli: mystic nativity
    Miscellaneous
    With various other scenes
    Nativity sculptures (crib, presepio)
    With annunciation to the shepherds
      Virgin and child only
      Immediate family (and possibly angels) only
      Joseph holding candle/lantern
      Joseph warming himself/removing hose/asleep
      Virgin lying in
      Bathing of Christ
      With God the father/holy spirit
      With onlookers
      With John the Baptist
    With arrival of the shepherds
      On their way
      Looking in
      Present
    With Magi
      Arriving in background
      Nativity and Adoration of the Magi (double scenes)
  Annunciation to the Shepherds
  Adoration of the shepherds
    Shepherds bringing gifts
      Including lamb
      Not including lamb
    Shepherds not bringing gifts
      With angels
      Without angels
    Virgin kneeling in adoration before the child
    With annunciation to shepherds
    With Magi in background
    With Virgin lying in
    With annunciation to Virgin/visitation
    With God
    Before triumphal arch
    With saints, prophets, sibyls, donors
    Joseph resting head on hands
    Adaptations
  Story of the Magi
    Cycles
      Limoges Châsses
      Miscellaneous
    Fragments
    Miscellaneous
    Journey of the Magi
      Benozzo Gozzoli
      Miscellaneous
    Herod questioning the priests and scribes
    The Magi before Herod
    The dream of the Magi
    The return of the Magi
    The death of the Magi
  Adoration of the Magi
    Specific paintings
      12th-century English ivories, V&A
      12th-century Rhenish ivories, V&A
      Gentile da Fabriano, Uffizi
      Fra Angelico and Fra Filippo Lippi, Washington
      Frescoes in Völlan, near Merano 
      Leonardo da Vinci, Uffizi
      Titian (?), Prado
    Without attendants
      Without Joseph
        Black magus
        White magus
      With Joseph
        Black magus
        White magus
    With attendants
      Black magus
        With ox and ass
          With angels
          Without angels
        Without ox and ass
          With angels
          Without angels
            With classical ruins
            Without classical ruins
      White magus
        With ox and ass
          With angels
          Without angels
        Without ox and ass
          With angels
          Without angels
    With other New Testament scenes
      With shepherds
      Miscellaneous
      With prediction of Christ's fate
    With God the father
    With saints
    With donors
    With prophets
    In a classical setting
    With Virgin as queen
    With Virgin before grotto
    With Virgin lying in
    Figures of Magi
    With a pair of onlookers
    Fewer than 3 Magi
    With Magi congratulating Joseph
    With Herod
    With procession on horseback in distance
    Adaptations
    Allegories
    Fragments
  Circumcision of Christ
    Without doves
    With doves
    With typological subjects
    With other New Testament scenes
    Miscellaneous
  Presentation in the Temple
    Virgin holding child
      With doves
      Without doves
    Virgin and Simeon holding child
      With doves
      Without doves
    Simeon holding child
      With doves
      Without doves
    Neither Virgin nor Simeon holding child
    Miscellaneous
      With other New Testament scenes/scenes from life of Virgin
      With angels
      With saints/donors
      With typological scenes
      With Virtues
      Anna/Simeon
      Adaptations
  Joseph's second dream
  Massacre of the Innocents
    Herod's dream
    Herod ordering the massacre
    The massacre
      With Herod
      Without Herod
      Raphael/Marcantonio type
      Brueghel type
      With flight into Egypt
    The holy innocents
  The flight into Egypt
    No distinctive iconography
      Family moving towards right
      Family moving towards left
      Family moving towards viewer
    Legends
      Falling idols
      Leaning palm
      Miraculous corn
      Brigands
      Ox
      Gypsy
    With angel(s)
    With God
    With saints
    With Joseph's dream
    With massacre of the innocents
    With other New Testament scenes
    In a Netherlandish landscape
    In a classical landscape
    Crossing a river
    Miscellaneous
      Cycles
      With symbols of the Virgin
      Joseph and Virgin riding
      Joseph carrying the child
      Virgin walking
      With shepherds
      Without Joseph
      Joseph drawing water
      With servant
      With two women
      With serpent
      Free-standing sculpture
      With crowd
      Night scenes
      With soldiers
      Adaptations
      The arrival in Egypt
  Rest on the flight into Egypt
    No distinctive iconography
    Legends
      Falling idols
      Leaning palm
      Miraculous corn
      Brigands
      Ox
    With angels
    With John the Baptist
    With John and Elisabeth
    With other saints
    With donors
    With massacre of the innocents
    With references to the Passion
    With flight
    In Netherlandish landscape
    In classical landscape
    In Egyptian landscape
    Miscellaneous
      Virgin nursing child
      With fruit
      Soldiers in the background
      Virgin weeping
      Virgin washing
      Women washing
      At a fountain
      Joseph cooking
      People bringing gifts
      With shepherds
      With elephant
      Adaptations
  Return from Egypt
  Infancy of Christ
    Cycles
      Augsburg, Anton Sorg, 1491
      Hieronymus Wierix
      Raphael Sadeler
      Miscellaneous
    Taking his first steps
    With John the Baptist
    Taught by the Virgin
    Going to school
    In the carpenter's shop
    Piercing his finger on a thorn
    Miscellaneous
  Christ among the doctors
    Christ led into the temple
    Virgin present
      Christ enthroned
      Christ lecturing from podium
      Christ not enthroned, not at podium
      Virgin's heart pierced by a sword
    Virgin not present
      Christ enthroned
      Christ lecturing from podium
      Christ not enthroned, not at podium
      With saints
  Christ returning from the temple
    Virgin in search of him
    With Virgin and Joseph 
    With Joseph
  Baptism of Christ
    With God the Father
      With angels
      Without angels
      With the hands of God
    Without God the Father
      With angels
      Without angels
    Miscellaneous
      John and Christ only
      John preaching
      Christ as a child
      Jordan as a river god
      With tree and axe
      With sun and moon
      With saints or prophets
      With donor
      St John with jug
      Christ naked
        Miscellaneous
        Relief sculpture, S.Giovanni, Monza
      Christ glorified
      John blessing
      Christ in a tub
      Christ only
      With other scenes
      Miscellaneous
  Temptation of Christ
    Cycles
      Sandro Botticelli, Sistine chapel
      Miscellaneous
    'Command that these stones be made bread'
    'Cast thyself down'
    'All these things will I give thee'
    'Get thee hence, Satan'
    'And behold, angels came and ministered unto him'
    With other scenes
    Miscellaneous
  Christ and the Apostles
    Calling of the Apostles
      Peter and Andrew, by sea of Galilee
      Peter and Andrew, not by sea of Galilee
      James and John
      Matthew
      Christ choosing his apostles
      Miscellaneous
    The disciples and the ears of corn
    Giving the keys to Peter
    Giving the law to Paul (Traditio legis)
    Miscellaneous
  Transfiguration of Christ
    Christ, Moses, Elijah, Peter, James and John only
    Christ only
    Christ, Moses and Elijah only
    With the lunatick son
    With other saints
    With donors
    With God
    With angels
    Miscellaneous
  Teaching of Christ
    Sermon in synagogue at Nazareth
    Sermon from the boat
    Sermon on the mount
    Preaching before Herod's steward
    Preaching in the temple
    Christ and the woman of Samaria
      Without other figures
      With other figures
      With evangelists
      With saints
      With other New Testament scenes
    The woman taken in adultery
      No inscription
      Christ writing
      After the writing of the inscription
      Specific works
        'Giorgione'
        Pieter Brueghel I
        Lucas Cranach
    Christ in the house of Mary and Martha
      Christ present
      Mary and/or Martha only
    Christ blessing little children
    The feast in the house of Levi
      Miscellaneous
      Veronese
    Christ in the house of Simon
      Mary anointing his feet
      Mary anointing his head
      With triclinium
      Lazarus discoursing on the pains of hell
    The tribute money
    Christ drives the money-changers from the temple
    Christ and Nicodemus
    'Consider the lilies of the field'
    Teaching about the Eucharist
    'Before Abraham was, I am'--the stoning of Christ
    Christ, his disciples and the Virgin
    Christ prophesies the destruction of the temple
    'The foxes have holes...'
    Christ and the lawyer
    'Come unto me, all ye that labour...'
    Christ and Zacchaeus
    The camel and the eye of the needle
    The widow's mite
    'Lay not up treasure on earth'
    'Be ye wise as serpents, and harmless as doves'
    Signs in the sun, moon and stars
    The disciples break the sabbath by plucking ears of corn
    Christ teaching his disciples (miscellaneous)
    Christ teaching (not his disciples)
  Parables
    Cycles
    Good Samaritan
      Cycles
        Heinrich Aldegrever
        After Maerten van Heemskerck
        Miscellaneous
      With other Biblical subjects
      Man falling among thieves
      Priest and Levite pass by on the other side
      Good Samaritan anoints the victim's wounds...
      ...and sets him on his own beast
      At the inn
    The prodigal son
      Cycles
        Sebald Beham
        Hans Bol
        Jacques Callot
        Pier Francesco Cittadini
        Michiel Coignet
        Luca Giordano
        H. Janssens
        Krems, Austria
        Marburg, Elisabethkirche
        Jacob Matham after Karel van Mander
        Bartolomé Murillo
        Monogrammist MT
        Nuremberg, Sebalduskirche
        South Minim, Hertfordshire
        Pietro Testa
        Vienna, Albertina, Italian engravings
        Sebastian Vrancx
        Miscellaneous tapestries
        Miscellaneous
      Receives inheritance
      Departs
      Dissipation
      Driven out by companions
      Feeding swine
      Welcomed home by his father
      Feast in his honour
      Adaptations
    Dives and Lazarus
      Cycles
        Heinrich Aldegrever
        After Maerten van Heemskerck
        Georg Pencz
        Miscellaneous
      Dives not present
      Dives feasting: Lazarus outside
      Death of Dives
      Lazarus in Abraham's bosom
    Wise and Foolish Virgins
      Cycles
        Monogrammist AG
        Israhel van Meckenem
        Jan Saenredam
        Martin Schongauer
        Burton Agnes Hall
      Miscellaneous
  The Great Supper/Wedding of the King's Son
    Sending for guests
    Excuses of the guests who could not come
    The guests arrive and eat
    Expulsion of the guests with no garment
  Miscellaneous, on agricultural themes
    The good shepherd
    The lost sheep
    'Every plant ... shall be rooted up'
    Labourers in the vineyard
    Sheep on the right, goats on the left
    The sower
    The grain of mustard seed
    The barren fig-tree
    The wicked husbandmen
    The sowing of the tares
    The rich man and his steward
  Miscellaneous, on non-agricultural themes
    The city set on a hill
    The house built on sand
    The broad and narrow ways
    The talents
    The rich man
    The lost coin
    Pearls before swine
    The hidden treasure
    The unmerciful servant
    The unjust judge and the importunate widow
    'I am the light of the world'
    Blind leading the blind
    Mote and beam
    'Be ye wise as serpents...'
    Pearl of great price
    Publican and pharisee
  Miracles
    Cycles
      Jan Saenredam after Hendrick Goltzius
      Flemish triptych, Melbourne
      Ivory diptych, London, V&A
      Ivory pyxis, London, BM
      Ivory pyxis, Darmstadt
      Ivory panels, Louvre, Paris
      Westminster Retable
      Mosaics, Monreale
      Miscellaneous
    Christ healing
      The blind
      The deaf mute
      The centurion's servant
      At the pool of Bethesda
      The man sick of the palsy
      The man taken with palsy (lowered through roof)
      The man with the withered hand
      The leper
      The ten lepers
      The man with dropsy
      Peter's mother-in-law
      The woman with the issue of blood
      The woman with the spirit of infirmity
      The sick--miscellaneous
    Christ casting out devils
      The Gadarene swine
      The lunatick son
      The Canaanite/Syrophoenician woman
      Miscellaneous
    Marriage at Cana
    Multiplication of loaves and fishes
      Gianlorenzo Bernini
      Domenico Feti
      Pyxis, Livorno
      Miscellaneous
    Raising of Lazarus
      Cycle: Chichester cathedral
      Christ and the sisters of Lazarus
      Lazarus swaddled, upright tomb
      Lazarus at left
      Lazarus in centre
      Lazarus at right
    Christ raising from dead
      The widow of Nain's son
      Jairus's daughter
    Miraculous draught of fishes
      Christ in boat (before crucifixion)
      Christ on shore (after crucifixion)
      Christ not depicted
    Miscellaneous
      Christ stilling the storm
      Christ walking on water
      Tribute in the fish's mouth
      Christ cursing the fig-tree
  Passion of Christ
    Cycles
      Engravings
        Sebald Beham
        Lucas Cranach the Elder
        Jean de Culmbach
        Albrecht Dürer
          Engraved Passion
          Little Passion
          Great Passion
        Florentine, 15th century: 'The Vienna Passion'
        Philip Galle after Johannes Stradanus
        German 15th century woodcuts
        Henrick Goltzius
        Urs Graf
        Geronimo Grandi
        Lucas van Leiden
          Bartsch 43-56
          Jan Muller after Lucas van Leiden
          Bartsch 57-65
        Master bX8
        Israhel van Meckenem
        Monogrammist AG
        Hans Leonhard Schäufelein
          Bartsch 34
          Bartsch 35
        Martin Schongauer
        Antoon Wierix after Maerten de Vos
        Miscellaneous
      Paintings and drawings
        Anon drawings
        Austrian ca 1400
        Avanzi and Altichieri, Padua
        Amico Aspertini
        Hans Burgkmair et al., Augsburg
        Giovanni Boccati
        Jörg Breu
        Duccio
        Albrecht Dürer
        Hampton Court, Cardinal Wolsey's Closet
        Heures de la Croix
        Hofgeismar, Pfarrkirche
        Hans Holbein the Elder, Donaueschingen
        Hans Holbein the Younger, Basle
        Johann Koerbecke
        Laatch, St Leonhard's church
        Pietro Lorenzetti, Assisi
        Karel van Mander
        Attributed to Meister Grollae'schen Anbetung
        Master of the Malkammer Altar
        Master of Trebon
        Hans Memling
        Copy after Hans Memling
        Pacino di Buonaguida
        Parma, Biblioteca Palatina, MS gr. 5
        Jacopo Pontormo, Certosa, S. Lorenzo al Monte
        Rembrandt, Munich
        Tuscan Triptych wings, 13th century
        Miscellaneous
      Sculpture
        Bologna, S. Pietro
        Donatello, S. Lorenzo pulpits
        Nottingham alabaster, Ferrara
        Easter candlestick, Rome, S. Paolo
        Vienna, Hofmuseum
        Zürich, Landesmuseum
        Miscellaneous
      Ivories
        10th century, London, BM
        15th-century casket, London, Courtauld Institute Galleries
        14th-century writing tablet, London, V&A
        Miscellaneous
      Other media
        Flemish tapestries, Vienna
        Flemish tapestries
        15th-century French tapestry, Saragoosa
        16th-century German embroidery
        14th-century South German embroidery
        Tapestries, San Marco, Venice
        Tapestries, miscellaneous
        Textiles, miscellaneous
        Other/mixed media, miscellaneous
  Christ taking leave of his mother
  The entry into Jerusalem
    The disciples fetch the ass
    Christ weeping as he approaches Jerusalem
    Palmesel
    Entry into Jerusalem
    Adaptations
  The conspiracy of the priests
    Officers fail to arrest Christ
    Caiaphas' prophecy
    Assembly of priests in the house of Caiaphas
    Payment of Judas
  Last supper
    Disciples sent to prepare supper
    Christ washing Peter's feet: Peter points to his head
    Christ washing his disciples' feet
    Christ washing his disciples' feet: papal medals
    Specific paintings
      Andrea del Sarto
      Alessandro Allori
      Franciabigio
      Leonardo da Vinci and imitators/followers
      Pietro Perugino
      Raphael
    Institution of the Eucharist
    Judas alone, opposite
    'One of you shall betray me'
    'Lord, is it I?'
    Christ giving the sop to Judas
    Disciple blowing his nose
    Judas leaving
    With triclinium
    With saints/prophets/donors
    No specific type
    The two swords
    Christ setting a child amongst his disciples
  The agony in the garden
    Specific works
      Mosaic, San Marco, Venice
      Albrecht Dürer
      El Greco
      'After Michelangelo'
      Bronze figure of sleeping disciple, 13th-century
    With soldiers approaching
      With crucifix or other instruments of the Passion
    Without soldiers approaching
      With crucifix or other instruments of the Passion
      Without crucifix or other instruments of the Passion
    Miscellaneous
      Christ leaves the disciples
      Christ and the angel, alone
      Christ rebukes the disciples
      With death
      With saints/donors
      With other scenes from the Passion
      Miscellaneous
  Betrayal of Christ
    With Malchus' ear
      With kiss of Judas
        Malchus carrying or dropping lamp
        Malchus not carrying or dropping lamp
      Without kiss of Judas
      Christ healing Malchus' ear
    Without Malchus' ear
      With consternation of the soldiers
      With kiss of Judas
      Without kiss of Judas
      Young man fleeing naked
      Christ led away captive
      Christ dragged across the brook Cedron
  The trial of Christ
    Christ before the High Priest
    The buffeting of Christ
    St Peter's denial
    The repentance of Judas
    The suicide of Judas
    Christ before Pilate
    Procla, Pilate's wife
    Christ before Herod
    Pilate washing his hands
    The judgment of Pilate
    Pilate writing the title on the Cross
    Barabbas
  Flagellation
    With two executioners
    Pilate not present
      Pilate present
      Piero della Francesca
    More than two executioners
      Pilate not present
      Pilate present
    Miscellaneous
      Christ being bound to the column
      Christ at the column
      With saints/donors
      Miscellaneous
  The crowning with thorns
    Crown pressed down with sticks
    Crown pressed down by hand
  The mocking of Christ
  Ecce Homo
    With many people
    With few people
      Full length
      Less than full length
    Christ only
      Full length
      Less than full length
    With the Virgin
    With saints not present at the event
    Christ and angel(s) only
  The way to Calvary
    Stations of the Cross cycles
      Spanish engravings
      18th-century Bolognese paintings
      Christ led forth
    Christ upright
      With St Veronica
        With Simon of Cyrene
        Without Simon of Cyrene
      Without St Veronica
        With Simon of Cyrene
          With Virgin
          Without Virgin
        Without Simon of Cyrene
          With Virgin
          Without Virgin
    Christ falling
      With St Veronica
        With Simon of Cyrene
          With Virgin
          Without Virgin
        Without Simon of Cyrene
          With Virgin
          Without Virgin
      Without St Veronica
        With Simon of Cyrene
          With Virgin
          Without Virgin
        Without Simon of Cyrene
          With Virgin
          Without Virgin
    Single figure
      Christ upright
      Christ falling
    Holbein: Fritz Saxl's notes
    Miscellaneous
  Before the crucifixion
    Preparations (Christ not yet present)
    Christ offered wine/vinegar
    Christ stripped of his garments
    Christ awaiting crucifixion
    Christ nailed to the cross
    Christ mounting the cross by ladder
    Writing of the superscription
  The raising of the cross (cf. raising of the three crosses)
  The crucifixion
    Single cross
      Specific works
        Holy Rood, Barking
        Hallstatt, Austria
        Grünewald, Isenheim altar
        Grünewald, small crucifixion
        W. Jamnitzer
      Christ only
      Christ and angels only
      Christ and departing soldiers only
      With Virgin and St John only
        Symmetrical
          With skull
            With sun and moon
            Without sun and moon
          Without skull
            With sun and moon
            Without sun and moon
              With superscription
              Without superscription
          15th-century German woodcuts
        Assymetrical
        With angels only
        With departing soldiers
        With unidentified weeping figures
      With centurion's conversion
        Christ's side being pierced and/or sponge offered
        Christ's side not being pierced and/or sponge offered
          Virgin fainting
          Virgin not fainting
            Magdalene embracing cross
            Magdalene not embracing cross
      Without centurion's conversion
        Christ's side being pierced and/or sponge offered
        Christ's side not being pierced and/or sponge offered
          Virgin fainting
          Virgin not fainting
            Magdalene embracing cross
              With angels
              Without angels
            Magdalene not embracing cross
      With donors
        With saints not present at the event
        Without saints not present at the event
      Without donors
        With saints not present at the event
    Three crosses
      Specific works
        Monogrammist HC
        Frankfurt, Liebighaus
        Vienna, Schnitzaltar
      With centurion's conversion
        Christ's side being pierced and/or sponge offered
        Christ's side not being pierced and/or sponge offered
          Virgin fainting
          Virgin not fainting
            Magdalene embracing cross
            Magdalene not embracing cross
      Without centurion's conversion
        Christ's side being pierced and/or sponge offered
        Christ's side not being pierced and/or sponge offered
          Virgin fainting
          Virgin not fainting
            Magdalene embracing cross
            Magdalene not embracing cross
      With donors
      With saints not present at the event
      With Virgin and St John only
      The two thieves
        Having their legs broken
        Their souls departing
        Without Christ
    With various canonical episodes
      With raising of the three crosses
      With writing/affixing of superscription
      Soldiers casting lots
      Rending of the veil of the temple
      Saints rising from their graves
      With miscellaneous scenes from the Passion
    With various apocryphal episodes
      Longinus cured of his blindness
      Adam and/or Eve at base of the cross
      Philosophers interpreting the celestial phenomena at the death of Christ
    With symbolical animals
      Pelican
      Snake
      Unicorn
    With various allegorical figures
      Virtues
      Ecclesia/Synagogue
      Oceanus/Gea
      Terra
      Satan/executioner
    With sun and moon
    Virgin's heart pierced with sword
    Virgin embracing cross
    With Magdalene only
    With St Veronica
    With martyrs
    With instruments of the Passion
    Angels catching blood
    With suicide of Judas
    With hell at the foot of the Cross
    On the Ark of the Covenant
    With moralizing meaning
    In ecclesiastical interior
    Centurion/Longinus with polygonal halo
    With other scenes from Christ's life
      Infancy
      Passion
      After the Passion
      Miscellaneous
    Without Christ
      Virgin and St John only
      Figures at foot of Cross
    Various allegories
    Fragments and studies
    Adaptations and miscellaneous
  Joseph of Arimathaea asks Pilate for the body of Christ
  The priests and pharisees before Pilate
  Deposition
    Specific works
      12th-century bronze, V&A, London
      Rogier van der Weyden and imitators
    With nails being removed
    With three crosses
    Virgin fainting
    Virgin embracing Christ
    Magdalene adoring wounds in Christ's feet
    Miscellaneous
    With other scenes from Christ's life
    With saints not present at the event and/or donors
    Adaptations
  Lamentation
    Specific works and types
      Michelangelo
      Niccolò dell'Arca
      Pietà de Villeneuve
      'Vesperbild'
      Tapestry, Vienna
      Middle Rhenish sculptures, ca 1510
      Epitaphioi
    Virgin standing
    Virgin kneeling
    Virgin leaning over body
    Virgin holding Christ's arm
    Virgin with Christ's body in her lap
      At foot of the cross
      Not at foot of the cross
    Virgin fainting
    St John supporting Christ's body
    Magdalene caressing Christ's hand
    Magdalene caressing Christ's feet
    Washing of Christ's body
    At entrance to cave, or by tomb
    On slab
    Upright in sepulchre
    With saints not present at the event
    With donors
    With other scenes
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Pietà
    Virgin and Christ only, not at foot of cross
    Specific works
      Titian, Accademia
      M. Soldani, Kress (Seattle)
    Virgin and Christ only, at foot of cross
      Whole length
      Half length
    With angels
    With saints not present at the event/donors
    With evangelists
    With Virgin's heart pierced by a sword
    With sinners
    With instruments of the Passion
    Adaptations: Virgin and Child in Pietà position
  Dead Christ
    Alone
    With angels
    With God
    With saints and/or donors
    With instruments of the Passion
    Supported by Joseph of Arimathaea
  Entombment
    Specific paintings
      Master of Flémalle, Courtauld Institute Galleries, London
      Titian, Louvre
      Titian, Prado
      Caravaggio/Rubens after Caravaggio
    Christ's body carried to the sepulchre
    Christ's body lowered into the sarcophagus
    Christ upright
    Christ sitting/semi-recumbent
    Virgin embracing/caressing Christ
    Virgin fainting
    Magdalene drying blood with hair
    Anointing Christ's body
    Sealing of the sepulchre
    With other scenes from Christ's life
    With saints and/or donors
    Adaptations
    The holy sepulchre
  Harrowing of Hell
    12th-century, Bristol cathedral
    Christ trampling on the gates
    With Satan beneath Christ's feet
    With hell in the shape of a mouth
    Miscellaneous
  Resurrection
    Sealed sarcophagus
      Christ emerging through the lid
      Christ standing/sitting on the sarcophagus
      Christ standing in front of the sarcophagus
      Christ rising into the air
    Open sarcophagus
      Christ standing or sitting inside the sarcophagus
      Christ with one foot on the edge of the sarcophagus
      Christ’s legs straddling the side of the sarcophagus
      Christ standing or sitting on top of the sarcophagus
      Christ standing in front of the sarcophagus
      Christ rising into the air
        Angel(s) opening sarcophagus
        Angel(s) not opening sarcophagus
    Christ emerging from a sepulchre
        Sealed sepulchre
        Open sepulchre
    Sepulchre/sarcophagus not visible
    Angel removing stone
    Angels at empty sepulchre
    Soldiers at sepulchre
    Christ stepping onto soldier
    With other scenes
    With saints and/or donors
    With prophets and/or evangelists
    With John and Peter running to the tomb
    With allegory of vanquished death
    With animal symbols
    Visitors to the empty sepulchre
      The holy women, with soldiers
      The holy women, without soldiers
      The holy women, without tomb
      Peter
      John and Peter
  Apparitions of Christ
    Cycles
      Carolingian ivory, Aachen
      Durham slabs, 12th century
      Miscellaneous
    'Noli me tangere'
      Christ and Mary only
        Christ at left
        Christ at right
      With other figures
      With saints/donors
      With other scenes
      Fragments and miscellaneous
    Christ appearing to the holy women
    Christ appearing to his mother
    The way to Emmaus
    The supper at Emmaus
      Rembrandt
      Christ and 2 disciples only
      Christ, 2 disciples and (an)other figure(s)
      With other scenes
      With saints/donors
      Adaptations
    The incredulity of Thomas
    Christ appearing to disciples in Galilee
    Christ appearing to disciples in Jerusalem
    Christ appearing on shore of Lake Tiberias--see Miracles
    Christ's charge to Peter: 'Feed my sheep'
  The chief priests bribe the soldiers
  Ascension
    Specific works
      Donatello, V&A, London
      Melozzo da Forlì, SS. Apostoli, Rome
      5th-century ivory, Munich
      12th-centyr ivory, V&A, London
      Miscellaneous ivories
    Christ's feet only
    Christ in mandorla
    Whole figure of Christ, not in mandorla
  Pentecost
    Specific works
      Pedro Machuca
      Titian
    With Kosmos
    With Jews listening outside
    Virgin not present
    Virgin present
      With tongues of flame descending
      Without tongues of flame descending
  Apocalypse (Revelation)
    Cycles
      Block books
      Prints
        Hans Burgkmair
        Coburg Bible
        Albrecht Dürer
        Jean Duvet
        German, 1460s
        Hieronymus Greff (after Dürer)
        Juan de Jauregui
        Georg Lemberger
        Malermi Bible, Venice 1490
        Merian Bible, Amsterdam 1626
        Dirck Vellert
        Anton Woensam of Worms
      Manuscripts
        Cambridge, University Library, Mm. V. 31
        Cambridge, Magdalene College, B. 2. 24
        Cambridge, Magdalene College, Pepys 1803
        Cambridge, Trinity College, B. 10. 2
        Cambridge, Trinity College, B. 10. 6
        Cambridge, Trinity College, R. 16. 2
        London, Lambeth Palace Library, 75
        London, Lambeth Palace Library, 209
        London, Lambeth Palace Library, 434
        London, British Library, Add. 11,695
        London, British Library, Add. 17,333
        London, British Library, Add. 17,399
        London, British Library, Add. 35,166
        London, British Library, Add. 42,555
      Other media
        Angers tapestries
        Francesco d'Arezzo
        16th-century Brussels tapestries, Madrid
        York Minster, east window
        Miscellaneous
    St John on Patmos
    The seven churches which are in Asia
    The Son of Man and the seven candlesticks
    The twenty-four elders and the book with the seven seals
    The adoration of the lamb
    The four horsemen
    The opening of the fifth seal
    The opening of the sixth seal
    Angels sealing the servants of God in their foreheads
    Seventh seal: the first four trumpets
    Seventh seal: fifth trumpet
    Seventh seal: sixth trumpet
    St John eating the book
    The two witnesses
    The woman clothed in the sun
    Fall of the rebel angels
    The worship of the beast
    The lamb and the 144,000 redeemed
    Earth reaped for the winepress of God's wrath
    The seven angels pour out their vials
    The whore of Babylon
    The fall of Babylon
    Angel casting a millstone into the sea
    'And I heard as it were the voice of a great multitude'
    The word of God
    The call to the birds
    The angel binding the dragon
    First resurrection
    The new Jerusalem
    Miscellaneous
Antichrist
  Signorelli, Orvieto
  Lucas Cranach, Passional Christi und Antichristi, 1521
  Miscellaneous
The Four Last Things
Signs before the Day of Judgment
Last Judgment
  Specific works
    Michelangelo
      Sistine Chapel
      Drawings
      Drawings connected to early stages
      Drawings after Michelangelo
        Cambridge sketchbook
        Miscellaneous
      Paintings after Michelangelo
      Prints after Michelangelo
        Whole fresco
        Details
    Bamberg Cathedral
    Boughton, Buckinghamshire
    11th-century cross, Copenhagen
    Florence, S. Maria Novella
    London, V&A, 12th-century enamel
    Maastricht, shrine of Servatius
    New York, 12th-century book cover
    Hendrick Goltzius cycle
    Rimini, Palazzo dell'Arengo
    Orvieto, Signorelli
    Padua, Giotto
    Campo Santo, Pisa
    Torcello Cathedral
  Resurrection of the Dead
  Virgin interceding
    With sword and lily
    Without sword and lily
    Showing her breast to Christ
  With intercessors, not including Virgin
  Without intercessors
    With sword and lily
    Without sword and lily
  Angels carrying cross
  Hell and Paradise
  Weighing of souls
  With Trinity
  With evangelists
  With allegories of life
  With followers of Cain and Abel
  Christ alone or with angels
  With sun and moon
  With fall of man
  With scenes from Christ's life
  With donors
  Miscellaneous
  Fragments
  Adaptations
God the Father
  Alone
  With angels
  With alpha and omega
  Tetragrammaton
  With symbols of the evangelists
  In miscellaneous contexts
The Holy Spirit
Trinity
  Specific works
    14th-century French sculpture, Kress (Portland, Oregon)
    Fresco, Scarnafigi, Piedmont
    Attributed to Botticelli, London, Courtauld Institute Galleries
  Trinitas creator
  Three-headed type
  As three winged angels
  Three identical human figures
  Christ as lamb
  Holy Spirit in human form, with wings
  As a symbol (scutum fidei etc.)
  Father and Christ only
  Christ seated by Father, Holy Spirit between them
  Christ crowned by Father
  With Christ on cross
    With saints
    Without saints
  With Christ as man of sorrows
  Adoration of the Trinity
  With Virgin ('quaternity')
    Christ as a child
    Christ as an adult
    Christ as both child and adult ('quinity')
    And Joseph ('heavenly and earthly trinities')
  With Christ as a child (without Virgin)
  With evangelists
  With donors
  Miscellaneous
  Heidi Heimann notes and images
Christ
  Portraits
    With verbal description
    Busts
    Heads in profile
    Heads--frontal
    Heads--miscellaneous
    Veil of Abgar
  As a child or infant
    With instruments of the Passion
    Lying asleep on the cross
    Asleep (not on cross)
    With orb
    In glory
    Squeezing grapes
    On a flower, with new year greeting
    With infant St John
    Miscellaneous
  Holding book
  Pantocrator
    In apse
    In cupola
    In icons
  Salvator mundi
    Holding orb
    With orb at his feet
  Maiestas domini
    In mandorla
      With evangelists
      Without evangelists
    Not in mandorla
      With evangelists
      Without evangelists
    Christ only
      Miscellaneous
      With apostles
      With virtues
      With sword in hand/in mouth
    The empty throne ('etimasia')
    Christ on throne of Solomon
  On the cross
    Dead
    Alive
    Wearing long robe (type of volto santo, Lucca)
    Angels removing Christ on cross from Golgotha
  Man of sorrows
    With instruments of the Passion
      In tomb
      Not in tomb
    Without instruments of the Passion
      In tomb
      Not in tomb
    Head or bust
    With Virgin
    With Virgin and St John
    With saints and/or donors
  The Risen Christ
  Triumphant
    Trampling
      Asp, basilisk, lion and dragon
      Lion and dragon
      Serpent/dragon only
      Evil in human form
    Triumphing over death and evil/devil
    In Roman-style triumph
      Woodcuts after Titian
      Miscellaneous
  Allegories of Christ
    Cycles
      Goltzius
      Wierix
  Imagery involving wine or blood
    Christ in the wine-press
    Christ as the true vine
    The mystic bath
    Christ as fons vitae/pietatis
    Christ filling a chalice with blood
    Christ in chalice
    Christ drinking cup of salvation
    Christ filling the sea with blood
    The seven bleedings of Christ
  Imagery involving sheep
    Christ as lamb
    Christ as good shepherd
      Census
      Miscellaneous
  Miscellaneous Passion iconography
    Christ with the instruments of the Passion
    The instruments of the Passion (without Christ)
    The vernicle
    The five wounds (disembodied)
    The sacred heart
    The shroud
  The sacred monogram
    Cycle--Aberdeen
    Miscellaneous
  The coat-of-arms of Christ
  Miscellaneous early Christian symbols
  Miscellaneous types
    Bestowing crowns
    As source of authority
    As king of kings
    As pope
    As priest etc.
    As pilgrim
    As embodiment of trade or profession
    As Orpheus
    As angler/fish
    The ship of Christ
    In the tree of life
    'Ego sum via veritas et vita'
    As example of virtue
    Christ of the trades/the Sunday Christ
    Imitatio Christi
    Miscellaneous eucharistic imagery
    Blessing
    With saints and/or donors
    Miscellaneous
Christ and the Virgin     
The Cross
  Legend of the True Cross
    Cycles
      Antoniazzo Romano
      Braunschweig Cathedral
      Agnolo Gaddi
      Adam Elsheimer
      Flemish wood carvings, V&A, London
      Piero della Francesca
      Signorelli school
      Kelloe (Durham)
      Miscellaneous
    Various scenes
  Relics and miracles
    Rood of Bromholm
    Cross of Scuola di S. Giovanni Evangelista
    Cross of Scuola di S. Giovanni Evangelista--miracles cycle
    Miraculous crosses, miscellaneous
  Miscellaneous
    Haeftanus, 'Regiae viae crucis'
    Hrabanus Maurus, De laudibus sanctae crucis
    Adoration of the cross
    Peacocks flanking the cross
    The cross and the balance
    'Take up your cross and follow me'
    The living cross
    Cross made of four types of wood
    Miscellaneous
Holy Family
  Virgin, Child and Joseph only
    With fruit or flowers
    Without fruit or flowers
  Virgin, Child, Joseph and angels only
  Joseph engaged in--
    Carpentry
    Feeding Child
    Playing with Child
    Holding Child
    Sleeping
  Miscellaneous
    With book
    At table
    With yarn-winder
    Adoring the Child
    Virgin nursing
    Sleeping Child
    With angel   to--
      Joachim
      Joseph
    With fountain of life
    With donors
    With symbols of the Virgin
    With other scenes
    With other unidentified figure
    With later saints
    With God the Father/Holy Spirit
    With instruments of the Passion
    With allegorical figures
    With lamb (without John the Baptist)
    Adaptations
  With St John the Baptist
    Only
    And angels
    And later saints
    And other unidentified figures
    As an adult
    And Mary Magdalene
    And St Elisabeth
      Only
      And St Zacharias
      And Sts Mary Cleophas and Mary Salome
      And later saints
      And angels
      And other figures (neither saints nor angels)
  With St Anne
    Only
    And St Joachim
    And St John the Baptist
    And Sts John the Baptist and Elisabeth
    And St John the Baptist and later saints
    And angels
Virgin and Child
  With St Anne [Anna Selbdritt]
    Virgin smaller in size
      Held like an infant
      Standing/sitting by St Anne
    Virgin similar in size
      Christ Child between them
      Virgin sitting in Anne's lap
      Christ Child not between them, Virgin not in Anne's lap
    And donors
    And later saints
    Virgin and Child crushing serpent
    And Trinity
    And unidentified figures
  Byzantine types
    Hodegetria
    Eleousa
    Nikopoia
    Platytera
  Half-length
    No saints, angels, donors or attributes
      With parapet
        Child standing on parapet
        Child not standing on parapet
      Without parapet
        Child standing on lap
        Child not standing on lap
          Child at left
          Child at right
  Full-length
    Standing
      No saints, angels, donors or attributes
        Child at left
        Child at right
        Child in centre
    Seated
      No saints, angels, donors or attributes
        Child at left
        Child at right
        Child in centre
      Medieval sculpture
        York Minster and Museum
        London, V&A
        British Museum, London
        Wells cathedral
  Child sleeping
  With inscriptions
  Child blessing
  With birds
    Goldfinch
    Parrot
    Other species
  With animals
    Ape
    Hare/rabbit
    Cat
    Dog
    Lamb
    Squirrel
    Butterfly
    Mythical animals
    Miscellaneous
  With flowers
    Rose
    Lily
    Pink/carnation
    Sweet pea/vetch
    Columbine
    In a garland
    Miscellaneous
  With fruit
    Apple
    Pear
    Grapes
    Pomegranate
    Cherries
    Miscellaneous
  With book
    Child reading
    Child turning pages
    Child pointing to text
    Virgin turning pages/pointing to text
    Book held by Virgin
    Book held by Child
    Book lying nearby
  Holding a scroll
  Dictating
  Writing
  Virgin feeding Child with pap
  Virgin washing Child
  Virgin with Child playing
  Virgin fondling/caressing Child
  Virgin nursing Child (Virgo lactans)
    Virgin and Child only
    With saints
    With angels
    With saints and angels
    Adaptations
  Virgin adoring Child
    Alone
    With saints/angels
  Virgin of humility
  With St John the Baptist
    Specific works
      Leonardo, Madonna of the Rocks
      Michelangelo, Royal Academy tondo
      Raphael, Madonna della Seggiola
      Titian, Munich
    John as an infant
      No other saints, no angels
        Less than full-length
        Full-length
      And angels
      And St Elisabeth
      And Sts Elisabeth and Zacharias
      And later saints
    As an adult
    And other figures
  With prophets
  With apostles
  With church fathers
  With saints
    Specific works
      Andrea del Sarto
      Cesare da Sesto
      Follower of B. Daddi
      Domenico Veneziano
      Follower of Duccio
      Master of Flémalle
      Giorgione
      Giovanni del Ponte
      Master of the Goodhart Madonna
      Rome, S. Maria in Trastevere
      Sassetta
      Bernardo Zenale
    Virgin adoring child
    Holding apple
    With single saint
    Less than full-length
    Standing
    Seated (not on throne)
    In an apse
    Beneath a baldachin
    On a low throne
      With two saints
      With three or four saints
      With five or more saints
    On a high throne
      With two saints
      With three or four saints
      With five or more saints
    'Sacra conversazione'-type
      Pastoral
      In a building
    With non-musician angels
    With musician angels
  With angels
    Musician (without saints)
    Less than full length
    Enthroned
    Full length
      Seated not on throne
      Standing
  Crowned
    By angels
      With saints
      Without saints
      Beneath a crown
  With Holy Spirit
  With prefigurations of Christ's fate
    Scenes from Christ's Passion
    Crucifixion
    Christ displaying his wounds
    Child holding cross or crown of thorns
    Angels holding instruments of the Passion
    Other
  With other scenes
    From the life of the Virgin
    With annunciation
    With shepherds
    From Christ's life
    From lives of Christ and the saints
  With symbolic objects
    Hanging egg
    Scapular
    Amulet
    Honey
    Flyswitch
    Yarn-winder
    Cradle
    Ears of corn
    Star-covered mantle
    Pearl
    Clock
    Inkwell
    Coral
    Orb
    Dragon/lion
    Globe/snake
    Fountain
    Vision of tabernacle
    Memento mori
    Rosary
      Antonello da Messina
      Virgen de Pomata type
      Giving rosary to saints
      Giving rosary to the devout
      Virgin and Child holding rosary
  In clouds
    With St John the Baptist
    With saints
    Without saints
      With angels
      Without angels
  With single suppliant/donor
    With saints
    Without saints
  With more than one suppliant/donor
    With saints
    Without saints
  Virgo inter virgines
  Vierges ouvrantes
  Miscellaneous botanical symbolism
    In the burning bush
    In a tree
    In a wood
    'Madonna im Rosenhag'
    In a garden
  In glory/mandorla
  On the crescent moon
    Full-length
      Without saints, moon's face not visible
      With saints
    Half-length
    With moon's face visible
    With crushing of serpent/devil
    With Cain and Abel
    With sun and moon
    In the sun
  Miraculous or cult images
    Madonna of Loreto
    Santa Maria del Carmine
    Beautiful Virgin of Regensburg
    Notre Dame de Sablons
    Madonna of Monserrato
    Virgen de la Candelaria
    Nuestra Señora de Atocha
    La Peregrina de Quito
    Santa Maria Peña de Francia
    Virgen del Pilar
    Virgen de Guadalupe
      Mexican
      Spanish
    Miscellaneous
  Miscellaneous
    'Black' madonnas
    Of the Carmelites
    Of the Order of Mercy
    With Virtues
    With prisoners
    In triumph
    In classical setting
    In a gothic interior
    With miscellaneous attributes
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
Tree of Jesse
  Specific images
    Wall-painting, Arilje
    Window, Beauvais, St Stephen's
    Fresco, Braunschweig cathedral
    Windows, Costessey, Norfolk
    Ceiling, Hildesheim, St Michael's
    Wall-painting, Mateich
    Window, Soissons cathedral
  Without extended genealogy
    Virga only
      Miscellaneous
      With dove of Holy Spirit, or seven doves of gifts of Holy Spirit
      Virga, Virgin and Christ
  With extended genealogy
    Manuscript illuminations
    Sculpture
    Paintings
    Windows
    Textiles
    Prints and drawings
  Variations
    With Biblical scenes, or scenes of martyrdom
    With crucifixion
    With other trees (of life, of seven gifts)
    With classical philosophers
    Speculum virginum
    Tree from feet
  Miscellaneous
    Fragments
    Adaptations
    Comparative material 
    Miscellaneous Watson material
Genealogy of Christ
  Ancestors
  Holy Kinship
Life of the Virgin
  Cycles
    Austrian paintings, 15th century
    Coghetti, Savona cathedral
    Dürer, Bartsch 76-95
    Adam Elsheimer, Gemäldegalerie, Berlin
    Hans Fries, Kunsthalle, Basle
    Gaddi, S. Croce, Florence
    Gatti, Bartsch 7-22
    Ghirlandaio, S. Maria Novella, Florence
    Giotto, Padua, Arena chapel
    'School of Giotto'
    Giovanni da Milano, S. Croce, Florence
    Goltzius, Bartsch 15-20
    Grandi
    Halberstadt, tapestry
    Heures de la Vierge
    Kremsmünster, Benediktinerstift
    Leonardo da Besozzo, S. Giovanni a Carbonara, Naples
    Lorenzo Monaco, S, Trinità, Florence
    Master of the Life of the Virgin
    Master of the Presentation
    Israhel van Meckenem
    Memling, Seven Joys, Munich
    Nardo di Cione, S. Maria Novella, Florence
    Nelli, Palazzo Trinci, Foligno
    Orcagna, Orsanmichele, Florence
    Padua, Carmine
    Prato, cathedral
    St Lambrecht, Schlosskirche
    Siena, S. Bernardino
    Siena cathedral, Chigi chapel
    Taddeo di Bartolo, Siena
    M. Reichlich, Munich
    Venetian, 15th century
    Venice, S. Marco
    Hieronymus Wierix
    Miscellaneous
    Miscellaneous--textiles
  Joachim and Anne
    Cycles
    Single figures
    Dividing their goods
    Praying in the temple
    Joachim driven from the temple
    Angel appearing to Joachim amongst the shepherds
    Angel appears to Anne
    Meeting at the Golden Gate
    Miscellaneous
  Birth of the Virgin
    Andrea del Sarto
    Virgin held by St Anne
    Virgin held by a nurse
    Virgin being or about to be washed
    Miscellaneous
  Presentation of the Virgin in the temple
    Titian, Accademia, Venice
    Paolo di Giovanni Fei, Washington
    Miscellaneous
  Education of the Virgin, etc
    Virgin with Joachim and Anne
    Virgin taught to read
    Virgin sewing, etc
    Virgin receiving food from an angel
    Virgin knitting/sewing seamless cloak
  Marriage of the Virgin
    Miracle of the budding rod
    Nicholas Dipre
    Raphael
    With suitors breaking their rods
    Without suitors breaking their rods
  Proof of the Virgin
  Events preceding the Virgin's death
  Death of the Virgin
    Arnolfo di Cambio
    Hugo van der Goes
    Eastern Orthodox
    Christ or God receiving the Virgin's soul
      With aspergillum
      Without aspergillum
    Christ/God not present
      With aspergillum
      Without aspergillum
    With Christ/God, without Virgin's soul
    Without Christ/God, with Virgin's soul
    Without apostles
    With later saints
  Funeral of the Virgin
  Assumption of the Virgin
    Specific works
      Andrea del Sarto
      Cesio
      Rubens and follower
      Massimo Stanzione
      Titian
    Without Apostles, Christ or Trinity
    With Apostles, without Trinity or Holy Women
    With Apostles and Holy Women
    With God, Christ or Trinity
    With legend of the girdle
    With later saints
    With prophets
    With donors
    Without the Virgin
    Virgin as child in Christ's arms
    Virgin on her deathbed
    Reception of Virgin in Heaven
    With coronation of the Virgin
    Miscellaneous
  Coronation of the Virgin
    Specific works
      Fra Angelico, Louvre
      Giovanni Bellini, Pesaro
      Guariento, Venice, Palazzo Ducale
      Antependium, 14th-century Venetian
    Virgin and Christ only
    Virgin, Christ and angels only
    Virgin, Christ and saints only
    With saints and angels, Virgin crowned by Christ
    With God the Father and Christ
    With God the Father
    With Trinity
      Holy Spirit as dove
        With angels
          Without saints
          With saints
        Without angels
          Without saints
      Holy Spirit in human form
    No members of the Trinity present
    With four evangelists
    With prophets
    With donors
    With other scenes
    With dead Christ
    With empty tomb
    With seven joys of Virgin
    The crown of the Virgin
    Miscellaneous
Iconography of the Virgin
  Virgin alone
    Full length
    Less than full length
      Hands visible
      Hands not visible
  Symbols
  Legends and miracles
  Seven joys
  Seven sorrows
  Seven sorrows cycle: Boucquet
  Virgo orans
  Virgin of the apocalypse
  Virgin as queen of heaven (regina coeli)
  Allegories
  Hortus conclusus with unicorn hunt
  With ears of corn
  Madonna del Magnificat
  Mater misericordiae
    With child
    Without child
  As patroness/protectress
  Madonna del soccorso (fighting a devil)
  As priestess
  In armour/military contexts
  Standing on globe and snake
  Carrying a crucifix
  With saints
  Mater dolorosa
  Contemplating crown of thorns
  In glory
  'Benedicta tu in mulieribus'
  Madonna del Parto
  Virgin with child visible in womb
  With a book
  On throne of Solomon
  Biverus, Sacrum Oratorium
  With seven gifts of the Holy Spirit
  Madonna of Savona
  Madonna del Pilar
  Specific images
  Miscellaneous
  Immacolata
    Single figure
    With angels
    With God the Father/Holy Spirit
    With Sts Anne and Joachim
    With saints
    With Child
    With donors
  Immaculate conception
    Allegory
    Allegory--El Greco
    Miscellaneous
Apostles
  Cycles
    Antonio da Trento, after Parmigianino
    Bambaia, Milan
    Hans Baldung Grien, Bartsch 6-18
    Sebald Beham, Bartsch 36-42
    Sebald Beham, Bartsch 43-54
    F. de Bocholt, Bartsch 5-17
    F. de Bocholt, Bartsch 18-29
    Burton Agnes
    Agostino Carracci, Bartsch 48-62
    School of Cavallini
    Chartres
    Vanni after Correggio
    Lucas Cranach the Elder, Bartsch 23-36
    Lucas Cranach the Elder, Martyrdoms of the Apostles, Bartsch 37-48
    Donatello, San Lorenzo
    18th-century anon engravings
    Jan van Eyck, Albertina, Vienna
    Glamis Castle, chapel
    Hendrick Goltzius, Christ and the Apostles with the Creed
    El Greco, Toledo
    Halberstadt, tapestry
    Lucas van Leiden, Bartsch 86-99
    Malmesbury Abbey
    Marcantonio Raimondi, Bartsch 64-76
    Marcantonio Raimondi, Christ and the Apostles, Bartsch 124-136
    Marco da Ravenna, Bartsch 79-91
    Master of 1466, Bartsch 50-62
    Giuseppe Mazzuoli, Brompton Oratory
    Israhel van Meckenem, Bartsch 51-63
    Israhel van Meckenem, Christ, Virgin and Apostles, Bartsch 64-78
    Israhel van Meckenem, Apostles and Creed, Bartsch 79-84
    Israhel van Meckenem, Lehrs 237-247
    Medallist of the Apostles, Apostles with Creed
    Milan, cathedral
    Ivory panel, Louvre, Paris
    Silver vase, Syrian 5th century?, Louvre, Paris
    Guido Reni, attributed, Bartsch 11-23
    Rimini, Temio Malatestiano
    Le Gros, Lateran, Rome
    Monogrammist S.H., attributed, St Florian
    Andrea Schiavone, Christ and the Apostles, Bartsch 24-37
    Andrea Schiavone, Christ and the Apostles, Bartsch 38-50 (missing)
    Martin Schongauer, Bartsch 34-45
    Signorelli, Loreto
    Virgil Solis, Bartsch undescribed
    Hans Springinklee, Bartsch 14-24
    Hans Springinklee, Bartsch 52-56 (two only)
    Tobias Stimmer, Städel, Frankfurt (two only)
    Antonio Tempesta, Christ, Virgin and Apostles, Bartsch 344-357
    L. Thiry, Bartsch 6-9
    Juan Guas, Toledo
    Master WY, Bartsch 1-12
    Zurbaran, Lisbon museum
    Miscellaneous
  In pairs
  Single, unidentified
  Before the Acts
    Christ's mission to the Apostles
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Separation of the Apostles
  Acts of the Apostles
    Cycles
      Raphael cartoons, V&A
      Brussels tapestries
      Philip Galle after Maerten van Heemskerck
      Miscellaneous
    Headpiece
    The Common Life
    Peter and John heal a cripple at Gate Beautiful
    Peter and John before Annas
    An angel frees the apostles
    Philip the deacon baptising the eunuch
    Paul and Barnabas at Lystra
  Andrew
    Single figure, or with other saints
    Cycles
      Rome, Vat. lat. 8541
      Cologne school
      Rome, S. Andrea della Valle
    Specific works
      Caravaggio
      Guido Reni
    Stories
      Dragged through streets by horses
      Scourged
      Adoring his cross
      Led to/attached to cross
      Crucifixion
      Deposition and entombment
      Saves bishop from seduction by devil-woman
      Appears to bishop and people of Mantua
      Miscellaneous
  Barnabas
  Bartholomew
    Single figure
      Without flayed skin
      With flayed skin
    Cycles
    Stories
      Destroying idols
      Exorcising the daughter of Polemius
      Baptising Polemius
      Beaten with staves
      Flayed
      Beheaded
      Posthumous miracle: the oil that would not pour
  James the Great
    Single figure
      Without other saints
      With other saints
    Cycles
      Stoke Orchard wall paintings
      Solsona museum
      Rome, Vat. lat. 8541
      Master of St James
      Avanzi and Althichieri, Padua
      Mantegna, Eremitani
      Jan van Scorel, Douai
      Miscellaneous
    Stories
      Virgin appears to him at Saragossa
      He raises a king and queen from the dead
      Subduing the devils sent by Hermogenes
      Baptises Hermogenes
      Hermogenes burns his books
      James appears before Herod Agrippa
      He heals a man with palsy
      Baptises Josias
      Martyrdom
      Posthumous miracles etc.
        His body taken to Spain in a rudderless ship
        Wild bulls become tame when hauling his funeral carriage
        Miracle of unjustly hanged man
        Fighting the Moors/the Indians
        Miscellaneous
  James the Less
  Judas Thaddeus
  Philip
  Simon
  Thomas
    Single figure
      Without builder's rule
      With builder's rule
    Cycles
      London, BM bowls, 12th century
      A. Gaddi, Prato, Legend of the Girdle
      Luca di Tomé
      16th-century Netherlandish drawings, Berlin
      Miscellaneous
    Stories
  Peter and Paul
    Single figures
      Medals
      Not medals
    Cycles
      S. Pietro in Grado, Pisa, 13th century
      Miscellaneous
    Stories
      Simon Magus
      In the Mamertine prison
      Last meeting of Peter and Paul
      Martyrdoms
      Theft of the saints' corpses
      Miscellaneous
  Peter
   Single figure
     With key/book
       Sculpture
       Paintings
       Prints
       Medals
       Other media
     Various types
       Head
       Penitent
       Praying
       Enthroned
       Fisher of Men
       Good Shepherd
     With other figures
   Cycles
     Brancacci chapel
     Beauvais tapestries
     Philip Galle after Maerten van Heemskerck
   Stories
     Preaching
     Ananias and Sapphira
     Healing the sick with his shadow
     Healing Aeneas
     Raising of Tabitha
     Vision of the unclean beasts
     Centurion Cornelius
     Before/death of Herod Agrippa
     Arrested and imprisoned
     Miracle of the spring
     Released from prison by an angel
     'Domine, quo vadis?'
     Martyrdom
     Miscellaneous
  Paul
    Single figure
      Sculpture
      Paintings
      Prints
      Medals
      Drawings
      Other media
    Cycles
      Hans Holbein the Elder
      Philip Galle after Stradanus
      St Paul's Cathedral, London
      Greenwich Hospital
      Miscellaneous
    Stories
      Conversion
        Michelangelo
        With apparition of Christ
        Apparition of God/Trinity
        God/Christ not visible
      Persecuting Christians
      Healed by Ananias
      Escapes in a  basket
      Blinds Elymas
      In Philippi
      Earthquake in prison
      'Ignoto Deo'
      In Corinth
      At Ephesus
      Raising Eutychus
      Shipwrecked on Malta
      Preaching and baptising
      Disputing
      Exorcising
      Before Ananias, Felix etc.
      In captivity
      Epistles
      Plautilla gives him her handkerchief
      Martyrdom
      Miscellaneous
Evangelists
  Symbols
    Cycles
      Tetramorph
      Bury St Edmund's Cross
      Donatello, Padua
      Dublin: Book of Kells
      Martin Schongauer, Bartsch 73-6
      Titian, Accademia
      Miscellaneous
  Cycles
    Agostino Veneziano
    Heinrich Aldegrever, after Georg Pencz, Bartsch 57-60
    Sebald Beham, Bartsch 55-58
    Jan van Bijlert
    Abraham Bloemaert
    Brussels, Bibl. Roy. 10993
    Brussels, Bibl. Roy. 18383
    Brussels, Bibl. Roy. II 175
    Burton Agnes
    G. Caccini, ciborium, S. Spirito, Florence
    Carlo Cesio, S. Agostino, Rome
    Sculptures, after Jacob Cobaert (?)
    Lucas Cranach the Elder, Bartsch 49-52
    Dublin, Trinity College, 53
    Stained glass windows, Fairford
    Flemish, 17th century, Coll. Bishop of Durham
    Facade, Florence cathedral
    Philip Galle after Anthonis Blocklandt, Hollstein 205
    Jacques de Gheyn after Hendrick Goltzius
    Lorenzo Ghiberti, Baptistery, Florence
    Domenico Ghirlandaio school, S. Maria Novella, Florence
    Rodolfo Ghirlandaio, Palazzo Vecchio, Florence
    Kremsmünster, Codex Millenarius
    Lanfranco, Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle
    J. Leonardo (attr.), Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle
    Wooden sculptures, Lincoln College chapel, Oxford
    London, BM, 15th-century Italian enamel cross
    London, British Library, Add. 11,850
    London, British Library, Add. 17,739
    London, British Library, Add. 34, 890
    Theodoor van Loon, Diest, St Catherine's
    Luca della Robbia
    Lucas van Leiden, Bartsch 100-103
    Imitator of Lucas van Leiden
    Bernardino Ludovisi, Rome, S. Trinità dei Pellegrini
    Niccolò Martinelli, drawings
    Master of 1466, Bartsch 63-66
    Master of 1466, Bartsch 67-70
    L. Mattielli, Dresden, Hofkirche
    Val de Grace, Paris
    Prague, Metropolitan Chapter Library, Cim. 2. IV. 60
    Pseudo-Boccaccino, El Paso, Texas
    Guido Reni, Duke of Beaufort coll.
    After Guido Reni, Bartsch undescribed
    Rome, S. Croce in Gerusalemme, facade
    Hans Leonhard Schäufelein, Bartsch undescribed
    Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Schatzkammerevangeliar
    Vienna, Nationalbibliothek, 1244
    Miscellaneous
  With Christ
  Unidentified
  Matthew
    Gospel
      Initial L
      Headpiece
    Symbol
    Single figure
      Head
      With money bag
      With sword
      With builder's rule
      With halberd
      With gospel (without angel)
      With gospel and nativity of Christ
      With the angel
    Caravaggio
    Stories
      Miscellaneous
      Martyrdom
  Mark
    Gospel
      Headpiece
    Symbol
    Cycles
      Pala d'Oro, Venice, S. Marco
      Scuola di S. Marco
      Salviati tapestries, Venice
      Tintoretto
    Single figure
      With lion
      Without lion
      With Abraham's sacrifice
      With baptism of Christ
      With other saints
    Stories
      Miscellaneous
      Martyrdom
      Posthumous miracles, etc.
  Luke
    Gospel
      Initial Q
      Headpiece
    Altar: Hans Bornemann, Hamburg
    Symbol
    With ox's head (Bucephalus)
    Presenting his gospel to Christ
    With Theophilus
    As author of the Acts
    With scenes from his gospel
    Stories
    Tomb, S. Giustina, Padua
    Single figure
      Writing
          With ox
          Without ox
          Filling/sharpening his quill etc.
      Not writing
          With ox
          Without ox
    Painting the Virgin
    Holding the Virgin's portrait as an attribute
  John
    Gospel
      Initial I
      Headpiece
    Dictating to Prochoros
    Symbols
    Head only
    Cycles
      Oxford, Bodleian, Auct. D. 4. 17
      Lambeth Apocalypse
      Florence, S. Croce (Giotto, A. Gaddi)
      Florence, S. Maria Novella, Filippino Lippi
      Augsburg, Hans Burgkmair
      Uffizi, Florence, drawings by Jan Gossaert
      Miscellaneous
    Single figure
      With eagle
      With chalice
      With eagle and chalice
      With book or scroll
      Without attribute or book
      With other saints
      With John the Baptist
      With Christ
    Stories
      In cauldron of oil
      On Patmos--see Apocalypse
      Raising of Drusiana
      The philosopher Crato
      Sticks and stones turned into gems and gold
      Destruction of the temple of Diana
      The poisoned chalice
      The robber youth
      Ascension
      Posthumous episodes
Doctors of the Church
  Greek
  Latin
    Cycles
      Bellaria, Bartsch 21-22
      Caprarola
      Lorenzo Ghiberti
      Goya
      Marcantonio school
      Jacob Matham after Giuseppe d'Arpino
      Girolamo Pallari, S. Marco, Venice
      Hans Springinklee, Bartsch undescribed
      Antonio Vivarini and Giovanni de Allemagna
      Hieronymus Wierix after Maerten de Vos
      Francisco de Zurbaran
      Miscellaneous
      Church fathers with four evangelists (or symbols)
    Ambrose
      Cycle
        S. Ambrogio, Milan
      Single figure
        With scourge
        With a dove at his ear
        With beehive
        In/with cradle (story of the bees)
        Without scourge, dove, beehive or cradle
      Stories
        Refusing Theodosius entrance to Milan cathedral
        Miscellaneous
    Augustine
      Cycles
        Gerolano Genga
        Benozzo Gozzoli
        Carl van Loo
        Arca di S. Agostino, Pavia
        Miscellaneous
      Single figure
        Not holding heart, not in study
        With St Donatus
        With heart
        In study
      Stories etc.
        With St Monica
        Conversion
        Baptism
        Ordination
        Debating
        With the child
        Washing feet of Christ
        Visions
        As a monk
        Miracles
        Adoring Virgin or crucifix
        Between Christ and Virgin ('Positus in medio')
        Triumphing over heresy
        With Cain and Abel
        With symbol of St John
        Miscellaneous
    Gregory
      Single figure
        With dove
        Without dove
      Stories etc.
        The angel on the tomb of Hadrian
        Feast of St Gregory
        Mass of St Gregory
        Saving souls from purgatory
        Miscellaneous
    Jerome
      Single figure
        Without lion
        With lion
        With Sts Paula and Eustochium
      In his study
        Pointing to skull
        Not pointing to skull
          With lion
          Without lion
      Pulling the thorn from the lion's paw
      Cycles
      Stories etc.
        Miscellaneous stories
        Flagellation
        Visions
        Angels appearing to him
        Angels appearing to him (Simon Vouet)
        Temptation
        Hearing the last trump
        Receiving communion from angels
        Last communion
        Death and apotheosis
        Adaptations
        Miscellaneous allegories etc.
        Posthumous apparitions
      In the wilderness
        Reading or writing
        Kneeling
          Before a crucifix
            Beating his chest
              One shoulder bare
              Both shoulders bare
              Both shoulders covered
            Not beating his chest
          Before image of the Virgin and Child
          Without crucifix or image of the Virgin and Child
        Seated
        Standing
        Lying
        Half-length
        With allegorical figures
Saints (other than Apostles, Evangelists and Doctors of the Church)
  Abacus--see Habakkuk
  Abdon and Sennen
  Abondius, bishop of Como
  Abondius, sexton at St Peter's
  Abraham, bishop
  Abraham of Chidane
  Acacius of Armenia
  Acacius of Melitene
  Acca
  Acepsimus
  Achatius--see Acacius of Armenia
  Ache and Acheul
  Acisclus
  Aconcio
  Actinea and Graeciniana
  Acutius and Eutyches
  Adalbert of Egmond
  Adalbert of Prague
  Adamnan
  Adauctus
  Adelaide, empress
  Adelaide, abbess of Villich
  Adalhardt (Adelard)
  Adelphus of Metz
  Adjutor
  Adolph of Maastricht--see Botolph
  Adrian of Canterbury
  Adrian of Nicomedia
  Adrian of Scotland
  Aegidius--see Giles
  Aemilian of Cogolla
  Aemilian of Faenza
  Afra of Augsburg
  Afra of Brescia
  Agabus
  Agatha
  Agatho
  Agilulf
  Agnellus
  Agnes of Assisi
  Agnes of Montepulciano
  Agnes of Rome
    Cycles
    Single figure & with other saints
    Martyrdom
    Miscellaneous scenes and miracles
  Agostino Novello (Blessed)
  Agricola of Avignon
  Agricola of Ravenna
  Agrippina
  Aidan
  Aigulphus
  Alban
  Albert (see Aubert)
  Albert of Chiatino
  Albert of Louvain
  Albert of Pisa (Blessed)--see Raynerius of Pisa
  Albert Siculus
  Albertinus
  Alberto degli Abati--see Albert Siculus
  Albertus Magnus
  Albinus (Aubin)
  Aldebrando--see Hildebrand
  Aldegonda
  Alena
  Alessandro--see Asteria
  Alexander I, pope
  Alexander of Bergamo
  Alexander of Fiesole
  Alexander of Rome
  Alexander Sauli
  Alexandra of Nicomedia
  Alexandra, nun
  Alexis
  Alexis Falconieri
  Alfonso Maria de' Liguori
  Alfonso Rodriguez
  Aloysius Gonzaga--see Luigi Gonzaga
  Alphege
  Altmann
  Alto
  Alypios
  Amalberga of Maubeuge
  Amalberga of the Scheldt
  Amandus of Maastricht
  Amantius
  Amatus
  Ambrogio Sansedoni (Blessed)
  Ambrose--see Doctors of the Church
  Amedeo (Blessed)
  Amelius and Amicus
  Ammon
  Anacletus
  Anastasia
  Anastasius I, pope
  Anastasius of Brescia
  Anastasius of Solin
  Anatolia
  Andrea Anagni (Blessed)
  Andrea Avellino
  Andrea Corsini
  Andrea Gallerani (Blessed)
  Andrea Grego (Blessed)
  Andrea da Fiesole--see Andrew of Ireland
  Andrew--see Apostles
  Andrew of Crete
  Andrew of Ireland
  Angela of Bohemia (Blessed)
  Angela of Foligno (Blessed)
  Angela Merici
  Angelus of Jerusalem
  Angilbert of St Riquier
  Anianus of Alexandria
  Anicetus, pope
  Anne, mother of the Virgin
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Stories
    Death
  Anne of Jerusalem
  Anno
  Ansanus
  Ansbertus
  Anselm of Canterbury
  Anselm of Lucca
  Anselm of Nonantola
  Ansgar
  Anthelmus
  Anthony Abbot
    Cycles
    Single figure
      With pig
      Without pig
      With saints
      Pennants
    Stories
      On his way to see Paul the Hermit
      With Paul the Hermit
      With the corpse of Paul the Hermit
      Miscellaneous miracles and legends
    Temptation
      Bosch
      Brueghel
      Teniers
      Tempted by devils, with devil-women
      Tempted by devils, without devil-women
      Tempted by a devil woman (no other devils)
      Tempted by devil women (no other devils)
      Beaten/assaulted by devils on the ground
      Carried aloft by devils
  Anthony of Padua
    Single figure etc.
      Single figure
      Holding heart
      Vine growing from chalice
      Sitting in a tree
      With other saints
    Vision of the Christ child
    Miracles
      The severed leg
      The baby's evidence clears its mother of adultery
      The miser's heart
      The praying mule
      Raising people from the dead
      Posthumous miracles and apparitions
    Cycles, preaching and miscellaneous
      Cycles
      Preaching
        To people
        To animals
        To fish
      Apotheosis
      Miscellaneous
  Anthony of Rome
  Antigius
  Antilia
  Antoninus of Florence
  Antoninus of Piacenza
  Apollinaire
  Apollonia
  Apollonius of Brescia
  Arbogast
  Arcadius
  Argimirus
  Ariosti, Corradino (Blessed)
  Aristeus
  Armagilo
  Armel
  Arnold of Soissons
  Arnulph of Metz
  Arsenius
  Artemia--see Constance
  Asteria
  Asterius of Ostia
  Athanasius
  Athala
  Athenogenes
  Attala--see Athala
  Attica--see Constance
  Aubert of Avranches
  Aubert of Cambrai
  Audax--see Anatolia
  Audifax--see Marius and companions
  Audit--see Ovide
  Audomarus--see Omer
  Augustine of Canterbury
  Augustine of Hippo--see Doctors of the Church
  Aurea of Ostia
  Aurelius, bishop of Rediciane
  Aurelius, martyr at Rome
  Austregisilus
  Austria, patron saints
  Avitus
  Avold, Avor--see Nabor
  Bacchus--see Sergius and Bacchus
  Balbina
  Barat, Madeleine Sophie--see Madeleine Sophie Barat
  Barbara
    Single figure
      With tower
        With martyr's palm, with eucharist
        With martyr's palm, without eucharist
        Without martyr's palm, with eucharist
        Without martyr's palm, without eucharist
      Without tower
        With martyr's palm, with eucharist
        Without martyr's palm, with eucharist
      With feather
      Trampling her father
      With sword
      With sword-lily (iris)
      With lightning
      Patroness of artillerymen
      Patroness of masons
      Protectress against sudden death
      No attributes
      With Catherine of Alexandria
      With saints other than Catherine
      With donors/suppliants
      Stories, including martyrdom
      Text
  Barbatianus
  Barlaam and Josaphat
  Barnabas--see Apostles
  Bartholomew--see Apostles
  Bartholomew of Grottaferrata--see Nilus of Grottaferrata
  Bartolo Buompedoni (Blessed)
  Basil
  Basilides
  Basilissa--see Julian and Basilissa
  Bassiano
  Bassus
  Baudime
  Bavo
  Beatrice
  Beatus
  Bede
  Begga
  Benedict II, pope
  Benedict Cerretani (Blessed)
  Benedict Joseph Labre
  Benedict the Moor
  Benedict of Norcia
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Stories
      Childhood
      The broken sieve
      Romanus lowering food
      Rolling in thorns
      Vestition of Placidus and Maurus
      Maurus saves Placidus from drowning
      With Totila/Totila's servant
      The serpent in the flagon of wine
      The storm at Scholastica's
      Death and apotheosis
      Raising from dead
      Exorcising
      Preaching
      Miscellaneous
  Benedict Revelli
  Benedicta
  Bénézet
  Benignus of Todi
  Benno
  Bernadette Soubirous
  Bernard of Aosta--see Bernard of Menthon
  Bernard of Clairvaux
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Vision of the Virgin, lactating
    Vision of the Virgin, not lactating
    With instruments of the Passion, etc.
    Embraced by Christ from the Cross
    Entering monastery at Cîteaux
    With the Duke of Aquitaine
    Blessing loaves of bread
    Miscellaneous
  Bernard of Menthon
  Bernard of Offida (Blessed)
  Bernard of Parma--see Bernard degli Uberti
  Bernard of Rupaforte
  Bernard of Tiron
  Bernard Tolomei (Blessed)
  Bernard degli Uberti
  Bernardino of Siena
    Cycles
    Preaching
    Single figure, with saints and donors
    Death and assumption
    Miscellaneous miracles and stories
  Bertin
  Bertrand
  Betto
  Bianco
  Bibiana
  Blaise
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Bonaventure
  Bonaventure of Forlí (Blessed)
  Boniface of Germany
  Boniface of Lausanne (Blessed)
  Boniface of Tarsus
  Boninsegna Cicciaporci
  Bononius
  Bonosa
  Bonosus of Antioch--see Maximilian of Antioch
  Bonosus of Treves
  Boris and Gleb
  Botolph
  Botvid
  Brendan
  Briccius (Brice)
  Brieuc--see Briocus
  Bridget of Ireland
  Bridget of Sweden
  Broicus
  Broccadelli, Lucia--see Lucy of Narni
  Bronislawa (Blessed)
  Bruno
  Brynolf
  Burchard
  Cadoc
  Caius
  Cajetanus--see Gaetano
  Calepodius
  Callixtus
  Calogero
  Camillus
  Campion, Edmund--see Edmund
  Candida
  Candidus
  Cantianilla
  Cantianus
  Cantius
  Canute IV
  Canute Lavard
  Carlo Borromeo
    Cycle
    Single figure
    Medals
    With Virgin
    With other saints
    At his devotions
    With plague victims
    Apotheosis
    Miscellaneous scenes
  Carlo Spinola (Blessed)
  Carpophorus--see Coronati
  Casilda
  Casimir
  Cassian of Imola
  Cassian of Todi
  Castorius--see (Five) Statuaries
  Castrense
  Cataldus
  Catherine of Alexandria
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Trampling Maxentius
      With sword only
      With sword in chest
      With two wheels
      Without sword or wheel
      Holding her head
      Without sword, with unbroken wheel
      Without sword, with broken wheel
      With sword and wheel
      With other saints
    Mystic marriage
      Shown image of Christ by Adrian
      With saints/angels
      Without saints, with angels
      With prophets
      With donors
      To the adult Christ
      Virgin, Child and Catherine only
      Catherine sleeping/dreaming
      Without Virgin Mary
    Stories
      Refusing to worship idols
      Breaking idols
      Dispute with doctors
      Martyrdom of doctors
      Empress Faustina visits Catherine in prison
      Angel announcing her martyrdom
      Destruction of the wheels of torture
      Beheading
      Borne by angels to Sinai
      Glorification
  Catherine of Bologna--see Catherine Vigri
  Catherine of Cardona
  Catherine of Genoa
  Catherine de' Ricci
  Catherine of Siena
    Single figure
    Trampling devil
    With devotees
    With other saints
    Handing out texts
    Cycles
    Stories
      Vision of Dominic, Francis and Benedict
      Mystic marriage
      Receives crown of thorns from Christ
      Swaps hearts with Christ
      Shown wounds by Christ
      Receives communion from angel/Christ
      Stigmatisation
      Brings pope from Avignon
      Exorcising
      Praying for various souls
      Death
      Apotheosis
      Canonisation
      Miscellaneous
  Catherine of Sweden
  Catherine Vigri of Bologna
  Cecilia
    Cycles
    Single figure
      With keyboard instruments
      With stringed instruments
      Singing
      Without musical instruments
      With other saints
      With Valerian
      Raphael and imitators
      Portraits historiés
    Stories
      Betrothal and marriage
      Martyrdom
      Apotheosis
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
  Cedd
  Celestine I, pope
  Celestine V--see Peter Celestine
  Celsus--see Nazarus and Celsus
  Chad
  Charlemagne
  Charles the Good (Blessed)
  Chelidonius--see Medin
  Chetillus--see Exuperius of Viborg
  Christeta--see Vincent, Sabine and Christeta
  Christina the Astonishing
  Christina of Bolsena
    Single figure
    Stories
  Christina of Tyre--see Christina of Bolsena
  Christopher
    Single figure
      With Christ child and hermit
      Alone with Christ child
      Alone
      With other saints
      With New Testament scenes
      With devils
      With other figures
      With donors
      Cynocephalous
    Cycle
    Stories
      Miscellaneous
      Martyrdom
    Adaptations
  Chromatius
  Chrysanthus and Daria
  Chrysogonus
  Ciriacus
  Cizy of Besançon
  Clair of Nantes
  Clare of Assisi
    Single figure
      Alone
      With other saints
    Cycles
    Stories
      Given palm by bishop of Assisi
      Vestition/haircut
      Gives rule of her order to pope
      Visions of Christ and Christ child
      Repels Saracens with pyx
      Death and funeral
      Miscellaneous miracles
      Miscellaneous
  Clare of Montefalco (Blessed)
  Clare of Rimini
  Clarus of Florence (Blessed)
  Claude of Besançon
  Claude of Rome--see (Five) Statuaries
  Clement I, pope
  Clement of Alexandria
  Clement of Volterra--see Justus and Clement
  Cletus--alternative name for Anacletus
  Clodoaldus
  Clodulphus
  Clothilda
  Cloud--see Clodoaldus
  Cointa--see Quinta
  Colette
  Colman of Austria
  Coloman--see Kilian
  Colomba da Rieti (Blessed)
  Columba of Iona
  Columba of Sens
  Columbanus
  Concordia--see Hippolytus
  Concordio
  Conrad of Ascoli (Blessed)
  Conrad of Constance
  Conrad of Piacenza
  Conrad of Urach (Blessed)
  Consortia
  Constance
  Constantia, Attica and Artemia
  Constantine
  Constantius of Perugia
  Constantius
  Copini, Maria Maddalena--see Maria Maddalena Copini
  Corbinian
  Cordula
  Corentin
  Cornelius
  Corona and Victor
  Coronati (Quattro)
  Cosmas and Damian
    Single figure
    Cycles
    Healing
    Martyrdom
    Miracle of the Ethiopian's leg
  Covat--see Cucuphas
  Crescentia--see Vitus
  Crescentius
  Cresci
  Crispin and Crispinian
  Crowned Martyrs (Four)--see Coronati
  Cucuphas
  Culgat--see Cucuphas
  Cunegunde of Bamberg
  Cunegunde of Poland
  Cunera
  Cunibert
  Cuthbert
  Cyprian of Antioch--see Justina of Antioch
  Cyprian of Carthage
  Cyriaca--see Dominica
  Cyriacus, deacon
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Cyriacus, pope
  Cyril of Alexandria
  Cyril of Belozersk
  Cyril of Constantinople
  Cyril and Methodius
  Cyrilla
  Dalmatius Moner--see Moner, Dalmatius
  Damasus
  Daniel of Padua
  David of Mynyw
  David of Västeras
  Davinus
  Decuman
  Deicolus
  Delphina (Blessed)
  Demetrius of Thessalonica
  Denis
  Denys of Rijkel (Venerable)
  Deocarus
  Desiderius of Alsace
  Desiderius of Benevento--see Januarius
  Devota
  Didymus of Alexandria
  Diego of Alcalá
  Diego Giuseppe of Cadiz (Blessed)
  Dionysius, pope
  Dionysius the Areopagite--see Denis
  Disibod
  Dismas
  Divy
  Dmitri
  Dominic of Calzada
  Dominic de Guzmán
    Cycles
    Single figure
      With the hound of God
      Without the hound of God
    Stories etc.
      His mother and the Domini canis
      His book in the heretics' fire
      Apparition of Peter and Paul
      Gives the rule of his order to pope
      Raises Napoleon Orsini from dead
      Angels bring loaves of bread
      Virgin appears to Dominic and his friars
      Various miracles
      Miscellaneous non-miraculous stories
      Apotheosis
      Vision at Soriano
      Receives rosary from Virgin
      With the Virgin--not receiving rosary
      Vision of the Virgin as intercessor
      Miscellaneous allegorical scenes
  Dominic of Silos
  Dominic of Sora
  Dominic del Val
  Dominica
  Domitilla
  Domninus of Fidenza
  Donatian
  Donatus of Arezzo
  Donatus of Fiesole
  Donnino--see Domninus
  Dorothy of Caesarea
  Dorothy of Murnau
  Dunstan
  Dymphna
  Eanswitha
  Ebba of Coldingham I
  Ebba of Coldingham II
  Eberhard of Salzburg
  Ecclesius
  Edburga
  Edern
  Edigna
  Ediltrude--see Etheldreda
  Edith of Wilton
  Edmind, king and martyr
  Edmund Campion (Blessed)
  Edward, king of England
  Edward the Confessor, king of England
  Efflam
  Egidius--see Giles
  Egwin
  Einbetta, Warbetta and Wilbetta
  Eleutherius, bishop
  Eleutherius, deacon
  Eleutherius, pope
  Elias of Egypt
  Eligius
    Single figure
    As smith or farrier
    Miracle of horse's hoof
    Consecrated bishop
    Preaching, healing etc.
  Elin--see Helen of Skövda
  Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist
  Elizabeth of Hungary
    Single figure
      With roses in her lap
      With the poor or sick
      Without the poor or sick
      Spinning
    Stories
      Cycles
      Giving alms etc.
      Washing lepers
      Crucified Christ in her husband's bed
      Bread turns into roses
      Miscellaneous
  Elizabeth of Portugal
  Elizabeth of Thuringia--see Elizabeth of Hungary
  Elmo--see Erasmus
  Eloy--see Eligius
  Elpidius
  Elzear
  Emerentiana
  Emeric—see Henry of Hungary
  Emerita
  Emetherius and Chelidonius--see Medin
  Emidius
  Emilius and Castus
  Emmeram
  Engelmond
  Engratia of Saragossa
  Enimie
  Enodoc
  Ephraim
  Ephysius
  Epimachus
  Epiphanius of Cyprus
  Epiphanius of Pavia
  Erasmus
    Single figure
    Cycles
    Being disembowelled
  Erembert
  Erentrude
  Erhard
  Eric IV Plovpennings, King of Denmark
  Eric IX, King of Sweden
  Ermengol
  Ermyn--see Armel
  Erundina--see Romola, Redempta and Erundina
  Eskill
  Ethelbert
  Ethelburga
  Etheldreda
  Eudaldo
  Eugenia
  Eusenius I, pope
  Eugenius of Carthage
  Eugenius of Florence
  Eugenius of Toledo I
  Eugenius of Toledo II
  Eulalia
  Eulogius
  Euphemia
  Euphrasia of Egypt
  Euphrasia of San Michele (Blessed)
  Euphrosyne of Alexandria
  Euphrosyne, companion of Ursula
  Eurosia
  Eusebius of Cremona
  Eusebius of Vercelli
  Eusignius
  Eustace
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Stories
      Conversion
      His sons
      Martyrdom
      Miscellaneous
  Eustace of Luxeuil
  Eustathius--see Eustace
  Eustochium
  Eustolia
  Eutyches--see Acutius
  Eutychianus, pope
  Eutitius
  Eutropius
  Evaristus
  Evasius
  Eventius
  Ewald the Dark and Ewald the Fair
  Exuperius of Bayeux
  Exuperius of the Theban Legion
  Exuperius of Toulouse
  Exuperius of Viborg
  Eystein Erlendssön
  Fabian
  Fabiola
  Faith
  Fausta
  Faustina and Flaminia
  Faustinus--see Florentius
  Faustinus and Jovita
  Febronia
  Felicissimus
  Felicitas and her seven sons
  Felicitas of Carthage
  Felicula--see Petronilla
  Felix III, pope
  Felix IV, pope
  Felix of Cantalice
  Felix of Dunwich
  Felix of Gerona I
  Felix of Gerona II
  Felix of Lodi--see Nabor
  Felix of Nola
  Felix of Valois
  Felix and Adauctus
  Ferdinand III, king of Castile
  Festus, see Januarius
  Fiacre
  Fidelis of Sigmaringen
  Fina
  Fiorenzo--see Florentius
  Firmin of Amiens I
  Firmin of Amiens II
  Firmina
  Flavia--see Placidus
  Flavia Domitilla--see Domitilla
  Flavian
  Flavius Clemens
  Flora and Lucilla
  Florentius of Orange
  Florentius of Perugia
  Florian of Lorch
  Floriana--see Faustina and Flaminia
  Floridus
  Florin
  Florus and Laurus
  Foillan
  Fortunata of Agen
  Fortunatus of Spoleto
  Forty Martyrs
  Four Crowned Martyrs
  Fourteen Holy Helpers--see Holy Helpers
  Foy--see Faith
  Francesca Romana
  Francis of Assisi
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Alone
      With Franciscan saints
      With other saints
    Stories
      In meditation/prayer
      Levitating
      Stigmatisation
        With Leo
          With lines linking wounds of Christ and Francis
          Without lines linking wounds of Christ and Francis
          Blessing for Leo
        Without Leo
        Supported/comforted by angels
      Visions
        Of the Virgin and Child
        Of the Virgin and Christ at Portiuncula
        Of a musician angel
        Embracing Christ on the Cross
        Miscellaneous
      Renouncing his father
      Wedding Poverty
      Supporting the Lateran
      Before the Sultan
      The wolf of Gubbio
      Meeting St Dominic
      Instituting cult of the presepio
      Preaching to birds and oter animals
      Miscellaneous miracles
      Last communion
      Death and funeral
      Apparitions and posthumous miracles
      Pope Nicholas V at his tomb
      Miscellaneous
    Allegories
      Interceding
      Miscellaneous
  Francis Borgia
  Francis of Paola
  Francis Patrizi--see Francis of Siena
  Francis of Siena (Blessed)
  Francis Xavier
    Cycle
    Single figure
    Stories
    Death
  Francis Xavier and Ignatius Loyola
    Cycle
    Dual images
  Franco da Grotti--see Franco da Siena
  Franco da Siena (Beato)
  François de Sales
  Françoise de Chantal--see Jeanne de Chantal
  Frederick of Utrecht
  Frediano--see Frigidianus
  Frideswide
  Fridolin
  Frigidianus
  Froilanus
  Fromund
  Frontonius
  Fructuosus of Braga
  Fructuosus of Tarragona
  Fulbert
  Fulgentius of Astigi
  Fulgentius of Ruspe
  Fursey
  Fustianus
  Gabriele Ferretti
  Gaetano
  Gaianus
  Galantini, Ippolito (Blessed)
  Galdinus
  Galgano
  Gall of Bregenz
  Gall, bishop
  Galla
  Gallican
  Gaudentius of Brescia
  Gaudentius of Rimini
  Gaudiosus
  Gaugericus
  Gebhard
  Gelasius
  Geminiano
  Gemma Galgani
  Genesia
  Genesius of Arles
  Genesius of La Jara
  Genesius of Rome
  Genevieve of Brabant
  Genevieve of Paris
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Gennaro--see Januarius
  Genoveva--see Genevieve
  Gentianus, Victorinus and Fustianus
  George
    Cycles
    Specific works
      Bavarian sculpture ca 1525
      Donatello
      Bernt Notke
      Raphael
      Sodoma
    Single figure
      Without the dragon
    George and the dragon
      On foot
        Dragon showing signs of life
        Dragon dead
      On horseback
        Without the princess
        With princess
          With lamb
          Dragon on leash
          Without lamb, dragon not on leash
    Stories
      George and the princess, after the battle
      Baptising the people of Silena
      Martyrdom
        Having his flesh torn
        George and the enchanter
        On the wheel
        The scourging of Dacian's wife
        Beheading
    Miscellaneous
      Helping Christians fight Saracens
      Adaptations
      Miscellaneous
  Gerald of Béziers
  Gerard of Brogne
  Gerard of Sagredo
  Gerard of Villamagna (Blessed)
  Gerebern--see Dymphna
  Gereon
  Germain, bishop missionary
  Germain of Auxerre
  Germain of Granfeld
  Germain of Moutier-Granval
  Germain of Paris
  Germain of Talloires
  Germaine Cousin
  Gertrude the Great--see Gertrude of Helfta
  Gertrude of Helfta
  Gertrude of Nivelles
  Gervasius and Protasius
  Géry--see Gaugericus
  Gherardesca of Pisa
  Ghislain
  Giacinto--see Hyacinth
  Giacomo della Marca
  Giacomo Benfatti (Blessed)
  Giles
  Giles of Assisi (Blessed)
  Gimignano--see Geminiano
  Gimer
  Giovanna--see Joan
  Giovanni e Paolo--see John and Paul
  Girolamo Emiliani
  Giuseppe Benedetto Cottolengo
  Gleb--see Boris and Gleb
  Goar
  Goban
  Godelieva
  Godfrey of Kappenberg
  Gomaire--see Gummar
  Gomarus--see Gummar
  Gonsalvus of Amarante (Blessed)
  Gonzaga, Aloysius/Louis/Luigi--see Luigi Gonzaga
  Gorcum, Martyrs of--see Martyrs of Gorcum
  Gothard
  Graeciniana--see Actinea and Graeciniana
  Grata
  Gratus
  Gregory VII, pope
  Gregory the Great--see Doctors of the Church
  Gregory the Illuminator
  Gregory the Moor
  Gregory Nazianzenus
  Gregory Thaumaturgus
  Gudula
  Guénolé--see Gwenael
  Guido of Anderlecht--see Guy of Anderlecht
  Guido of Pomposa
  Guirec
  Gummar
  Gutmann--see Homobonus
  Guthlac
  Guy of Anderlecht
  Gwenael
  Habakkuk--see Marius and companions
  Hadelin
  Hallvard
  Hathebrandus
  Hedwig
  Helen of Skövda
  Helenus of Troyes
  Helpers--see Holy Helpers
  Henry II, emperor
  Henry of Hungary
  Henry of Uppsala
  Herbaud
  Herculanus
  Heribert
  Hermagoras
  Hermann-Joseph (Blessed)
  Hermengild
  Hermes
  Hidulphus
  Hieron
  Hieronymus--see Hieron
  Hieronymus--see Jerome
  Hilarion of Gaza
  Hilary of Arles
  Hilary of Poitiers
  Hilary of Toulouse
  Hilda
  Hildebrand
  Hildegard of Bingen
  Himerius
  Hippolytus Galantinus
  Hippolytus of Rome
  Holy Helpers
  Holy Innocents--see Petronius
  Hommebon--see Homobonus
  Homobonus
  Honora--see Efflam
  Honoratus of Amiens
  Honoratus of Arles
  Honoré--see Honoratus
  Hormisdas
  Hosanna of Mantua
  Hospice
  Hubert
  Hugh of Grenoble
  Hugh of Lincoln
  Hugh Postilli (Blessed)
  Hugh of St Cher--see Hugh Postilli
  Hugh of Volterra
  Humiliana de' Cerchi (Blessed)
  Humility of Faenza
  Hungary, patron saints
  Hyacinth, martyr--see Eugenia
  Hyacinth of Poland
  Hyacinth Marescolti--see Marescolti, Hyacinth
  Hyginus
  Hymer--see Himerius
  Idda
  Ignatius of Antioch
  Ignatius Loyola (see also Francis Xavier)
    Cycle
    Portraits
    Medals
    Single figure
    Visions of Christ and Christ Child
    Allegories
    Stories
  Ildefonso
    Single figure
    Receiving the chasuble from the Virgin
    Cutting part of Leocadia's veil
    Miscellaneous stories
  Illuminata of Todi
  Imelda Lambertini--see Lambertini, Imelda
  Ingrid
  Innocence of Rimini
  Innocents--see Holy Innocents
  Iolanda--see Jolenta
  Ioscio--see Joscio
  Ippolito Galantini--see Galantini, Ippolito
  Irenaeus of Chiusi
  Irene of Portugal
  Irene of Rome
  Irmina of Treves
  Isberga--see Ittisberga
  Isidore of Chios
  Isidore the Labourer-see Isidore of Madrid
  Isidore of Madrid
  Isidore of Seville
  Itha--see IddaItisberga
  Ives
  Ivetta
  Ivo--see Ives
  Jacopone da Todi (Blessed)
  James, deacon--see Marianus and James
  James the Great--see Apostles
  James Intercisus
  James the Less--see Apostles
  James della Marca--see Giacomo della Marca
  James Kisai
  James the Penitent
  Jane of Tolosa
  Januarius
  Japanese Martyrs--see Martyrs of Japan
  Jean-François Régis
  Jean-Marie Vianney
  Jeanne de Chantal
  Jeanne d'Arc--see Joan of Arc
  Jeanne-Antide Thouret
  Jeanne de Valois--see Joan of Valois
  Jeroen--see Hieron
  Jerome--see Doctors of the Church
  Jerome of Noordwijk--see Hieron
  Joachim, father of the Virgin Mary
  Joachim of Siena (Blessed)
  Joan of Arc
  Joan of Orvieto
  Joan of Signa (blessed)
  Joan of Valois
  Job
  Jocundus
  Jodocus
  Johannes Climacus
  John the Almoner
  John of Avila (Blessed)
  John the Baptist
    Single figure
      As a child/infant
      As a beardless youth
        With lamb or ram
        Without lamb or ram
      Bearded
        With lamb
          On book
          In disc
          Not on book or disc
        Without lamb
      With other saints
      Winged
    Cycles
    Stories
      His parents
      Annunciation to Zacharias
      Birth
      Circumcision
      Zacharias writes his name
      Elizabeth and John fleeing Jerusalem
      Going into the desert
      Baptising
      Bearing witness
      'I am not the Christ'
      'Ecce agnus dei'
      Christ blessing John
      Denouncing Herod and Herodias
      Preaching
        Herod present
        Herod not present
        To the pharisees (cf. John bearing witness)
      Martyrdom
        Cycles
        Arrest and imprisonment
        Salome: single figure
        Dance of Salome
          Before beheading of John
          With beheading
        Beheading
          Without Salome
          Salome watching, not receiving head
          Salome receiving head
            Body of John visible
            Body of John not visible
          Salome with head of John
          Head of John the Baptist
        Presentation of the head
          With beheading
          By servant
          By Salome
          By Salome, not at banquet
          By Salome and servant
          Mutilation by Herodias
        Entombment
      Miscellaneous scenes after death
      Miscellaneous miracles
  John Baptist of the Conception (Blessed)
  John Berchmans
  John of Beverley
  John of Bridlington
  John of Capestrano
  John Chrysostom
    Miscellaneous
    Myth of his penitence
  John of the Cross
  John Damascene
  John Davy (Blessed)
  John of Egypt
  John the Divine--see Evangelists
  John the Evangelist--see Evangelists
  John Fisher
  John of God
  John of Goto
  John Gualbertus
  John Houghton (Blessed)
  John the Kalyvite
  John of Matha
  John of Nepomuk
  John the New
  John of Plano
  John of Sahagún
  John of San Facondo--see John of Sahagún
  John I, pope
  John and Paul, martyrs
  Jolenta (Blessed)
  Jordan of Saxony (Blessed)
  Josaphat Kuncewycz
  Joscio Roseus
  Joseph
    Single figure
      Without Christ Child
      With Christ Child
    Crowned by Christ
    As a carpenter
    Death
  Joseph of Arimathaea
  Joseph of Calasanza
  Joseph of Copertino
  Joseph of Leonessa
  Joseph Oriol
  Josse--see Jodocus
  Jucundus--see Jocondus
  Judas Thaddeus--see Apostles
  Jude--see Judas Thaddeus
  Judocus--see Jodocus
  Julia of Certaldo (Blessed)
  Julia of Corsica
  Julian of Anazarbus
  Julian of Cuenca
  Julian the Hospitaller
  Julian of Istria--see Julian of Rimini
  Julian of Perugia
  Julian the Poor--see Julian the Hospitaller
  Julian of Rimini
  Julian of Silistria
  Julian and Basilissa
  Juliana of Bologna
  Juliana of Cornillon
  Juliana Falconieri
  Juliana of Nicomedia
  Julitta of Caesarea in Cappadocia
  Julius I, pope
  Julius of Orta
  Justa of Aquila--see Justa of Siponto
  Justa of Siponto
  Justa and Rufina
  Justina of Antioch
  Justina of Padua
  Justinus of Chieti
  Justus of Trieste
  Justus and Clement
  Jutta--see Ivetta
  Juvenalis
  Kacukylla
  Kenelm
  Kieran
  Kilian
  Ladislas
  Lambert
  Lambertini, Imelda (Blessed)
  Landelin
  Lanfranco of Canterbury (Blessed)
  Lanfranco of Pavia
  Laumer
  Lawrence
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Without other saints
      With other saints
    Distributing alms
    Martyrdom
  Lazarus of Bethany
  Lazarus of Constantinople
  Leander
  Leger--see Leodegar
  Leo I, the Great, pope
  Leo III, pope
  Leo IV, pope
  Leocadia of Toledo
  Leodegar
  Leonard of Limoges
  Leopold
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Léu--see Loup
  Liberalis
  Liberius
  Libertus
  Liborius
  Licerius
  Liduina--see Lydwina
  Lidwyna--see Lydwina
  Limbania (Blessed)
  Linus
  Lioba
  Liphardus
  Livinus
  Lodovica Albertoni (Blessed)
  Longinus
  Lorenzo Giustiniani
  Louis IX, king of France
  Louis of Anjou--see Louis of Toulouse
  Louis Bertrán
  Louis Gonzaga--see Luigi Gonzaga
  Louis of Toulouse
  Louise de Marillac
  Loup of Sens
  Loup of Troyes
  Loy--see Eligius
  Lucia--see Lucy
  Lucian of Antioch
  Lucilla and Nemesius
  Lucina
  Lucius I, Pope
  Lucius of Coire
  Lucius of Como
  Lucretia
  Lucy
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Holding eyes
      Not holding eyes
    Stories
      Oxen cannot drag her
      Martyrdom
      Miscellaneous
  Lucy of Narni (Blessed)
  Lud--see Lucius of Coire
  Ludgarda
  Ludger
  Ludmilla
  Luduina--see Lydwina
  Luglius and Luglian
  Luigi Gonzaga
  Luitgard
  Luke
  Lullus
  Lupus, bishop of Verona
  Lupus--see Loup
  Luthard
  Lydwina
  Macarius of Alexandria
  Macarius of Antioch
  Macarius of Egypt, the Great
  Macarius of Rome
  Macrina
  Madeleine Sophie Barat
  Maddalena Copini--see Maria Maddalena Copini
  Maffeo (Blessed)
  Maginold--see Mang
  Maginus
  Maglorius
  Magnoald--see Mang
  Magnus of Füssen--see Mang
  Magnus of Oderzo
  Malatesta, Roberto (Blessed)
  Malchus
  Mamas
  Mammas--see Mamas
  Mang
  Mangold--see Mang
  Mansuetus of Toul
  Marcella
  Marcella--see Potamiena
  Marcellina
  Marcellinus of Deventer
  Marcellinus of Perugia--see Florentius
  Marcellinus, pope
  Marcellinus and Marcus
  Marcellinus and Peter
  Marcellus I
  Marcellus of Léon
  Marcellus of Paris
  Marciana
  Marculf
  Marcus
  Mareri, Philippa--see Philippa Mareri
  Marescotti, Hyacinth
  Margaret of Antioch
    Single figure
      With dragon, but not emerging from it
      As shepherdess
      Neither of the above
    Cycles
    Stories
      Seen by Olybrius while tending sheep
      Appearing before Olybrius
      Emerging from dragon
      Trampling devil in human form
      Beheading
  Margaret of Cortona
  Margaret of Hungary
  Margaret of Scotland
  Margaret Mary Alacocque
  Maria de la Cabeza (Blessed)
  Maria de Cervellon
  Maria Egyptiaca--see Mary of Egypt
  Maria Goretti
  Maria dell'Incarnazione (Blessed)
  Maria Maddalena--see Mary Magdalene
  Maria Maddalena Copini (Blessed)
  Maria Maddalena de' Pazzi
  Mariana de Jesus
  Marianus and James
  Maries, the Three (cf. Resurrection: Visitors to the empty sepulchre)
  Saintes Maries de la Mer
  Marina of Antioch
  Marina of Egypt
  Marino--see Marinus
  Marinus
  Marius of Lausanne
  Marius, Martha, Audifax and Habakkuk
  Mark--see Evangelists
  Mark of Egypt
  Martha of Bethany
  Martha--see Marius and companions
  Martial
  Martin I, pope
  Martin of Porres
  Martin of Tours
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Stories, miscellaneous
    Dividing his cloak
  Martin of Valencia
  Martina
  Martyrs of Gorcum
  Martyrs of Japan
  Mary Cleophas--see Maries, Saintes Maries de la Mer
  Mary of Egypt
  Mary Magdalene
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Not shown as penitent
        With ointment jar
          Without book
          With book
        Without ointment jar
        With other saints
      Penitent, in desert
        Titian and followers
        With jar
          Without skull
            With cross
            Without cross
          With skull
            With cross
            Without cross
        Without jar
          Without skull
            With cross
            Without cross
          With skull
            With cross
            Without cross
    Stories
      Life before conversion
      Reproved by Martha
      Led to hear Christ preaching
      Penitent (not in desert)
      Tempted
      In scenes from life of Christ
      Voyage to Marseilles
      Story of the prince of Marseilles
      Lifted up by angels at the canonical hour
      Given communion by angels
      Ecstasy
      Last communion
      Death and burial
    Miscellaneous
      Portraits of women as penitent Magdalenes
      Miscellaneous
  Mary of Oignies
  Mary of Rome
  Mary Salome--see Maries, Saintes Maries de la Mer
  Maternus
  Mathurin
  Matilda of Helfta--see Mechtilde of Helfta
  Matthew--see Evangelists
  Matthias--see Apostles
  Matthias of Cologne--see Mattia da Colonia
  Mattia da Colonia (Blessed)
  Maurelius of Ferrara
  Maurice
  Maurilius
  Maurinus
  Maurontus of Breuil
  Maurontus of Marseilles
  Maurus of Foligno
  Maurus of Glanfeuil
  Maurus of Huy
  Maurus of Parenzo
  Maurus of Rome
  Maxima of Rome
  Maximilian of Antioch (and Bonosus)
  Maximilian of Lorch
  Maximinus of Aix-en-Provence
  Maximinus of Padua
  Mechtilde of Helfta
  Medard
  Medin
  Megingaud--see Meingosus
  Megingoz--see Meingosus
  Meingosus
  Meinrad
  Melania I
  Melania II
  Melanius
  Melchiades
  Melchior
  Menas of Alexandria
  Mercurius of Caesarea
  Merry
  Methodius of Constantinople
  Methodius of Olympus
  Methodius, apostle of the Slavs--see Cyril and Methodius
  Michael, archangel--see Angelic hierarchy
  Michele dei Santi
  Michelina of Pesaro (Blessed)
  Milburga
  Millan--see Aemilian
  Milliau
  Miltiades--see Melchiades
  Miniatus
  Mitre
  Modesta
  Modestus
  Moner, Dalmatius
  Monica
  Montan of La Fère
  Moses the Black
  Musa
  Mustiola
  Nabor and Felix
  Narcissus
  Natalis of Casale
  Natalis of Milan
  Nazarius and Celsus
  Nectaire
  Nectan
  Neot
  Nereus and Achilleus--see Domitilla
  Nestor
  Nicasius
  Nicetius
  Nicodemus--see Petronilla
  Niccolò Albergati (Blessed)
  Nicholas of Bari
    Cycles
    Single figure
      With golden balls
      Without golden balls
      As protector of children
      East European images
    Stories
      As a baby, he stands up and praises God
      The three girls' dowry
      Saves a ship in distress
      Miracle of the grain
      The tree of Diana
      The three condemned soldiers
      The three condemned princes
      The three pickled boys
      Reinstated as bishop by Christ and the Virgin
      Miracles at his tomb
      Miracle of Adeodatus
      Miscellaneous
  Nicholas of Flue
  Nicholas of Myra--see Nicholas of Bari
  Nicholas of Paglia (Blessed)
  Nicholas of Tolentino
  Nicodemus
  Nicomedes
  Nicostratus--see (Five) Statuaries
  Nilamon
  Nilus
  Nitidia
  Non
  Nona--see Marcellus of Léon
  Norbert
  Notburga of Eben (Blessed)
  Nothelfer--see Holy Helpers
  Notker, Balbulus
  Nympha
  Octavian
  Ocysellas
  Oda
  Odilia of Alsace
  Odilia of Huy
  Odilo of Cluny
  Odo
  Olaf
  Ol[d]egarius
  Olympia
  Omer
  Onuphrius
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Omobono--see Homobonus
  Opportuna
  Orico degli Umiliati
  Orientius
  Orosia
  Osanna of Mantua--see Hosanna of Mantua
  Osburga
  Oswald of Northumbria
  Oswald of Worcester
  Osyth
  Othilia--see Odilia
  Otmar
  Ottilia--see Odilia
  Otto
  Ovide
  Pachomius
  Padua, patron saints of
  Pakene and Victor
  Palatia
  Pancras
  Pantaleon
  Pantalus
  Paolino--see Paulinus
  Papianus--see Maurus of Rome
  Paphnutius
  Parasceve
  Pardulphus
  Paschal Baylón
  Paschasius Radbertus
  Paterius
  Paternianus
  Patientia
  Patrick
  Patroclus
  Paul--see Apostles
  Paul the Hermit
  Paul of Léon
  Paula
  Paulina of Rome
  Paulina of Thuringia
  Paulinianus and companions
  Paulinus of Lucca
  Paulinus of Nola
  Paulinus of York
  Pelagia of Jerusalem
  Pelagia and Repisme
  Pelagius of Cordova
  Pellegrino Laziosi
  Perboyre, John Gabriel (Blessed)
  Peregrine
  Pergentinus and Laurentianus
  Perpetua and companions
  Perpetuus
  Peter--see Apostles
  Peter of Alcántara
  Peter of Arbuès
  Peter Canisius
  Peter of Castelnau (Blessed)
  Peter Celestine
  Peter Damian
  Peter the Exorcist--see Marcellinus and Peter
  Peter Gonzales—see Telmo
  Peter Igneus (Blessed)
  Peter of Luxemburg (Blessed)
  Peter Martyr
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Miscellaneous stories
    Martyrdom
    Martyrdom: after Titian
  Peter Nolasco
  Peter Pectinarius (Blessed)
  Peter Regalado
  Peter Thomas
  Peter Urraca (Servant of God)
  Peter of Verona--see Peter Martyr
  Peter Vincioli
  Petronilla
  Petronius of Bologna
  Philastrus
  Philip--see Apostles
  Philip Benizzi
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Stories
  Philip Ciardella
  Philip, deacon--see Acts of the Apostles
  Philip of Florence--see Philip Benizzi
  Philip Neri
    Cycles
    Miscellaneous
    Visions
  Philippa Mareri
  Philomena
  Phocas
  Piat
  Pietro di San Pietro--see Peter Vincioli
  Piran--see Kieran
  Pirminius
  Pius V, pope
  Pius X, pope
  Placidus and companions
  Placidus--see Sigisbert and Placidus
  Plautilla of Rome
  Plautilla, virgin martyr
  Pol-de-Leon--see Paul of Léon
  Polycarp of Rome
  Polycarp of Smyrna
  Pontianus, pope
  Pontianus of Spoleto
  Poppo
  Potamiena
  Porfirio of Camerino
  Praxedis and Pudentiana
  Primianus
  Primus
  Prisca
  Probus of Verona
  Probus--see Cantius
  Processus and Martinianus
  Procopius of Bohemia
  Proculus of Bologna
  Proculus of Naples--see Januarius
  Prosdocimus
  Prosper
  Protus and Hyacinthus--see Eugenia
  Prudentius of Tarazona
  Publius
  Pulcheria
  Quattro Coronati--see Coronati
  Quentin
  Quinta
  Quintin--see Quentin
  Quiquenvat--see Cucuphas
  Quiricus and Julitta
  Quirinus of Neuss
  Quirinus of Siscia
  Quiteria
  Radegund of France
  Radegund of Wellenburg--see Radiana
  Radiana
  Ragenulfa--see Reynolfa
  Rainer--see Raynerius
  Ramon Lull
  Randoaldus
  Rasius
  Raymond Nonnatus
  Raymond of Peñafort
  Raynald of Concoreggio (Blessed)
  Raynald of Nocera
  Raynerius of L'Aquila
  Raynerius of Borgo San Sepolcro (Blessed)
  Raynerius of Pisa
  Redempta--see Romola
  Regintrudis
  Regula
  Regulus
  Reinold
  Remy
  Remy of Fécomp (Blessed)
  René
  Reperata
  Restituta
  Reynolfa
  Richard, king of Wessex
  Richard of Chichester
  Rigardis
  Rita of Cascia
  Rivoal
  Robert
  Roch
    Cycles
    Single figure (see also Sebastian)
      With dog, with angel
      Without dog, with angel
      With dog, without angel
      Without dog, without angel
    Tending/giving alms to plague-sufferers
    Interceding for plague-sufferers
    Miscellaneous storis
  Roderick
  Romanos, deacon
  Romanus of Lucca
  Romanus and Barulas
  Rombaud--see Romoldus
  Romedio
  Romola, Redempta and Erundina
  Romoldus
  Romuald
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Romulus
  Ronan
  Rosa of Lima
  Rosalia
  Rose of Viterbo
  Rosina
  Rosseline of Villeneuve-léz-Avignon (Blessed)
  Roxane
  Rufina
  Rufinus
  Rumbold--see Romoldus
  Rupert
  Sabbas
  Sabina
  Sabinus, bishop of Assisi
  Saints Guérisseurs, Les
  Salvator of Horta
  Salvius of Albi
  Salvius of Amiens
  Sara, servant to the Maries
  Sara, abbess
  Saturninus
  Satyrus--see Marcellina
  Savine
  Savinus, bishop of Assisi—see Sabinus
  Savinus, hermit
  Scholastica
  Schorne, Sir John
  Sebaldus
  Sebastian
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Not being martyred
      With Roch
      With other saints
    Before the martyrdom
      Story of Marcellinus and Marcus
      Curing Zoë of dumbness
      Story of Chromatius
      Being tied to tree or column
    Martyred
      Alone
        Full-length
          Pierced by arrows
            Tied to a tree
            Tied to a column
          Not pierced by arrows, tied to tree or column
          Not tied to tree or column
        Less than full-length
      With bowmen
        Tied to a tree
        Tied to a column
        Not tied to tree or column
      Crowned by angels
      With figures other than bowmen or saints
    Being tended to
      By Irene
      By angels
    After the martyrdom
      Deposition
      Cudgelled to death
      Thrown into Cloaca Maxima
      Entombment
      Assumption
    Miscellaneous
      Interceding/with donors
      Adaptations
  Secundus of Avila
  Secundus of the Theban Legion
  Seiriol
  Senatore Septala
  Seraphia
  Serapion, mercedarian
  Serapion, hermit
  Sergius, pope
  Sergius, hermit
  Sergius and Bacchus
  Servandus
  Servatius
  Seton, Elizabeth Ann
  Seven Sleepers of Ephesus--see Sleepers of Ephesus
  Severa
  Severinus of Cologne
  Severinus of Noricum
  Severinus of Sanseverino
  Severus of Barcelona
  Severus of Naples
  Severus of Ravenna
  Sexburga
  Sidor of Rostoff
  Sidwell
  Siffrein
  Sigfrid
  Sigisbert
  Sigisbert and Placid
  Sigismund
  Silverius
  Silvester--see Sylvester
  Silvia--see Sylvia
  Simeon
  Simeon the Stylite
  Simon Fidati of Cascia (Blessed)
  Simon de Roxas
  Simon Stock
  Simon of Trent
  Simpertus (Symprecht)
  Simplicius
  Sisinnius
  Sixtus
  Sleepers of Ephesus, The Seven
  Solange
  Solutare
  Sophia—see Theological Virtues, cycles
  Sophronia
  Sosius
  Sotera
  Speciosa
  Spiridon
  Stanislaus of Cracow
  Stanislaus Kostka
  Statuaries, The Five
  Stephen, protomartyr
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Alone
      With other saints
      As intercessor/with donors
    Stories, other than stoning
    Stoning
      With Saul
      Without Saul
  Stephen, pope
  Stephen, king of Hungary
  Sulpice
  Sunniva
  Susanna
  Suzo, Henry (blessed)
  Swibert
  Swithin
  Sylvester
  Sylvia
  Sylvia Rufina
  Symphorian
  Syncletica
  Syrus
  Talida
  Tarsilla
  Tatiana
  Telemachus
  Telius
  Telmo (Peter Gonzales)
  Ten Thousand Martyrs of Ararat
  Terenzio of Pesaro
  Terenzio of Todi
  Thais
  Thecla
  Thegonnec
  Theobald
  Theodard
  Theodgar
  Theodora and Didymus
  Theodore of Lucca
  Theodore of Studium
  Theodore Stratelatos--see Theodore Tyro
  Theodore Tyro
  Theodore of Verona
  Theodosia
  Theodosius of Tot'ma
  Theodulus, bishop
  Theodulus, deacon
  Theofredus
  Theresa of Avila
    Single figure
    Adorned by holy family
    Heart pierced by angelic arrow
    Inspired by holy dove
    Miscellaneous visions/glories
    Miscellaneous
  Theresa of Lisieux
  Thiemo
  Thierry
  Thomas Aquinas
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Temptation
    Teaching/preaching/disputing
    With Sts Peter and Paul
    'Bene scripsisti de me Thoma'
    Allegories
    Miscellaneous
  Thomas à Becket
  Thomas Garnet
  Thomas More
  Thomas Nacci
  Thomas of Villanueva
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Titus
  Toribio
  Totnan
  Tropez
  Trophimus
  Trudo
  Trudpert
  Tryphonius
  Tugean
  Ubaldo
  Ulphia
  Ulrich
  Urban
  Urius
  Ursicinus of Luxeuil
  Ursicinus of Ravenna
  Ursula
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Miscellaneous
      With schutzmantel
    Stories
      Miscellaneous
      Martyrdom
  Ursus of Aosta
  Ursus of Ravenna
  Ursus of the Theban Legion
  Vaast
  Valentine
  Valeria
  Valerian and Tiburtius
  Valérie—see Valeria
  Valerius
  Varmondus
  Vedastus
  Venantius
  Veneranda
  Veranus
  Verdiana
  Verecundus
  Verena
  Verny
  Veronica (see also Christ carrying the Cross, Vernicle)
  Veronica of Binasco (Blessed)
  Vicenta Maria Lopez Vicuña (Blessed)
  Victor, pope
  Victor of Marseilles
  Victor of Milan
  Victor of Solothurn
  Victorinus of Assisi
  Victorinus of Siena
  Vigilius
  Villana de Bottis (Blessed)
  Vincent Ferrer
    Cycles
    Miscellaneous
  Vincent Madelgar
  Vincent de Paule
  Vincent of Saragossa
    Cycles
    Nuno Gonçalves polyptych
    Single figure
    Martyrdom
  Vincent, Sabina and Christeta
  Virgilius
  Vitalis of Ravenna
  Vitalis, bishop of Salzburg
  Vitus
  Vladimir
  Walpurga
  Waltrude
  Warbede
  Wenceslas
  Wendelin
  Werburgh
  Werenfried
  Werstan
  Wiborad
  Wigbert
  Wilfrid
  Wilgefortis
  Willehold
  William of Aquitaine
  William of Eskilsö
  William of Fenoglio (Blessed)
  William of Monte Vergine—see William of Vercelli
  William of Norwich
  William of Vercelli
  William of York
  Willibald
  Willibede
  Willibrord
  Willigis
  Winifred
  Winnoc
  Wiro
  Wita
  Wivina
  Wolfgang
  Wulfram
  Wulstan
  Yves--see Ives
  Zacharias, pope
  Zacharias, father of John the Baptist
  Zeno
  Zenobius
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Raises child from dead
    Miscellaneous stories
  Zita
  Zoë
  Zosimus of Russia
  Zosimus of the Thebaïd
  Zürich, patron saints of—see Felix, Regula and Exuperantius
Groups of saints
All Saints
Saints: cycles
  St Peter's
  Bethelehem frescoes
  Patron saints
  Saints associated with the house of Habsburg
  Tapestries
  Miscellaneous
  Saints from the same order
    Carthusians
    Dominicans
    Franciscans
    Jesuits
  Female saints
  Plague saints
  Hermits
  Martyrs
  Virgin martyrs
Unidentified saints
  Popes
  Bishops and abbots
  Martyrs
  Male
  Female
Apotheosis/Assumption of saints
Haloes
Angels
  Musicians
    Cycles
      Agostino di Duccio
      Cherubino Alberti after Polidoro da Caravaggio
      Fra Angelico
      Donatello
      Gaudenzio Ferrari
      Melozzo da Forlí
      Giacomo Pacchiarotto
      Master of the St Lucy Legend
    Single figure
      Playing strings
      Playing wind
      Playing percussion
      Singing
    Two or more
      Playing strings
      Playing wind
      Singing
      Playing percussion and strings
      Playing percussion and wind
      Playing percussion, strings and wind
      Playing strings and wind
  In adoration or lamentation
    In adoration
    In lamentation  
  Holding things
    Banderoles
    Books
    Candles/candelabras and torches
    Censers
    Cloths
    Coats-of-Arms
    Cornucopias
    Crowns
    Eucharist
    Flowers
    Globes
    Instruments of the Passion
      Bernini
      Bossi
      Caravaggio follower
      Sadeler
      Ponte Sant’Angelo
      Miscellaneous
    Palms
    Portraits
    Reliquaries
    Saints’ attributes
    Sceptres and staffs
    Scrolls
    Swords
    Tablets
  Various attributes and activities
    In armour
    Dancing
    Drawing curtains
    With inscribed wings
    With human beings
  Putti
    With bodies
    Heads and wings only
  Miscellaneous
    Single
    Two or more
  The Guardian angel
  Angelic hierarchy
    Miscellaneous
    Cherubim and seraphim—cf. Putti
    Angelomachy
  Archangels
    Miscellaneous
    Raphael
      General
      With Holy Family/Virgin and Child
      With saints and/or donors
    Gabriel
    Michael
      Cycles
      General
      Legends
        Appearing on the Castel Sant'Angelo
        And Christ's entry into Jerusalem
        Bull of Mt Gargano
        Rescuing St Archippo from inundation
        Michael and Melchizedek
      With the devil
        Without armour
        With medieval armour
        With classical armour
      With the balance
The Christian heart 
  Cycles 
    Frederik Bouttats
Anton Wierix
Miscellaneous
Anima, the soul
  Cycles
    Wierix/Galle
    Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale, cod. 10308
  Miscellaneous
Ways to heaven and hell
  Ladders, steps
  Bridge of hell
  Trees
  Ship of salvation
  Miscellaneous
Heaven and Hell
Heaven
  Specific works
    Benozzo Gozzoli
    Andrea Orcagna
    Jacopo Tintoretto
  The gate of heaven
  The blessed
  Heaven as a garden
  Heaven in the clouds
  The heavenly hierarchy
  The mystic paradise
  Rivers of paradise
Abraham’s bosom
Purgatory
Hell
  The mouth of hell
    Durham cathedral
    Lincoln cathedral
    York Minster
    Miscellaneous
  Hell’s entrance
  Pains of Hell cycle: the Shepheardes Kalender
  Punishment of specific sins
  Punishment of sinners, general
  Satan eating Judas et al.
  Miscellaneous
Devil(s)
  Cycle, Fairford windows
  Clutching human head
  As cook or waiter
  Seduction by the devil
  Devil fought by women
  Lucifer/Satan
  Exorcism
  Miscellaneous
Exegesis
Typology
  Cycles
    Speculum humanae salvationis
    Biblia pauperum
    Concordantiae caritatis
    Ciboria
    Miscellaneous
  Types
    Classical
    Creation
    Adam
    Eve
    Fall
    Abraham
    Joseph
    Moses
    Passover
    Crossing Red Sea
    Manna
    Gideon
    Jephthah
    Samson
    David
    Solomon
    Widow of Zarepath
    Tobias
    Judith
    Esther
    Song of Songs
    Prophets
    Susanna
    Jonah
  Antitypes
    Annunciation to Joachim
    Birth of Virgin
    Presentation of Virgin in temple
    Marriage of Virgin
    Annunciation
    Visitation
    Nativity
    Adoration of the Magi
    Circumcision
    Presentation of Christ
    Massacre of Innocents
    Flight into Egypt
    Falling idols
    Return from Egypt
    Baptism
    Temptation
    Transfiguration
    Cleansing the temple
    Penitence of Magdalene
    Raising of Lazarus
    Entry into Jerusalem
    Last Supper
    Christ foretells his death
    Judas sells Christ
    Betrayal of Christ
    Soldiers fall back before Christ
    Pilate washing his hands
    Flagellation
    Mocking of Christ
    Christ carrying cross
    Nailing to Cross
    Crucifixion
    Christ's side pierced
    Descent from cross
    Lamentation
    Entombment
    Harrowing of Hell
    Maries at sepulchre
    Noli me tangere
    Incredulity of Thomas
    Ascension
    Pentecost
    Last Judgment
    Heaven
    Hell
    Virgin
      Defensorium virginitatis Mariae
      Virgin triumphant over Devil
      Virgin and Child
      Coronation of Virgin
      Virgin as new Eve
Eight Beatitudes
Seven Works of Mercy
  Cycles
  Adaptations
  Individual
    Feeding the hungry
    Receiving strangers
    Visiting the sick
    Giving drink to the thirsty
    Clothing the naked
    Delivering prisoners
    Burying the dead
Almsgiving
Seven gifts of the Holy Spirit
Ten Commandments
The Creed
Pater Noster
Seven Sacraments
  Cycles
  Baptism
  Confirmation
  Communion (Protestant)
  Marriage
  Ordination
  Penance
  Extreme Unction
  Mass
  Eucharist
    Adoration or Glorification
    Triumph (Rubens)
  Mill of Sacrament
Salvation
  Miscellaneous
  Allegory: homo viator type
  Predestination
Deesis
Prayer
  With rosary
  Grace before meal
  Figures in attitude of prayer
  Prayers
Intercession
Devotions
  Adoration of Jesus
  Rosary represented as rose-garland
  Mysteries of the rosary
Spiritual exercises
  Contemplation
  De contemptu mundi
  Speculum virginum
  Duodecim specula deum
Catechism
Penitence (cf. Sacraments: Penance)
  Climacus, Heavenly ladder and penitential canon
  Miscellaneous
  Christ and the penitent sinners
  Flagellants
Preaching
Services
Congregations
Church ritual
  Vienna, Nationalbibliothek cod. 2765
  Asperging
  Miscellaneous
Ceremonies of the Church
  Porta Santa
  St Andrew's Head
  Jubilees
  Consecration or dedication of a church or altar
  Canonisation
  Miscellaneous
Church feasts
  Cycles
  Christmas
  Epiphany
  Carnival and Lent
  Miscellaneous
  Kermis
  Return from Kermis
Liturgical drama
Religious processions
  Corpus Christi
  Procession in Piazza San Marco
  Penitent processions of Henri III
  Processione Eucaristica, Rome 1929
  Miscellaneous
Pilgrimage
  Breydenbach, Reisen ins Heilige Land
  Pilgrims en route
  Pilgrims at their destination
  Allegorical pilgrimages
  Miscellaneous
Crusades
Missionary activity
Religious conversion
  Believers and unbelievers
  Miscellaneous
Visions/ecstasy
Miracles
  The miracle of the Virgin's catafalque
  Miracles involving the host
  Foundation of S. Maria Maggiore
  Burial of Count Orgaz
  Miracle of Theophilus
  Miracles of resurrection
  Miracles of healing
  Miracles of Crucifix of Soria
  Miscellaneous
Miraculous images
  Cristo de Malta
  Cristo de Lucca (volto santo)
  Cristo de los Temblores
  Santa Cruz de Carabuco
  Miscellaneous
Votive offerings
  Sculpture
  Paintings
Memorial paintings (epitaphs)
Ecclesiastical interiors
  Catholic
  Protestant
  Miscellaneous
Ecclesiastical objects
  Cycles
  Miscellaneous
  Altars and altarpieces
    Designs
    Portable
    Altar furniture
    Represented on coins, medals, prints and miniatures
    Miscellaneous
    Italy
      Paintings
      Sculpture
      Specific works
      Miscellaneous
    German lands
    English
    French
    Netherlandish
    Spanish and Portuguese
    Miscellaneous and unidentified
  Books and bookcovers
  Baldacchini
  Bells
  Bowls
  Boxes
  Calami
  Cantoria
  Candlesticks
  Caskets
  Chairs
  Chalices
  Chasubles
  Choirstalls
  Censers
  Ciboria
  Copes
  Cribs
  Crosses and Crucifixes (cf. Christ on the cross)
    Stone
    Specific works
    Paintings
    Sculpture
      Christ only, without cross
        Metal crown
        Crown of thorns
        No crown
      Christ and cross
        Metal crown
        Crown of thorns
        No crown
      Various
        With four evangelists
        With Virgin and John the Divine
        With scenes from Christ's life
        With Lazarus rising from the dead
        Palm-tree crosses
        Calvaries
        Without crucified Christ
        Bases
        Miscellaneous
  Crowns (votive)
  Croziers
  Dalmatics
  Devotional prints
  Doors
    St Peter's, Rome: Filarete
      General views
      View of interior panel
      Left door
        Main panels: Christ, St Paul, martyrdom of St Paul
        Borders
        Scenes from the Council of Ferrara and Florence, 1436-7
      Right door
        Main panels: The Virgin, St Peter, martyrdom of St Peter
        Borders
        Scenes from the Council of Ferrara and Florence, 1436-7
    Miscellaneous
  Door knockers
  Ewers
  Flabella (fans)
  Fonts
    Lead
    English
    German and Austrian
    Italian
    Low Countries
    Spanish
    Miscellaneous
  Galleries
  Iconostasis
  Inscriptions
  Lamps
  Lavabos
  Lecterns
  Maniples
  Misericords
  Monstrances
  Organ shutters
  Orphreys
  Paxes
  Pews
  Phylacteries
  Pries dieu
  Pulpits
  Pyxes
  Relics
  Reliquaries
    Hand, arm and foot
    Head and bust
    Full-length figure
    Crosses
    Shrines and caskets
    Triptyches
    Monstrances
    Collections
    Miscellaneous
  Rood screens
  Rosaries
  Screens
  Shrines
  Situlae
  Stoles
  Stoups
  Tabernacles
  Temples
  Treasures
  Vestments
Religious Orders
  Cycles
  Monks, Friars, etc.
    Augustinian canons
    Augustinian friars
    Benedictines
    Camaldolensians
    Capuchins
    Carmelites
    Carthusians
    Order of Charity
    Cistercians
    Dominicans
    Franciscans
    Hieronymites
    Jesuits
    Mercedarians
    Minims
    Olivetans
    Oratorians
    Servites
    Trinitarians
    Vallombrosans
  Nuns etc.
    Benedictine
    Carmelite
    Dominican
    Dominican Tertiaries
    Franciscan Tertiaries
    Poor Clares
  Miscellaneous
    Monks
    Nuns
    Monks and nuns
  Emblems of religious orders
  Miscellaneous priesthood
Confraternities
  Misericordia
  Ordre du S. Esprit
  Miscellaneous
Quakers
Miscellaneous sects
  Church of England
  Miscellaneous
Ecclesia
  Triumphant Church
  Ecclesia Christiana et Ecclesia Antichristi
  Triumphs of Christ and Church
  Otto van Veen, Triumph of The Church
  Allegories
  Ship of the Church
  Ecclesia and Synagogue
    Old and New Testament
    Miscellaneous
Religious triumphs
  Catholicism
  Religion
  Faith
    Titian
    Pieter Coecke van Aelst
    Lommelin
    Miscellaneous
Fortress of Faith
Allegories of Papacy
Allegories of Divine Love
The Christian Soldier
The Christian, miscellaneous
Church organisation
Church government
Church history
  Donations
    Constantine
    Charlemagne
  Jubilee 1300
  Councils
    Lyons
    Constance
    Trent
    Miscellaneous
The Papacy
  Foundation and succession of papacy
  Conclave and election of popes
  Secular rulers acknowledge supremacy of papacy
  Pope and Emperor
  Pope and cardinals
  Pope receiving foreign emissaries
  Investiture by pope
  History of papacy: Leo and Attila
  Miscellaneous
Reformation
  Jan Luiken, Historie der Reformatie
  Lucas Cranach, Passional Christi und Antichristi (duplicate photos)
  Portents and prophecies
  Images with portraits of reformers
  Historical events
  Allegories
  Miscellaneous
Counter-Reformation
  B. Arias Montano and Ph. Galle, Divinarum nuptiarum conventa et acta
  Joannes David, Christelijcke Waerseggher
  Miscellaneous
Religious persecution
  Iconoclasm
  Autos-da-fé
  Heresy
  Foxe, Acts and monuments of martyrs
  Miscellaneous
Antisemitism
  Ritualmord
  Pusculus, De Judaeorum perfida
  Profanation of the host
  Miscellaneous
Religious satire
  Cycle
    Schuttenius, Het Nieuwe Roomsche Symbolum
  The fox in the pulpit
  Against friars, monks, priest et al. 
  Lechery of friars et al.
  Against indulgences
  Against the papacy
  The Church led astray by Aristotle, Plato et al.
  Catholic, anti-Protestant
  Protestant, anti-Catholic
  Catholic, anti-Catholic
  Protestant, anti-Protestant
  Miscellanous