In the last post we addressed Jesus’ appearance to Mary. Appearances to others is addressed in this post. Luke 24:13-35; Mark 16:12,13 tells of Jesus joining two disciples on their walk to Emmaus. He joined them for a meal. It is not until he breaks bread and gives thanks that they recognize him as Jesus; and then his figure vanishes from their sight.
Christ and His Disciples on Their Way to Emmaus COECKE VAN AELST (1502-1550)
See http://www.terminartors.com/artworkprofile/Coecke_van_Aelst_Pieter-Christ_and_His_Disciples_on_Their_Way_to_Emmaus for the source of the above photograph of the painting.
The Supper at Emmaus TINTORETTO (1542-43)
See http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/t/tintoret/1_1540s/2emmaus.html for the source of the above photograph of the painting and notes.
Supper at Emmaus CARAVAGGIO (1601)
See http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/c/caravagg/06/35emmau.html for the source of the above photograph of the painting and excellent notes. For the video of a dialogue of two experts examining this same painting, see http://vimeo.com/27589386.
Supper at Emmaus REMBRANDT (1648)
See http://www.artbible.info/art/large/341.html for the source of the above photograph of the painting and a brief description.
Mark 16:14, Luke 24:36-43 and John 20:19-23 tell of Jesus appearing to the apostles:
See http://www.1st-art-gallery.com/Duccio-Di-Buoninsegna/Appearence-While-The-Apostles-Are-At-Table-1308-11.html for a source of the above photograph of the painting.
John 20:24-29 tells us that when Jesus first met with the disciples, Thomas was not present and doubted their report that Jesus lived. So, Jesus later appears to Thomas and confronts his unbelief. For the sake of those readers of the Gospel of Luke who did not know Jesus, Luke concludes in verse 29, ” “Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.”
The Incredulity of Saint Thomas CARAVAGGIO (1601-02)
See http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/c/caravagg/06/34thomas.html for the source of the above photograph of the painting and excellent notes.
The Incredulity of St Thomas REMBRANDT (1634)
See http://www.wga.hu/framex-e.html?file=html/r/rembran/painting/biblic1/s_thomas.html&find=thomas for the source of the above photograph of the painting and some brief notes.
John 21:1-14 tells of Jesus appearance to his disciples as they had spent a night fishing to no avail, after which he tells them to cast on the right side of the boat and they miraculously catch more than they can haul in.
The Miraculous Draught of Fishes EDINGEN VAN AELST (1519)
See http://www.artchive.com/web_gallery/P/Pieter-van-Edingen-van-Aelst/Pieter-van-Edingen-van-Aelst-reproductions-1.html for the source of the above photograph of the tapestry.
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