the Harp, Saint Asaph Cathedral, Wales. St. David was a Welsh bishop (c.
500-589), patron saint of Wales.
with David Carrying the Head of Goliath (detail), Lincoln Cathedral
Moses, and St. John, St. Mary's, Brompton Ralph, Brendon Hills, Somerset
David, Church of All Saints, Chipstable, Somerset
David, St. Andrew's, Wiveliscombe, S Aisle East
St. Luke's Church, Smithfield, Virginia
David, St. Andrew's, Minehead, 1880 designed by G.E. Street, East
Window, by C.E. Kempe.
with head of Goliath south east window of the apse, and
Harp, Aspe East window, Church of Saint Mary and Saint David at
Kilpeck. by Pevsner, designed by A.W. Pugin in 1849.
The David and Solomon series (1896-1902) by
James J. Tissot, gouache on board, are found in the Jewish Museum, New York.
James J. Tissot,
"David Slings the Stone" (1896-1902), gouache on board, The
Jewish Museum, New York.
Samuel and Saul
David Establishes His Kingdom
David's Downfall and Exile
James J. Tissot, “Festivities in Honor of King David” (1896-1902), gouache on
board, The Jewish Museum, New York.
David's Final Days
Dante Gabriel Rosetti (1828-1882), "King David"
(1858-1864), watercolor on paper, 279 x 127 mm, from "The Seed of
David". Tate Gallery, London.
- Dante Gabriel Rosetti (1828-1882), "King
David" (1858-1864), watercolor on paper, 279 x 127 mm, from "The Seed of
David". Tate Gallery, London.
- Elizabeth Gardner Bouguereau,
David the Shepherd
Triumphant (1895, astride a lion)
- Ernst Josephson,
David and Saul (1878), Nationalmuseum, Stockholm. Brooding, pensive
- Rembrandt, Saul
and David (1655-1660), Mauritshuis, The Hague.
David Plays the Lyre for King Saul (1629)
- Julius Kronberg,
David and Saul (1885), Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.
Attacking David (1646), Galeria Nacional de Arte Antiguo, Rome
- Felix-Joseph Barrias (French artist, 1822-1907),
Anointing of David by Saul (1842). Of course, the anointing was by
- Arent de Gelder, David Plays for Saul
(1682), oil on canvas, 66x59 cm, Kunsthalle, Bremen, Germany.
- Erasmus Quellinus,
Saul and David (detail) 1635, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary
- John Singer Sargent,
in Saul's Camp
David Playing before Saul
David Escapes through a Window*
William Brassey Hole (1846-1917),
“Nathan the prophet denounces the sin of
David,” private collection. Appeared in Old Testament History (Eyre and Spottiswoode, c 1925 ).
Peter Frederick Rothermel (American painter, 1817 – 1895),
“Thou Art the Man” (1884), oil on canvas, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts,
Stained Glass Windows
Rex, All Saints Church, Pocklington, East Yorkshire. davewebster14,
- David and
Goliath, St. Mary's Church, Eynesbury, Cambridgeshire.
- David and
Jonathan, St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh. Father Lawrence Lew, OP
- David with
the Head of Goliath, with women singers, St. Finbarre's, Cork, Ireland,
Fergal of Claddagh, OP
- Praise Him
with the Lyre, by William Morris, Harris Manchester College in Oxford,
by Fr. Lawrence Lew, O.P.
- King David,
St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh, by Fr. Lawrence Lew, OP.
Fortitude (in Fortitude, Humility, and Justice series) David (or Christ)
as shepherd seeking the lost sheep (fold in the background), opening jaws of
bear that had attacked a sheep. St. Nicholas Church, Brushford,
Somerset, Nave, north window.
David Playing the Harp (vertical), South Aisle, Resurrection Window,
Church of All Saints, Clumstock, Devon
David Playing the Harp, St. Andrew's Church, Cullompton, Devon.
West window, Lane Aisle.
David (vertical), St. Andrew's Church, Cullompton, Devon. West
window, Lane Aisle.
- King David
(4 panels), St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh.
- David Is
Anointed King, Ely Cathedral
- Fortitude: David Fighting the Bear, North Nave Wall, White Window, panel
1, St. Nicholas, Brushford, Somerset.
- David as
Shepherd, St. Mary's, Brampton, Huntingdonshire.
- Compassion, left panel shows
Harp, former Unitarian church in Nottingham.
Prevaled over the Philistines, Salisbury Cathedral, David with large
sword of Goliath, sling, and goliath slain on the ground. Modern.
David, Church of St Mary, Badby, Northamptonshire
- King David,
designed by Charles E. Kempe, All Saints parish church in Wing,
Andrea del Verriocchio,
David with head
of Goliath (c. 1470), bronze, height 126, Museo Nazionale del Bargello,
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