Elijah in Art

Edward Burne-Jones, 'Elijah in the Wilderness' (1883), stained glass
Edward Burne-Jones, 'Elijah in the Wilderness' (1883), stained glass, Morris & Co., 1645x645 mm Tate Britain, London. Also in Blackburn Cathedral.

Ferdinand Bol,  'Elijah Fed by an Angel' (1660-1663), oil on canvas, 53 x 60 in., private collection.

Jan van 't Hoff (1959-), 'Elijah Fed by Ravens'

James J. Tissot, (1896-1902), gouache on board, Jewish Museum, New York.

Jan Saenredam, 'Elijah in the Wilderness Fed by Ravens' (1604) after Abraham Bloemaert. Engraving (B&W)

Ford Maddox Brown,

Frederic Leighton, 'Elijah in the Wilderness' (c. 1877),

Daniele da Volterra, 'The Prophet Elijah' (1543-47)
Daniele da Volterra, 'The Prophet Elijah' (1543-47), 81x115 cm, Uffizi Galleries, Florence, Italy.

Francesco Maggiotto, 'The Feeding of Elijah by the Angel' (1780), painting, S. Giovanni in Bragora, Venice, Italy.

Louis Hersent, 'Elijah Reviving the Son of the Widow of Zarephath (1777-1860)

Carl Bloch, Transfiguration of Jesus. Elijah and Moses appear with Jesus.

Giovanni Lanfranco, 'Elijah Fed by Ravens' (1624-25), Musée des beaux-arts de Marseille

William Henry Margetson (1861-1940) - Elijah and His Servant Watching for Rain

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Ralph F. Wilson, 'Prophet Isaiah' (2022), original watercolor
Ralph F. Wilson, 'Prophet Elkjah' (2022), original watercolor after mid-19th century Russian icon in the collection of Chapman College, given a stained glass effect. 10" x 14".

John Absolon (1815-1895), Elijah before King Ahab (watercolor)

Sir Francis Dicksee (1853-1928), Jezebel and Ahab Meeting Elijah in Naboth's Vineyard.

Elijah on Carmel, initials CA

Frank Morris, Naboth's Vineyard

artist unknown, Widow of Zarapheth Making Bread

Harold Copping

  • Elijah and Ahab
  • The Widow of Zarephath depicted holding her sick son

Thomas Matthews Rooke (1842-1942), British watercolorist

A. M. Willard, Elijah Calls Elisha.

Ahab and Elijah

Edwin John Prittie (1879-1963), Ahab's Death

William Brassey Hole

Giovanni Battista Piazzetta, Elijah Taken up in a Chariot of Fire (1745), oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.

Louis Hersent, Elijah Resuscitating the Son of the Widow of Sarepta, oil on canvas

after Rembrandt, Elijah Visited by an Angel, oil on canvas

Bernardo Strozzi, Prophet Elijah and the Widow of Sarepta (1630s), oil on canvas, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria

Mary Lightfoot Gow (1851-1929), Elijah Rebuking Ahab, watercolor.

John Bartes Bedford, Elijah and the Widow of Zarephath

Charles Webster Hawthorne (1872-1930), Elijah in he Desert

Januarius Zick, Elijah, on his Knees (1730-1797), Invoking the Lord to Resurrect the Son of the Shunamite Widow, Orléans, Museum of Fine Art

Henry Coller, Elijah Whirled to Heaven in Fiery Chariot (1953)

Frederic Leighton, Jezebel and Ahab Met by Elijah (about 1863). Oil on canvas, 231x238 cm., Scarborough Art Gallery, Scarborough, England.

Abraham Bloemaert, Elijah and Elisha, oil on canvas, 60x105in.

Giuseppe Angeli, 'Elijah Taken Up in a Chariot of Fire' (c. 1740/1755), oil on canvas 66.75x104.25, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

Portrait

Andrea di Bonaiuto, 'Prophet Elijah' (detail) 'Madonna and Child with Saints' (1360)

Ralph F. Wilson, 'Prophet Elijah' (2022), watercolor in stained-glass style, after mid-19th century Russian icon in the collection of Chapman College.

Lynda Miller Baker, John the Baptist Painting, tempera on wood.

Stained Glass

Edward Burne-Jones, 'Elijah in the Wilderness' (1883), stained glass, Morris & Co., 1645x645 mm Tate Britain, London. Also in Blackburn Cathedral.

'Elijah's Offering Is Consumed by Fire from Heaven', stained glass, St. Matthew's German Evangelical Lutheran Church, Charleston, South Carolina

Elijah the Prophet, detail from the West Window at St. Mary de Castro, Leicester, UK, Victorian period.

Ascent of Elijah (1887), Clayton & Bell

Icons

Elias on Mt. Horeb, Greek Orthodox Icon.

Elijah, mid-19th century Russian icon in the collection of Chapman College, painting on wood panel.

Statues

Statue of Elijah, Saint Elias Cathedral, Aleppo, Syria.

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