John the Baptist Artwork and Paintings

Collected by Dr. Ralph F. Wilson
Part of JesusWalk -- Behold the Lamb of God

Paintings

Dieric Bouts the Elder (or the Younger?), St. John the Baptist (c. 1465), oil on oak. Alte Pinakothek, MunichLeft wing of "The Pearl of Brabant", attributed to Dieric Bouts the Younger, now generally agreed to be the work of the father

Mattia Preti (Il Calabrese,1613 - 1699), St. John the Baptist Preaching (c. 1665), oil on canvas, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (Legion of Honor).

Francisco Collantes, St John the Baptist in the Desert (1629-30) , Oil on canvas, 119x172 cm, Spain. State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg.

Theodor Baierl (1881-1932), Saint John the Baptist  (Germany, c. 1920). Oil on panel.

El Greco, St. John the Baptist (c. 1600), oil on canvas, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Another. Another.

Hans Memling

Bartolome Esteban Murillo

Titian, St. John the Baptist (c. 1542), oil on canvas, Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venice.

Caravaggio

Statues

Pietro Bernini, St. John the Baptist, Marble, Sant'Andrea della Valle, Rome

Thomas Marsh, St. John the Baptist (2000), contemporary statue in front of San Juan Bautista mission, California. 8 foot, bronze.

 

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