Pictures for the 2nd Sunday in Lent, Year B


This is a small selection of free-use illustrations, photographs or images based on the readings and prayers/propers in the Roman Catholic lectionary for the 2nd Sunday of Lent, Year B.  It is part of the Lectionary Art Series.

See hymn suggestions for this Sunday for more information about the readings and seasonal notes about this day, and links to other weeks.



Classical

Transfiguration of Christ

Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:     Unknown - circa 1600




La Transfiguration / The Transfiguration - Rubens

Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:     Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640)





Sacrifice of Isaac

Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:      Gerard ter Borch the Elder (1583–1662)





Sacrifice of Isaac - Valdés Leal

Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:      Juan de Valdés Leal (1622-1690)




Sacrifice of Isaac - Caravaggio, or a follower

Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:      Caravaggio (1571–1610) / Bartolomeo Cavarozzi (1587–1625)




Contemporary

The transfiguration

Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:      Jim Padgett (1931–2009)
Attribution: Biblical illustrations by Jim Padgett, courtesy of Sweet Publishing, Ft. Worth, TX, and Gospel Light, Ventura, CA. Copyright 1984. Released under new license, CC-BY-SA 3.0




Sacrifice of Issac - detail from a mural in a church in Petschow, Mecklenburg, Germany

Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:      Unknown




Abraham looked up and saw a ram

Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:      Jim Padgett (1931–2009)
Attribution: Biblical illustrations by Jim Padgett, courtesy of Sweet Publishing, Ft. Worth, TX, and Gospel Light, Ventura, CA. Copyright 1984. Released under new license, CC-BY-SA 3.0





Line Art

The Trial of Abraham's Faith

Source:     Doré Bible
Artist:      Gustave Doré (1832-1883)




The Transfiguration of Jesus

Source:    http://catholic-resources.org/Nadal/063.jpg
Artist:     Jerome Nadal (1507-1580)






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