The Edinburgh Adventure– Part Two

The Scottish Museum of Art in Edinburgh is absolutely full of remarkable religious art. In the next few posts we will be sharing some of it. Above is a remarkable painting that is an allegory about the OT and NT. Here below is the description of the painting…

I have always loved the art of Hans Holbein (see above), who is perhaps most famous for a painting of Henry the VIII which looks so real it could be a photo.

Here is a remarkable painting of an ordination service in Scotland. And here is the description…

This last painting is of Melchizedek and Abraham, the only one I have ever seen of this subject. But there is much more to share in subsequent posts.

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