and Mahalia Jackson, “Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho” 1957

Lorenzo Ghiberti, Joshua panel from the Gates of Paradise, gilded bronze reliefs for the east doors, Florence Baptistry, 1425-1452. Middle ground left: Joshua in chariot preceded by ark of the covenant. Foreground right: carrying the stones. Background: city of Jericho and priests with trumpets.
Jean Fouquet, The Conquest of Jericho, c. 1470-1475. Illumination in manuscript of Flavius Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews. BNF, France.
Raphael, Joshua Addressing the Israelites at Shechem, 1518. Drawing in black chalk, pen and brush in brown ink, heightened with white, squared. Teylers Museum, Haarlem.
Raphael and workshop, Joshua Stopping the Sun and Moon, 1518. Fresco, Loggia of Pope Leo X, Pontifical Palace, Vatican.
Raffael, Fall Jerichos - Raphael / The Fall of Jericho / c.1515 - Raphael, Chute de Jericho
Raphael and workshop, The Fall of Jericho, 1518. Fresco, Loggia of Pope Leo X, Pontifical Palace, Vatican.
Giovanni Lanfranco (Giovanni di Stefano). The Fall of Jericho, 1607. Etching after Raphael. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
Sisto Badalocchio. The Israelites Crossing the Jordan River, Carrying the Ark of the Covenant, 1607. Etching after Raphael. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
Orazio Borgianni, The Ark of the Covenant Carried Across Jordan, 1615. Etching after Raphael. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
Robert Hecquet, Israelites Crossing the Jordan River, c. 1720-1775. Etching and engraving after Raphael. British Museum.
10.3;0;The Israelites Crossing the Jordan
Christoph Unterberger, Crossing the Jordan River, 1780s. Exact replica of Raphael’s loggia created for Empress Catherine. Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg.
Nicolas Poussin, The Victory of Joshua over the Amorites, as in the Book of Joshua. c. 1624-1626. Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow.
Ferdinand Bol. The Messenger of God Appearing to Joshua, about 1640-1644. Pen and brown ink, brown and gray wash, and red, white and black chalk, 27.1 × 19.5 cm. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles.
Ferdinand Bol, The Captain of God’s Army Appearing to Joshua, 1660-1663. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
Carlo Maratta, Joshua Stops the Sun, cartoon for mosaic in St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican, c. 1686-1688.


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