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    The Last Judgement (around 1140) in the church of Sainte Foy in Conques. Devils push sinners into the hellfire.


    Angels among the Just. Some Just rising towards the heaven. Left wing of the triptych The Last Judgement. Oil on wood (1526-1527) 264 x 76 cm


    Altar of the Last Judgement, detail: Saint Mary and saints; the resurrected rising from their tombs. Wood (1434) See also: 40-03-01/7-13, 40-01-01/65,66, 40-04-04/31-34


    The Last Judgement. Oakwood, 42 x 37 cm On loan from the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, KHM 1102


    The Damned. Detail from the Last Judgement. See 40-07-09/55-58 Wood (around 1431), 105 x 210 cm Inv. 8505


    Christ Judge welcomes Saint Peter in heaven. His right arm points at God-Father and the white dove of the Holy Ghost. Prophets surround the almost nude Christ. A choir of angels makes music. From the vault of the choir. 1516-1518, 1525-1526.


    The Last Judgement. Stained glass window


    Apostles surround Christ in his glory; from the Last Judgement, West wall of the Monastery church in Muestair. Around 800


    View of the nave towards the altar. Ceiling fresco: the empty throne of the Judge of the World and a rainbow of promise under which Christ announces God's grace.


    Group of Blessed, from the Last Judgement tympanon, Sainte-Foy Church, Conques.


    Fresco of the Last Judgement, west wall, Voronet Church. In front of the blue background, typical of Voronet, the red stream of the fires of hell opens at Christ's feet. The righteous assemble in orderly rows in the left half.


    Christ, Judge of the World, from the tympanon of the central portal of Saint Etienne Cathedral,Bourges. 1200-1270


    Christ on his throne, from the central nave of the Benedictine Abbey church at Einsiedeln, Switzerland.


    The gates of Hell, in the form of a monster's maw, receive the sinners; Last Judgement tympanon from Sainte-Foy Church in Conques.


    The damned are pushed into the hellfire by black devils Detail from the Last Judgement (40-07-01/11) Fresco (around 1431)


    The Last Judgement, from the tympanon over the main entrance, Sainte-Foy, Conques, Aveyron.


    Angels among the Just. Detail of the left wing of the triptych The Last Judgement. Oil on wood (1526-1527)


    The Last Judgement.The Fall of the Damned. Canvas,42 x 37 cm On loan from the Kunsthistorisches Museum,Vienna KHM 1102


    Christ Judge welcomes Saint Peter in heaven. Saint Peter prostrate before an almost nude Christ. Detail of 40-08-09/45. From the vault of the choir. 1516-1518, 1525-1526


    'Allegory on the Equality of all Mankind in Death', 1599. The complex meaning of this image is derived from the Latin inscriptions. The most important is that at the top of the tent: "MORS CERTA RELIGONIBUS AEQVAT" (Death makes the sceptre and spade equal). Death is therefore the equaliser of people of all classes, from the peasant on the left to the Emperor on the right. The skeletons show no social distinction. On the rim of the tent stand an owl and a lamp, symbols of death and life respectively. The round scenes show the Fall of Man and the Crucifixion, representing the introduction and the conquering of death. The Last Judgement painted in the centre reminds the viewer of Divine Judgement. The boy blowing bubbles is a traditional emblem of transience dictated by the words inscribed over his head: "HOMO BULLA" (Man is [as] a soap bubble). The drawing and print of this theme of mortality and the passing of human existence are therefore designed to encourage the renunciation of all worldly pleasures and to prepare the viewer for death. De Gheyn sympathized with Protestant or Calvinist teachings as this drawing fully illustrates. PD, 1895-9-15-1031


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