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John Singer Sargent's Tyrolese Crucifix (1915)

One of Sargent's most notable religiously themed works is the moving roofed Tyrolese “Crucifix” (1914). This watercolor painting depicts a scene typical of the Tyrol region in northeastern Italy.

“Dogma of the Redemption: Trinity and Crucifix, Frieze of Angels"

Part of Sargent's "The Triumph of Religion" series commissioned for the Boston Public Library.

“The Pieta”

Also part of "The Triumph of Religion," this work was fashioned with a mix of wood, metal, papier mache and glass.

“Handmaid of the Lord”

One of the panels created by John Singer Sargent to adorn the Boston Public Library.
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