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Van Gogh's Pieta

Van Gogh'sinterpretations of works by Delacroix and Rembrandt were the only truly religious paintings he ever executed. Here, in this copy from a Pieta by Delacroix, van Gogh has added his own style and possibly his own face.
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The raising of Lazarus

Rembrandt was another major inspiration for Vincent who dramatized the raising of Lazarus and once again may have inserted his own face into the painting.
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Angel

Although copying Rembrandt, van Gogh had his own unique vision of how an angel might look.
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The Good Samaritan

Van Gogh had a thorough knowledge of the Bible but looked to Delacroix for inspiration on how the Good Samaritan tale might be depicted.
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The beach where Mary Magdalene landed

Van Gogh travelled to the beach on which Mary Magdalene landed but there is no sign of her in the painting.
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The Last Supper?

Only recently have sharp-sighted observers seen the story of the Last Supper told in this Arles street scene.