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Gustave Doré, The Ascension

1879 oil on canvas

Museum of the Petit-Palais of Paris
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Ascension, ivory relief, 10th century, Metz

Kunsthistorisches Museum of Vienna
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Benvenuto Tisi, The Ascension of Christ, between 1510 and 1520

Oil on canvas

National Gallery of Ancient Art in Rome
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Ford Maddox Brown, The Ascension, circa 1844
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Pietro Perugino, Ascension, between 1496 and 1500

Oil on wood, Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon
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Les Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry, Ascension

Circa 1440, Museum Condé of Chantilly
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James Tissot, Ascension

Watercolor on vellum paper

Circa 1886 to 1894, Brooklyn Museum
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John Singleton Copley, Ascension

1775, oil on canvas
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Jan Matejko, Ascension of Christ

1884, oil on canvas.

National Museum of Warsaw
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Paolo Veronese and Pietro Damini, The Ascension of Christ, 1575

Padua, Church of St. Francis
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