Scenes of the Prophet Elijah

Elisha and Elijah's Chariot of Fire

(Dutch, 1565–1607)
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(Dutch, 1565–1607)
(Dutch, 1564–1651)
Support: Cream(1) laid paper
Sheet: 25.5 x 19.5 cm (10 1/16 x 7 11/16 in.)
Catalogue raisonné: Hollstein XXIII.17.15
State: I/III
Location: not on view
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Elijah is perhaps best known for escaping death by ascending into heaven on a chariot of fire, an episode seen by many Christians as a foreshadowing of the Resurrection and Ascension of Christ.
Elisha and Elijah's Chariot of Fire

Elisha and Elijah's Chariot of Fire


Jan Saenredam, Jan Saenredam, Abraham Bloemaert

(Dutch, 1565–1607), (Dutch, 1565–1607), (Dutch, 1564–1651)
Netherlands, early 17th Century

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