Various - Woman Taken In Adultery album
I know about you; neither do I condemn you. Go your way in peace.
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The Woman Taken in Adultery (Rembrandt). The Woman Taken in Adultery is a painting of 1644 by Rembrandt, bought by the National Gallery, London in 1824, as one of their foundation batch of paintings. It is in oil on oak, and 8. x 6. cm. Rembrandt shows the episode of Jesus and the woman taken in adultery from the Gospel of Saint John.
English Deutsch Español Française Portuguese Русский Українська. Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery.
They brought a woman to him who had been caught in the act of adultery and said, 'Teacher, this woman has been caught in the act of adultery. Now in the law Moses commanded us to stone such. What do you say about her?' Christ replied, 'He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her' (John 8: 3-7)
A Courtauld Gallery employee holds the Bruegel painting Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery, 1565. Bruegel in Black and White: Three Grisailles Reunited at The Courtauld Gallery. From 4 February to 8 May 2016 Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s three surviving grisaille paintings will be shown together for the first time at The Courtauld Gallery.
Cristo e l'adultera (it); Cristo y la adúltera (es); La Femme adultère (fr); Die Ehebrecherin (de); The Woman Taken in Adultery (en); Kristo eta emakume adulterogilea (eu); Chrystus i jawnogrzesznica (pl); Christus en de overspelige vrouw (nl) dipinto di Rembrandt (it); tableau de Rembrandt (fr). pintura de Rembrandt (oc); schilderij van Rembrandt van Rijn (nl); quadre de Rembrandt van Rijn (ca); Gemälde von Rembrandt (de); painting by Rembrandt (en); pintura de Rembrandt (gl); cuadro de Rembrandt (es); cuadru de Rembrandt (ast)
Back to German Literature Month and this time it's a novella from Theodor Fontane (1819-1898). She’s got a bit of Geneva chic. Back to German Literature Month and this time it’s a novella from Theodor Fontane (1819-1898). Fontane’s most famous work is arguably Effi Briest, and The Woman Taken in Adultery, an earlier work, is another tale on the same theme: an unhappy marriage and infidelity. The book’s back cover states that the book is remarkable for its portrayal of adultery with a happy ending