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Print made by George Baxter, 1804–1867, British, The Conversion of the Proconsul, after 1855
The Conversion of the Proconsul
- Former Title(s):
Elymas, The Sorcerer, Struck Blind
- Additional Title(s):
Elymas Struck Blind
- Part Of:
- after 1855
- Aquatint, etching, stipple engraving and color woodcut on cream card mounted on moderately thick, smooth, cream wove paper
- Image: 5 11/16 x 7 1/4 inches (14.4 x 18.4 cm)
Inscribed in graphite, on back, upper left: "B + B | E / iL | 17"; center: "Raphael Cartoon | Elymas Struck Blind | Full Colours Five | Signed bottom Left"
Lettered, in black ink, lower left inside image: "BRADSHAW & BLACKLOCK LICENCEES" (rest cut off)
- Credit Line:
- Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
- Copyright Status:
- Public Domain
- Accession Number:
- Prints and Drawings
- Subject Terms:
- at Paphos Paul and Barnabas are led before Sergius Paulus, the Roman governor | beards | beards | blind | chair | Christian | cloaks | columns | disciples | discussion (meeting) | domes | eyes | fear | gesturing | governor | laurel crown | magi | marble | men | New Testament | pointing | power | religious | religious and mythological subject | Roman | tapestry | temple | the Raphael Cartoons | the sorcerer Elymas (Elymes, Bar-Jesus), who tries to prevent Paul and Barnabas from speaking, is struck blind by paul | togas | wrath
- Associated People:
- Jesus Christ (7-2 BC/BCE to 30-36 AD/CE)
The Conversion of the Proconsul (cartoon, 1515)
Paul, the Apostle, St. (c. AD 5–c. AD 67)
Paullus, Lucius Sergius (1st century AD), proconsul
Barnabas, the Apostle, St. (died 61 AD)
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