Using his typical chiaroscuro or dramatic light to dark contrast, Georges de la Tour brings an intimacy to The Adoration of the Shepherds.
The Penitent Magdalene is a somber scene by Georges de la Tour where Mary Magdalene meditates on her past life of sin with true contrition.
Peaceable Kingdom of the Branch was painted between 1826 and 1830 by Edward Hicks, who was a Quaker preacher and painter.
Jéan-Léon Gérôme painted The Wailing Wall, a site in Jerusalem sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims in 1880.
Saint Francis Kneeling in Meditation by El Greco, who was a prolific painter of this saint, who is seen here in a state of utter submission to the crucifix.
In The Conversion of Saint Paul by the Spanish Juan Bautista Maíno, we witness the moment when Saul the tax collector becomes Paul the Christian evangelist.
In The Age of Augustus, The Birth of Christ, Jean-Léon Gérôme portrayed a triumph of Augustus the first Roman emperor crowned in a laurel wreath
1818's Easter Morning by German painter Friedrich Overbeck depicts Jesus Christ blessing Mary Magdalene.
Annunciation by African-American painter Henry Ossawa Tanner depicts the Virgin Mary at the moment of her encounter with the angel Gabriel.
The Repentant St. Peter depics Peter, with the keys to heaven, imploring God for forgiveness after having denied Jesus three times.
This is Dutch Golden Age painter Gerard van Honthorst's religious masterpiece Adoration of the Shepherds which was painted in 1622.