Last Supper and Three Wise Men.
 
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Title:Last Supper and Three Wise Men
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This symbolically expressive work of art combines the aboriginal artistic process with Christian iconography. Note the Last Supper on the right; indicated by u-shaped figures, eleven disciples are turned toward Jesus, while Judas, in the bottom right corner, turns away. He is also made separate by his red-striped coloring, versus the black of the eleven.

Date:late 20th century?
Building:Australian Museum
Object/Function:Fiber arts
City/Town:Sydney
Country:Australia

Scripture:John 13:21-32
Luke 22:14-38
Lectionary links:BHoly03
General Subject:Last Supper

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Record Number:57490 Last Updated: 2020-04-14 13:24:38 Record Created: 2020-04-04 15:05:59
Institution:Vanderbilt University Unit: Collection: Art in the Christian Tradition