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Heretic Collection

"The Heretic: Defying Dogma and Challenging Beliefs Throughout History" The Burning of Cranmer

Background imageHeretic Collection: Colonial family banished from Puritan Massachusetts, 1600s

Colonial family banished from Puritan Massachusetts, 1600s
Punishing heretics by exiling them from Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageHeretic Collection: Baruch Spinoza, caricature

Baruch Spinoza, caricature
Baruch Spinoza. Caricature of the Dutch philosopher Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677). Spinoza is considered to be one of Western philosophys most important philosophers

Background imageHeretic Collection: The Burning Of Cranmer, 1556, (c1850)

The Burning Of Cranmer, 1556, (c1850). Thomas Cranmer was one of the first Anglican martyrs burned for heresy in 1556. Colour plate from Pictures of English History

Background imageHeretic Collection: Giordano Bruno, Italian philosopher

Giordano Bruno, Italian philosopher
Giordano Bruno (1548-1600), Italian philosopher. Bruno was a supporter of the Copernican view that the Earth revolved around the Sun

Background imageHeretic Collection: Galileo and his daughter Maria Celeste

Galileo and his daughter Maria Celeste
Galilei Galileo (1564-1642), Italian physicist and astronomer, being guided by his daughter Maria Celeste (1600-1634), a nun

Background imageHeretic Collection: PSCI2A-00010

PSCI2A-00010
Galileo attempting to defend his belief in the heliocentric solar system before the Inquisition in Rome, 1633. Hand colored halftone of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageHeretic Collection: St. Dominic de Guzman and the Albigensians, 1493-99 (oil on panel)

St. Dominic de Guzman and the Albigensians, 1493-99 (oil on panel)
3247804 St. Dominic de Guzman and the Albigensians, 1493-99 (oil on panel) by Berruguete, Pedro (c.1450-1504); 122x83 cm; Prado, Madrid

Background imageHeretic Collection: John Oldcastle, Lord Cobham 1378-1417), Lollard leader. Condemned as heretic for denying

John Oldcastle, Lord Cobham 1378-1417), Lollard leader. Condemned as heretic for denying transubstantiation
530379 John Oldcastle, Lord Cobham 1378-1417), Lollard leader. Condemned as heretic for denying transubstantiation and hung and burnt hanging in St Giles's Fields, London, 1417

Background imageHeretic Collection: Portrait of Simon IV the Fort, Count of Montfort (1150 - 1218), 19th century. (engraving)

Portrait of Simon IV the Fort, Count of Montfort (1150 - 1218), 19th century. (engraving)
PCT4256256 Portrait of Simon IV the Fort, Count of Montfort (1150 - 1218), 19th century. (engraving); (add.info.: Leader of the army of the Crusaders against the Albigeois (Cathars)

Background imageHeretic Collection: The 20 condemned prisoners of the Spanish Inquisition

The 20 condemned prisoners of the Spanish Inquisition
3330073 The 20 condemned prisoners of the Spanish Inquisition; (add.info.: Engraving depicting the 20 condemned prisoners of the Spanish Inquisition to be burned for heresy after being paraded)

Background imageHeretic Collection: The Heretics, 1897 (engraving)

The Heretics, 1897 (engraving)
8683380 The Heretics, 1897 (engraving) by Rodin, Auguste (1840-1917) (after); Musee Goupil, Bordeaux, France; (add.info.: "The Heretics", after Auguste Rodin, 1897)

Background imageHeretic Collection: Galileo Galilei facing the Inquisition, 1633 (litho)

Galileo Galilei facing the Inquisition, 1633 (litho)
8673172 Galileo Galilei facing the Inquisition, 1633 (litho) by Woodville, Richard Caton II (1856-1927) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageHeretic Collection: Portrait of Anne Hutchinson (1591-1643)

Portrait of Anne Hutchinson (1591-1643)
SLS251313 Portrait of Anne Hutchinson (1591-1643) by American School, (20th century); Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute

Background imageHeretic Collection: Luther at the Diet of Worms, 1521, (1890). Creator: Unknown

Luther at the Diet of Worms, 1521, (1890). Creator: Unknown
Luther at the Diet of Worms, 1521, (1890). The Diet of Worms 1521 was an assembly of the Holy Roman Empire called by King Charles V in Heylshof Garden, Worms, to address Martin Luther

Background imageHeretic Collection: Sybil Thorndike as Saint Joan, 1924. Artist: William Kerridge Haselden

Sybil Thorndike as Saint Joan, 1924. Artist: William Kerridge Haselden
Sybil Thorndike as Saint Joan, 1924. English actress Thorndike (1882-1976) took the heroine's role in the first London production of George Bernard Shaw's play Saint Joan which was first

Background imageHeretic Collection: Sketch for the church of Saint-Séverin: the childhood of St Francis de Sales... c.1852

Sketch for the church of Saint-Séverin: the childhood of St Francis de Sales... c.1852. Creator: Victor-Louis Mottez
Sketch for the Saint-Severin church (5th arrondissement of Paris): the childhood of St Francis de Sales - St Francis preaching to the heretics of Chablais, c.1852

Background imageHeretic Collection: Esquisse pour l'église Saint-Ambroise : saint Augustin, au concile de Carthage... c.1873-1875

Esquisse pour l'église Saint-Ambroise : saint Augustin, au concile de Carthage... c.1873-1875
Esquisse pour l'eglise Saint-Ambroise : Saint Augustin, au concile de Carthage, reconcilie les catholiques et les donatistes, between 1873 and 1875

Background imageHeretic Collection: Esquisse pour l'église Saint-Ambroise : saint Augustin faisant cesser un usage... c.1872-1875

Esquisse pour l'église Saint-Ambroise : saint Augustin faisant cesser un usage... c.1872-1875
Esquisse pour l'eglise Saint-Ambroise : saint Augustin faisant cesser un usage barbare selon lequel les peres, les freres et les fils se battaient entre eux pour s'exercer a la guerre

Background imageHeretic Collection: Statue of Girolamo Savonarola (1452-98) (photo)

Statue of Girolamo Savonarola (1452-98) (photo)
7425645 Statue of Girolamo Savonarola (1452-98) (photo) by Pazzi, Enrico (1819-99); Ferrara, Italy; (add.info.: Dominican Prior of San Marco; hanged)

Background imageHeretic Collection: SERVET, Miguel (1511-1553). Spanish doctor and theologian

SERVET, Miguel (1511-1553). Spanish doctor and theologian. Known for his theory on the circulation of blood. He was condemned as a heretic, and sentenced to death by being burned alive

Background imageHeretic Collection: Galileo, a promotional card for Poulain chocolate with illustrations of Galileo's trial by

Galileo, a promotional card for Poulain chocolate with illustrations of Galileo's trial by the Inquisition
488391 Galileo, a promotional card for Poulain chocolate with illustrations of Galileo's trial by the Inquisition and his signature, c.1910 (colour lithograph) by French School

Background imageHeretic Collection: Galileo, front and reverse of a promotional card for Poulain chocolate with illustrations of

Galileo, front and reverse of a promotional card for Poulain chocolate with illustrations of Galileo's trial by
488390 Galileo, front and reverse of a promotional card for Poulain chocolate with illustrations of Galileo's trial by the Inquisition, his signature and an account of his life

Background imageHeretic Collection: Triumph of the Catholic Church, Detail depicting the heretic Arius, 1365 (fresco)

Triumph of the Catholic Church, Detail depicting the heretic Arius, 1365 (fresco)
AIS5365113 Triumph of the Catholic Church, Detail depicting the heretic Arius, 1365 (fresco) by Andrea di Bonaiuto (Andrea da Firenze) (fl.1343-77); (add.info)

Background imageHeretic Collection: Patrick Hamilton, 1504 - 1528

Patrick Hamilton, 1504 - 1528
3116324 Patrick Hamilton, 1504 - 1528. by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Scottish churchman and an early Protestant Reformer in Scotland)

Background imageHeretic Collection: Last Honours tot the Dukes Egmont and Horne, 1851

Last Honours tot the Dukes Egmont and Horne, 1851
7337433 Last Honours tot the Dukes Egmont and Horne, 1851 by Gallait, Louis (1810-87); Musee des Beaux-Arts, Tournai, Belgium; (add.info)

Background imageHeretic Collection: Dispute between monks and Jews, with the burning of heretical books (wood bas-relief)

Dispute between monks and Jews, with the burning of heretical books (wood bas-relief)
AIS5369317 Dispute between monks and Jews, with the burning of heretical books (wood bas-relief) by Juni, Juan de (1507-77); Museo de Leon, Castile and Leon, Spain; © Iberfoto

Background imageHeretic Collection: Court of the Inquisition (engraving)

Court of the Inquisition (engraving)
IND52912 Court of the Inquisition (engraving) by Goya y Lucientes, Francisco Jose de (1746-1828); Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Madrid, Spain; Index Fototeca



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"The Heretic: Defying Dogma and Challenging Beliefs Throughout History" The Burning of Cranmer, 1556 (c1850): Witness the fiery fate of Archbishop Thomas Cranmer as he pays the ultimate price for his heretical beliefs. Colonial family banished from Puritan Massachusetts, 1600s: Follow the harrowing journey of a brave family exiled from their community due to their unorthodox views in staunchly religious times. Baruch Spinoza, caricature: Uncover the controversial life and ideas of philosopher Baruch Spinoza through a satirical portrayal that captures both admiration and condemnation. Joan of Arc burned at the stake, 1431: Delve into the tragic story of an extraordinary young woman who defied societal norms and paid with her life for her perceived heresy. Galileo and his daughter Maria Celeste: Explore the intimate bond between Galileo Galilei and his daughter Maria Celeste as they navigate a world where scientific discoveries clash with religious doctrines. The Siege of Carcassonne, 1209 (c1858-1921). Artist: Jean-Paul Laurens: Step back in time to witness a pivotal moment during the Albigensian Crusade when Cathars faced persecution for their divergent spiritual beliefs. Giordano Bruno, Italian philosopher: Encounter one of history's most audacious thinkers whose radical ideas challenged established dogmas leading to his tragic demise at the hands of Inquisition authorities. St. Dominic de Guzman and the Albigensians, 1493-99 (oil on panel): Unearth an epic struggle between St. Dominic de Guzman and followers deemed as dangerous heretics during medieval times - an ideological battle that shaped Europe's religious landscape. Galileo Galilei, Italian astronomer.