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Genealogical Panels, late 12th century, Canterbury Cathedral, England, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon

Genealogical Panels, late 12th century, Canterbury Cathedral, England, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon


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Genealogical Panels, late 12th century, Canterbury Cathedral, England, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon

Genealogical Panels, late 12th century, Canterbury Cathedral, England, 20th century. Largely based on the list of names contained in the Gospel of St Luke with additional names from the Gospel of St Matthew, originally in the Choir, now in the South West transept of Canterbury Cathedral, when installed the figures were the largest known series of the genealogy of Christ in medieval art

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Ancestor Canterbury Canterbury Cathedral Colourful Genealogy Human Likeness Kent Male Likeness Stained Glass Mike Dixon


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This vibrant print captures the awe-inspiring Genealogical Panels, dating back to the late 12th century, housed within Canterbury Cathedral in England. Created by artist CM Dixon in the 20th century, these panels are a remarkable testament to medieval art and religious devotion. Originally located in the Choir of Canterbury Cathedral, they now find their home in the South West transept. When first installed, these figures represented the largest known series depicting the genealogy of Christ. The names inscribed on them are primarily derived from the Gospel of St Luke, with additional names sourced from the Gospel of St Matthew. The image showcases a group of men sitting outdoors amidst stunning stained glass windows. Each panel portrays human likeness with meticulous attention to detail and vivid colors that have stood the test of time. These figures symbolize generations upon generations who paved way for Jesus Christ's lineage. Canterbury Cathedral itself is an iconic symbol of Christianity and holds immense historical significance as one of England's most revered places of worship. Nestled in Kent county, this mediaeval masterpiece continues to inspire visitors with its grandeur and spiritual aura even today. Through this photograph by Mike Dixon (not affiliated with any company), viewers can glimpse into a moment frozen in time - a testament to faith, heritage, and artistic brilliance that has endured for centuries.

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