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Triumphal Entry and Palm Sunday Artwork

collected by Dr. Ralph F. Wilson

Duccio di Buoninsegna, detail, Entry into Jerusalem (1308-11), tempera on wood, Museo dell'Opera, From the reverse central part of the "Maestà" del Duomo, Siena. Larger image.


Adel Nassief, Entry into Jerusalem (1990) tempera and gold on wood, St. Mary Church, Amsterdam, Holland, Coptic icon.

George & Diana Voyajolu, Iconographers, Kamena Vourla, Greece. The Entry into Jerusalem. Byzantine style, contemporary artists.

Pat Marvenko Smith, The Triumphal Entry, Standard Publishing Co. 


Duccio di Buoninsegna, Entry into Jerusalem (1308-11), tempera on wood, 100x57 cm, Museo dell'Opera, From the reverse central part of the "Maestà" del Duomo, Siena. Another.

Fra Angelico (1387-1455), The Entry into Jerusalem, , St Mark, Florence

William Blake, Christ's entry into Jerusalem (1800), pen and tempra on copper, Polllock House, Corporation of Glasgow

Albrecht Dürer, Christ's Entry into Jerusalem (1511), woodcut, The Small Passion

Giotto di Bonde, Entry into Jerusalem (1304-06), Fresco, Cappella Scrovegni (Arena Chapel), Padua

Pedro Orrente, Entry into Jerusalem (c. 1520), oil on canvas, State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg

Benjamin Robert Haydon, Christ's Entry into Jerusalem (1814-20), Oil on canvas, 396 x 457 cm, Mount St Mary's Seminary, Cincinnati

Pietro Lorenzetti, Entry of Christ into Jerusalem (c. 1320), Fresco, Lower Church, San Francesco, Assisi

UNKNOWN MASTER, French, Three Scenes (1350-75), Alabaster, Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Antwerp


Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld, Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem

Gustave Doré, Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem (1865), engraving from La Sainte Bible.

Unknown artist Lesson 20

Unknown artist, Messiah

Unknown artist, Santa Cruz Bible Church

Unknown illustrator, bright colors

NetGlimpse unknown artist

Benjamin Robert Haydon (1786-1846), Christ's Entry into Jerusalem.

James J. Tissot (French painter and illustrator, 1836-1902)

James J. Tissot, 'Jesus Beheld the City and Wept over It' (1896), Brooklyn Museum, watercolor.
James J. Tissot, 'Jesus Beheld the City and Wept over It' (1896), Brooklyn Museum, watercolor. Larger image.

Alexandre Bida, Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem, engraving, from Christ in Art by Edward Eggleston (1874).

Siegfried Detler Bendixen, Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem, from Bible printed by Edward Gover, 1870s.

Stained Glass

Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, north wall of north transept, right in Trinity Church (Episcopal), Torrington, CT. Executed by Henry Eldridge Goodhue Company, Cambridge, MA, Mar 22, 1909, Walter G. Ball designer.


Map of Triumphal Entry

Model of city

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Copyright of artwork. Much, but not all, of the artwork linked to on this site is in the public domain worldwide due to the date of death of its author (if it is was published outside of the U.S. and the author has been dead for over 70 years), or due to its date of publication (if it was first made public in the U.S. before 1923), at least in the United States (see Bridgeman Art Library v. Corel Corp.), in Germany, and in many other countries.

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