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Art and Images related to John's Gospel
compiled by Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D.

JOHN 1


The Prologue (John 1:1-18) - this passage is unique to John, but hard to depict in art
John (the Baptist) (John 1:19-34) - distinctively Johannine is how the Baptist points to Jesus as the "Lamb of God"
The First Disciples (John 1:35-51) - in the Synoptics, Jesus calls four fishers (Peter & Andrew, James & John) at the Sea of Galilee; in the Fourth Gospel, five disciples are introduced in a different order: first Andrew and an anonymous person, both disciples of John the Baptist; then Andrew's brother Simon (Peter); then Philip and Nathanael up in Galilee.


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John 1, esp. John (the Baptizer)
John 2–3, esp. the Wedding at Cana
John 4–6, esp. the Samaritan Woman
John 7–8, esp. the Adulterous Woman
John 9 –10, esp. the Man Born Blind
John 11–12, esp. the Raising of Lazarus
John 13–17, esp. the Washing of the Feet
John 18–19, esp. the Crucifixion and Burial Scenes
John 20–21, esp. Mary Magdalene & Doubting Thomas
Depictions of John the Evangelist
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