At the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania there were several Christian based art pieces. This first painting baffled me as it made me stop and go back and look closer. I think it was John the Baptist, but I could not understand why they painted the chest so thin while the arms were so muscular and the upper legs were muscular and the lower bony. The left hand is twisted and contorted. Apparently he was depicted as thin from walking in the desert so long and worn this reversed camel hair frock and is usually pointing at the scripture. For more see the link: John the Baptist
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This one fascinated me because of the wood carving and painted wood. It even had extensive worm damage to the upper right.
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The next was a painting with an ancient painted and gilded frame.
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Finally there was a bust of a bishop or other religious figure:
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