Phillip Medhurst

Wisdom from a Gnostic Sage

Tag: Royal Academy

67. The Conversion of Saint Pau

The Conversion of Saint Paul (center); Saint Paul Persecuting the Christians (left); and Ananias Restoring Saint Paul’s Sight (right). c 1786. Oil on canvas. Framed dimensions: 58 x 49 ins (147.32 x 124.46 cms). Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas. This is the earliest and smallest of two versions of the subject by West. (He […]

067  Design for the East Window, St. George's Collegiate Chapel

The Last Supper and The Resurrection. Design for the East Window, St. George’s Collegiate Chapel, Windsor, 1781. Drawing; pen and ink on wash on paper. 635 mms x 410 mms. Royal Academy of Arts. Burlington House, Piccadilly, London. From 1779 to 1801 West became involved with the large-scale restoration of St George’s Chapel in Windsor […]

052  Christ Blessing Little Children

Christ Blessing Little Children. 1781. oil on canvas. 116.6 cms (45.91 ins) x 214.9 cms (84.61 ins). Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, London.

047  St John the Baptist

John the Baptist. Date. 28 May 1796. Print. Line engraving, engraved by John Landseer. Published by Thomas Macklin (1752/3 – 1800). 308 mm x 258 mms. Royal Academy of Arts Collection.

022  Moses showing the Brazen Serpent

Moses showing the Brazen Serpent. 30 August 1793. Print. Line engraving, engraved by John Hall. Published by Thomas Macklin. 310 mm x 247 mm. Royal Academy of Arts collection.

01  A design for the Chapel of Revealed Religion

c. 1780. Pen and ink, watercolour and body colour. 27.5 x 24.8 cm (sheet of paper). For the wall paintings for the Chapel planned by George III at Windsor Castle. At the centre, Moses receiving the tablets on Mount Sinai, with a scene of the Last Supper below. West enjoyed many years of patronage under […]