Talk:Transfiguration (Raphael)

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Content moved from Transfiguration of Jesus article[edit]

This content has been moved here from the Transfiguration of Jesus article:

  • This juxtaposition has been interpreted as a symbolic representation of the concept of divine grace. This has been moved fom the article on the event itself to the talk page about the painting.

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For ease of further research, the content was added on the Transfiguration of Jesus article by IP address 195.188.152.12 at 11:41 on February 12, 2005. JBogdan 15:15, 13 August 2006 (UTC)

Steiner reference to this work[edit]

Steiner refers to Raphael's work many times, eg a lecture dedicated to him GA62 of 30-Jan-1913; but also specifically to this work, in his lecture GA0155 of May 1912. Lectures are available online on the web for free but not sure if I could include the links here.

Give a link & we can see. Johnbod (talk) 12:48, 28 May 2013 (UTC)