Biblical Art Collection Now Online

rembrandt_harmensz_van_rijn_0791A nice new index of Biblical art is online now, thanks to the Tali Education Fund. It’s not the first-ever of its kind, of course, and there’s nothing technically amazing here, but its organization–by subject, artist, medium, etc.–is useful and will hopefully be a boon to teachers and others looking for one stop shopping on “visual midrash.”

Here‘s the site.

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