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13 results filtered with: Ecstasy
  • Two faces expressing veneration and rapture. Etching, c. 1760, after C. Le Brun.
  • Four faces expressing (clockwise from top left): admiration mixed with astonishment, admiration, veneration, and ecstasy. Etching by A.-J. Defehrt after C. Le Brun.
  • De l'angoisse à l'extase : études sur les croyances et les sentiments / par le dr. Pierre Janet.
  • The face of a woman in ecstasy (left); a female face expressing simple love (right). Etching by B. Picart, 1713, after C. Le Brun.
  • The ecstasy of Andrea Corsini. Drawing by F. Rosaspina, c. 1830, after G. Reni, c. 1635-40.
  • A male figure expressing ecstasy. Crayon Manner Print by W. Hebert, c. 1770, after C. Le Brun.
  • The Holy Spirit initiates the Pentecost. Engraving by A. Mochetti after N. Poussin (?).
  • Tongues of fire descend on the apostles at Pentecost. Lithograph.
  • An ecstatic eye. Drawing, c. 1794.
  • A face expressing rapture. Engraving by M. Engelbrecht (?), 1732, after C. Le Brun.
  • Saint Michael of Sanctis: he experiences ecstasy before the sacrament of the Eucharist. Engraving by J. Bossi after himself.
  • Tongues of fire appear to the apostles, who sit around a throne, occupied by the praying Virgin Mary. Reproduction of a woodcut.
  • Tongues of fire descend on the apostles (Pentecost). Engraving by Jan Wierix, 1581, after P. van der Borcht.