James Tissot converted to Catholicism and dedicated the rest of his career to biblical subject matter. “The Flight of the Prisoners” depicts the migration of Jews into exile, probably in the sixth century B.C., sent by the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar, after his armies sacked Jerusalem.
James Tissot converted to Catholicism and dedicated the rest of his career to biblical subject matter. “The Flight of the Prisoners” depicts the migration of Jews into exile, probably in the sixth century B.C., sent by the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar, after his armies sacked Jerusalem. WIKIART
James Tissot converted to Catholicism and dedicated the rest of his career to biblical subject matter. “The Flight of the Prisoners” depicts the migration of Jews into exile, probably in the sixth century B.C., sent by the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar, after his armies sacked Jerusalem. WIKIART

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