Paintings of the Life of Jesus at Pinacoteca del Castello Sforzesco, Milan


   P.1355 - §3 Throughout the two years of their sojourn at Alexandria, Jesus enjoyed good health and continued to grow normally. Aside from a few friends and relatives no one was told about Jesus' being a "child of promise." One of Joseph's relatives revealed this to a few friends in Memphis, descendants of the distant Ikhnaton, and they, with a small group of Alexandrian believers, assembled at the palatial home of Joseph's relative-benefactor a short time before the return to Palestine to wish the Nazareth family well and to pay their respects to the child.
 
Sforza Castle, Milan
  Joseph
 
   Adoration of Shepherds
 
   Mother and Child
 
 
 
 
   Mother and Child + Others
 
 
 
 
 
   John the Baptist
 
 
   Wedding at Cana
 
   Gethesemane
 
   Flagellation
 
 
   Crowning with Thorns
 
 
   Resurrection
 
 
   Saints and Martyrs
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   Constantine
 
   Old Testament
 
 
   Greek Themes
 
 
 
   Other European paintings
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   Remnants of murals
 
 
   Miscellaneous