234 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 34 are shown here).
19thC; Mason Co, A Cleric
19thC; Dodgson C L, (Lewis Carroll) Portrait of Unidentified Man (cleric?)
Albumen print (oval); Dodgson C L, (Lewis Carroll) Portrait of a Cleric
19thC, Family Album, c. 1880s, Jackson family of York ? (see gravestones in :50 - :54); Anon. Portrait of a cleric, wooden cross round neck, eyes looking sharply to his left
Portrait miniature on ivory of a cleric of the Turnour family, by Samuel Cotes. Great Britain, ca. 1770-1775.
Topographical Album, 20thC, c. 1937, Bilbrough Bequest (26 of 26); Bilbrough, K.L. England, Wiltshire, Ramsbury, church, with cleric outside
19thC, Family Album, c. 1880s, Jackson family of York ? (see gravestones in :50 - :54); Anon. Portrait of a cleric, 3/4 length, standing, looking upwards
Print, portrait of Thomas Powell, cleric of Hereford, engraving by Johannes Drapentier, ca. 1676.
Panel of clear glass with painted and stained decoration depicting the arms of Iodocus Knabs, a cleric from Lucerne. Swiss, Lucerne, dated 1646.
Tomb canopy fragment
Carved in the form of an angel in a spandrel, looking to the left, with its body in profile, and its head in three-quarter view. One wing is spread across the spandrel space, the other protrudes from the angel's back. The angel's right leg is raised, so that the posture appears to be almost a kneeling one. With both hands, the angel swings the chain of a censer, the main body of which is now lost. The angel's hair is carefully rendered with loose curls, and the idealised face is serene and expressionless.
Carved in the form of an angel in a spandrel, looking to the right, with much of its body and head in three-quarter view. One wing is spread across the spandrel space, the other protrudes from the angel's back. The angel adopts a kneeling posture. The angel swings the chain of a censer, with one hand holding the chain, the other its terminal end. The main body of the censer is now lost. The angel's hair forms a tight mass, incised with wave-like patterns.
Stained glass design
Stained glass design for church in Victoria Park, Manchester, pen and ink mounted on card, Burlison & Grylls, England, 1917
Painting entitled "A Cleric" by Father Cardew, 1939.
'The Cleric' by Gary Hume, silkscreen in six colours, 2000
Medal, bronze, portrait of Pierre Caignart, Cleric, by C. Martin, France, 17th century