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Costume design by Leslie Hurry for the French Priest and Choir Boy in Becket by Jean Anouilh as performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company, 1961
Photograph of Buddha in Temple of Wat Mahan, Bangkok, gelatin silver print, ca. 1900s
Photograph of Assyrian sculpture, priest worshipping and genius worshipping, Paris: Louvre, albumen print, ca. 1880s
Holy card souvenir of a priest's ordination, Belgium, 1944.
Holy card, Belgium, mid-20th century.
Jain manuscript page, Kalpasutra, Mahavira, ink, paint and gold on paper, Gujarat, late 15th and early 16th century
Photograph depicting the seated figure of a Buddhist priest, T'ang Dynasty (ca. 618-906 AD), now in the collection of the V&A.
Boxed set of sixty colour prints, Macmillan's History Class Pictures Set 1, England, 1951
Procession figures and accessories
Metal religious figures and accessories, by Berliner Zinnfiguren, Germany, mid 20th century
Priest umbrella shadow puppet made in Burma in the 19th century.
Casket, top and six sides of a hexagonal wedding casket, fictile ivory of a 14th century Italian ivory.
Sash (obi) and tie, tex, Japan, 20th century
Kimono, tex, Japan, 20th century
Sash (obi), tex, Japan, 20th century
Vest (juban), tex, Japan, 20th century
Pair of clogs
Pair of clogs (geta), wood and synthetic leather, Japan, 20th century
Pair of sandals
Pair of sandals (waraji), straw, Japan, 20th century
Hat (gasa), straw, Japan, 20th century
Kesa, fabric, Japan, 20th century
Mat (zagu), fabric, Japan, 20th century
Lid and incence box, stoneware, Japan, 20th century
Costume design for a Priest by Annena Stubbs, Aida, 1970
Costume design for a Priest in the Prologue by Barry Kay, The Sleeping Beauty, Deutsche Oper Ballet, October 8th 1967
Costume Design for the Priest by Leon Bakst, Don Juan Refuté, New Theatre, St. Petersburg, March 12th 1907
Unmade paper model in sheet form showing Reposoir published by Didion in France, ca. 1900's.
Design, anonymous, for an eclesiastical textile 1900-1950.
A cast bronze armlet of lobed form depicting at its centre Durga with eight arms carrying a sword, shield and other weapons. To the right proper is Vishnu on Garuda, Vishnu's footprints or Vishnupada, Ganesha and Bhairava. To the left proper is shown Bhairava, a yantra and two dancing figures. Rings are found at intervals around the edge of the armlet.
Cast armlet of bronze in lobed form depicting Vishnu in four armed form riding on Garuda with outstretched wings, encircled by intertwined snakes whose hoods and heads rise above the main figures. Smaller images of deities at either side, to the left proper two dancing figures, a Vishnupada or Vishnu's footprints and a Bhairava. To the right proper a Ganesha, a Bhairava, a yantra and a Vishnu riding on Garuda. The armlet's edge is pierced along almost its entire length and has cast loops at intervals.
White cotton with a princess-line panel of diagonally-placed embroidered insertion at centre front; made in the UK 1885. The gown was worn by William Raemers (born 1885) a child born without a right hand who later became a priest and had dispensation to bless using his left hand
Costume designed by Stephanos Laziridis for a Priest in Verdi's opera, Aida, English National Opera, 1979.
Costume design by Michael Annals for the Priest in the ballet, Prodigal Son, choreographed by Barry Moreland, London Festival Ballet, London Coliseum, 1974
Black and white photograph of Jill Esmond as Olivia, Charles Duer as the Priest and Marius Goring as Feste in Tyrone Guthrie's production of Twelfth Night, Old Vic, 1937. The photograph is mounted inside a Photo Album containing forty nine photographs of Laurence Olivier. Olivier played Sir Toby Belch in the production and was married to Jill Esmond at the time. The photograph was taken by J. W. Debenham.
Watercolour by Elizabeth Murray (née Heaphy) entitled 'Church Patronage'. British School, ca. 1830-82.
Entrance to the Tomb of Sultan Mehmet I, Bursa, 1841. John Frederick Lewis
Legros "A Priest"
Mezzotint by Johann Jakob Haid entitled 'Il Prete Jean', depicting Prester John. German School, ca. 1750.
Etching and stipple engraving after drawings by W. M. Sharp depicting six images of Kalmuk peoples. Published in London, 1821.
19thC, Venice Gallery Drawings, 1858; Bardi A, Raphael, Priest kneeling
19thC; Anon, A Priest, Nice ?, c1903
19/20thC, Ilford Album; Priest L, Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, 1953
Sketchbook; almery in the treasury of a church, A.W.N. Pugin, 1837.
Sketchbook; Rich medieval interior with an old man in bed, A.W.N. Pugin, 1837.
Sketchbook; burial of a coffin, A.W.N. Pugin, 1837.
Sketchbook; rood screen, A.W.N. Pugin, 1837.
Sketchbook; priest saying requiem mass, A.W.N. Pugin, 1837.
Sketchbook; baptism of a child, A.W.N. Pugin, 1837.
Topographical Album, 19thC, Smith Collection vol. III; Anon. Turkey, 'Turkish priest'
Etching and stipple
'Sir Thomas Barnardiston, 1503,' brass rubbing, Great Coates Church, Lincolnshire.
Unknown. Rubbing of a c.1420 brass of a priest in vestments from Mersham Church, Kent, England.
'Priest in mass vestments, c. 1400,' brass rubbing, Stanford-on-Soar Church, Nottinghamshire.
'Effigy of Henry Fazakyrley, Priest, 1531,' Brass rubbing, Drayton Beauchamp Church, Buckinghamshire.
Black and white photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson depicting a priest, seated on a white bench, reading in a garden surrounded by plants and sculpture. Italy, 1958.
Alphonse Legros, A priest praying.
Gysbert Willemsz de Raet, priest, Amsterdam
Foreign ecclesiastical, rubbing (effigy), Châlons-sur-Marne, France.
Seven sons & one as a priest, c.1520
Part of priest in chasuble, Flemish, 15th century
Part of priest in chasuble, prob. German
Part of a priest in chasuble, Norfolk, c.1480
Part of a priest in chasuble, Norfolk, c.1460
Half-effigy of priest, re-used, c.1460
Lebbie Orchard, priest effigy, Kent, 1580
Fragment of palimpsest brass: head and shoulders of priest in alb and stole. c. 1400. Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford.
Shrouded effigy of priest, Essex, c.1480
Rubbing of a monumental slab
Fragments of effigy of priest, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland
Topographical Album, 20thC, 1902-1904, Bilbrough Bequest (7 of 28); Bilbrough, K.L. France?, Costebelle, priest standing near trees, reading, 16/03/1904
Topographical Album, 20thC, 1902-1904, Bilbrough Bequest (7 of 28); Bilbrough, K.L. France?, Costebelle, priest standing on path through trees, reading
Topographical Album, 20thC, 1902-1904, Bilbrough Bequest (7 of 28); Bilbrough, K.L. France?, Costebelle, priest leaning against tree, 16/03/1904
Topographical Album, 20thC, 1902-1904, Bilbrough Bequest (7 of 28); Bilbrough, K.L. France, Costebelle, priest reading on path to church, 08/01/1904
Topographical Album, 20thC, 1902-1904, Bilbrough Bequest (7 of 28); Bilbrough, K.L. France, priest standing in front of a palm tree, 22/03/1904
Topographical Album, 20thC, 1902-1904, Bilbrough Bequest (7 of 28); Bilbrough, K.L. France, priest standing in garden, 22/03/1904
Topographical Album, 20thC, 1904, Bilbrough Bequest (8 of 28); Bilbrough, K.L. France, Priest, 'M. L'Abbe', reading next to tree, 16/03/1904
Topographical Album, 20thC, 1904, Bilbrough Bequest (8 of 28); Bilbrough, K.L. France, Solies Ville, view, priest reading in foreground, 23/02/1904
Changing cards: in one scene priest holds cross before five persons, in changed scene he holds a clyster and persons have bare buttocks; French; ca.1903. Milford Haven Collection.
Changing cards: in one scene priest is with man, in changed scene priest stands behind almost naked woman squatting over a cat and reading book; French; ca.1903. Milford Haven Collection.