Paintings

The paintings of the Seven Sacraments that inspired Neil Bartlett's project are the second series of sacrament paintings by Nicolas Poussin, made between 1644-1648 for Paul Freart de Chantelou. They are hanging in the National Gallery Scotland as part of the Bridgewater Loan.

Baptism (1646)

Credit Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland (Bridgewater Loan, 1945)

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Confirmation (1645)

Credit Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland (Bridgewater Loan, 1945)

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Marriage (1647-48)

Credit Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland (Bridgewater Loan, 1945)

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Penance (1647)

Credit Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland (Bridgewater Loan, 1945)

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Ordination (1647)

Credit Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland (Bridgewater Loan, 1945)

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Eucharist (1647)

Credit Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland (Bridgewater Loan, 1945)

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Extreme Unction (1644)

Credit Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland (Bridgewater Loan, 1945)

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Credit and Creative Commons

All of the above images are on show at the National Gallery of Scotland, courtesy of the Bridgewater Loan (1945). 

All of the images above are a faithful photographic reproduction of a two-dimensional, public domain work of art. The work of art itself is in the public domain for the following reason: This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 100 years or less.