Allegory from the Book of Revelations, XXII v.2, with Christ crucified on a tree of fruit, with fashionable people in the foreground taking the broad way to the bottomless pit, and ignoring preachers such as John Wesley and George Whitefield; the New Jeru

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1935,0522.3.51

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Allegory from the Book of Revelations, XXII v.2, with Christ crucified on a tree of fruit, with fashionable people in the foreground taking the broad way to the bottomless pit, and ignoring preachers such as John Wesley and George Whitefield; the New Jeru

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  • Allegory from the Book of Revelations, XXII v.2, with Christ crucified on a tree of fruit, with fashionable people in the foreground taking the broad way to the bottomless pit, and ignoring preachers such as John Wesley and George Whitefield; the New Jeru

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  • Christ crucified on a tree which bears fruits carrying the names of virtues; beyond him is the "New Jerusalem" and in the foreground a contemporary street scene with two preachers (John Wesley and George Whitefield) attempting to direct sinners toward the narrow gate to heaven and away from the broad way that leads to hell.  .   Etching with hand-colouring

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