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Unknown early or Renaissance Flemish or Dutch artist, circa 1500, oil on panel. [If you can add anything, comments and edits directly to this page are welcome.]

Beginning around the twelfth century, the trinitarian god was sometimes depicted as a three-faced or three-headed Jesus, until Urban VIII declared this heretical in 1628. Examples include Filippo Lippi's St. Augustine Perceives the Trinity and Andrea del Sarto's Trinity with Four Saints.[1]

This painting has been with the Shickman Gallery, New York. Reproduced in F Buechner, The Faces of Jesus, 1974, page 216; G R Elder, An Encyclopedia of Archetypal Symbolism, vol 2 The Body, 1996, page 92.

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