The Art World’s Historic Commemoration of Peter

Thumbnail image of Saint Peter

Warren Camp presents 550 famous “Peter” works of art including historic paintings, etchings, sculptures, engravings, drawings, stained glass, and other artwork monuments. They come from the Gothic (1100–1400), High Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassicism, and Romanticism (1800s) eras.

All are popular works, designed and created by famous, notable artists, many of whom you’ll likely recognize, including Rembrandt, Correggio, Raphael, Michelangelo, El Greco, Da Vinci, Masaccio, Huret, Ricci, Duccio, Galle, Tissot, Tintoretto, Botticelli, Dürer, Veneziano, Reni, Caravaggio, Rubens, Giotto, Titian, De Ribera, Fra Angelico, De Coster, Goya, Vasari, and many more. They’ll bring back recollections of your college “Art History 101” classes, using the H.W. Janson History of Art textbook.

“Peter” Has Indeed Left an Artistic Mark in Our World

In these albums, see numerous “Peter Masterpieces” created by renowned art masters from around the world.

 Album 1:  “Peter, Alone” (29 images)
 Album 2:  “Calling Apostle Peter” (12@), “Preaching the Gospel” (6@), and “Powerful Pentecost” (15@)
 Album 3:  “Peter’s Presence with Other Apostles” (28@) and “Walking on Water” (7@)
 Album 4:  “Receiving the Keys of Heaven” (15@), “Transfiguration” (8@), and “Tribute Money” (8@, 6@)
 Album 5:  “Peter Heals People” (23@) and “The Miraculous Catch of Fish” (6@, 7@)
 Album 6:  “Peter Gets Freed from Prison” (30@)
 Album 7:  “Miscellaneous New Testament Depictions of Peter” (35@)
 Album 8:  “Christ Washes Peter’s Feet” (26@)
 Album 9:  “The Last Supper — Part 1” (33@ of 122)
 Album 10:  “The Last Supper — Part 2” (33@ of 122)
 Album 11:  “The Last Supper — Part 3” (34@ of 122)
 Album 12:  “The Last Supper — Part 4” (32@ of 122)
 Album 13:  “Christ’s Agony in the Garden” (32@)
 Album 14:  “Judas’ Kiss,” “Jesus’ Betrayal,” and “Malchus’ Ear” (36@)
 Album 15:  “Peter Denies Knowing Christ” (32@)
 Album 16:  “Repentant Peter” (17@) and “Peter’s Martyrdom/Crucifixion” (17@)
 And, in Album 17, see “Stained Glass Windows Featuring Saint Peter” (34@)