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Cardinal and Nun (Caress). By Egon Schiele. 1912. Oil on Canvas, 69,8 x 80,1 cm. Painting by Egon Schiele.  © IMAGNO/Austrian Archives / The Image Works
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Cardinal and Nun (Caress). By Egon Schiele. 1912. Oil on Canvas, 69,8 x 80,1 cm. Painting by Egon Schiele. © IMAGNO/Austrian Archives / The Image Works
Sandviken, Sweden The Sandviken Church built in 1930 on Storgatan.  © Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
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Sandviken, Sweden The Sandviken Church built in 1930 on Storgatan.
© Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
Hartford, Ct, USA The ancient burial ground at the First Church of Christ  © Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
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Hartford, Ct, USA The ancient burial ground at the First Church of Christ
© Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
Duke Ellington, rehearsal for a Sacred Concert at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, 1967. On February 20, 1967, Duke Ellington's 15-piece ensemble, featuring many of jazz's all-time greats, played a two-hour special concert in Cambridge. 1,300 people packed into the church, for the one-off show; which featured tap-dancing, and a lengthy drum solo. As well as Ellington at the keyboard, star players on the night included trumpet player Cat Anderson, saxophonist Johnny Hodges, drummer Rufus "Speedy" Jones, and Esther Marrow on vocals.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive/ Heritage / The Image Works
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Duke Ellington, rehearsal for a Sacred Concert at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, 1967. On February 20, 1967, Duke Ellington's 15-piece ensemble, featuring many of jazz's all-time greats, played a two-hour special concert in Cambridge. 1,300 people packed into the church, for the one-off show; which featured tap-dancing, and a lengthy drum solo. As well as Ellington at the keyboard, star players on the night included trumpet player Cat Anderson, saxophonist Johnny Hodges, drummer Rufus "Speedy" Jones, and Esther Marrow on vocals.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive/ Heritage / The Image Works
Duke Ellington, rehearsal for a Sacred Concert at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, 1967. On February 20, 1967, Duke Ellington's 15-piece ensemble, featuring many of jazz's all-time greats, played a two-hour special concert in Cambridge. 1,300 people packed into the church, for the one-off show; which featured tap-dancing, and a lengthy drum solo. As well as Ellington at the keyboard, star players on the night included trumpet player Cat Anderson, saxophonist Johnny Hodges, drummer Rufus "Speedy" Jones, and Esther Marrow on vocals.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive/ Heritage / The Image Works
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Duke Ellington, rehearsal for a Sacred Concert at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, 1967. On February 20, 1967, Duke Ellington's 15-piece ensemble, featuring many of jazz's all-time greats, played a two-hour special concert in Cambridge. 1,300 people packed into the church, for the one-off show; which featured tap-dancing, and a lengthy drum solo. As well as Ellington at the keyboard, star players on the night included trumpet player Cat Anderson, saxophonist Johnny Hodges, drummer Rufus "Speedy" Jones, and Esther Marrow on vocals.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive/ Heritage / The Image Works
Duke Ellington, rehearsal for a Sacred Concert at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, 1967. Duke Ellington, rehearsal for a Sacred Concert at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, 1967. On February 20, 1967, Duke Ellington's 15-piece ensemble, featuring many of jazz's all-time greats, played a two-hour special concert in Cambridge. 1,300 people packed into the church, for the one-off show; which featured tap-dancing, and a lengthy drum solo. As well as Ellington at the keyboard, star players on the night included trumpet player Cat Anderson, saxophonist Johnny Hodges, drummer Rufus "Speedy" Jones, and Esther Marrow on vocals.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive/ Heritage / The Image Works
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Duke Ellington, rehearsal for a Sacred Concert at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, 1967. Duke Ellington, rehearsal for a Sacred Concert at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, 1967. On February 20, 1967, Duke Ellington's 15-piece ensemble, featuring many of jazz's all-time greats, played a two-hour special concert in Cambridge. 1,300 people packed into the church, for the one-off show; which featured tap-dancing, and a lengthy drum solo. As well as Ellington at the keyboard, star players on the night included trumpet player Cat Anderson, saxophonist Johnny Hodges, drummer Rufus "Speedy" Jones, and Esther Marrow on vocals.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive/ Heritage / The Image Works
Duke Ellington, rehearsal for a Sacred Concert at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, 1967. On February 20, 1967, Duke Ellington's 15-piece ensemble, featuring many of jazz's all-time greats, played a two-hour special concert in Cambridge. 1,300 people packed into the church, for the one-off show; which featured tap-dancing, and a lengthy drum solo. As well as Ellington at the keyboard, star players on the night included trumpet player Cat Anderson, saxophonist Johnny Hodges, drummer Rufus "Speedy" Jones, and Esther Marrow on vocals.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive/ Heritage / The Image Works
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Duke Ellington, rehearsal for a Sacred Concert at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, 1967. On February 20, 1967, Duke Ellington's 15-piece ensemble, featuring many of jazz's all-time greats, played a two-hour special concert in Cambridge. 1,300 people packed into the church, for the one-off show; which featured tap-dancing, and a lengthy drum solo. As well as Ellington at the keyboard, star players on the night included trumpet player Cat Anderson, saxophonist Johnny Hodges, drummer Rufus "Speedy" Jones, and Esther Marrow on vocals.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive/ Heritage / The Image Works
Duke Ellington, rehearsal for a Sacred Concert at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, 1967. On February 20, 1967, Duke Ellington's 15-piece ensemble, featuring many of jazz's all-time greats, played a two-hour special concert in Cambridge. 1,300 people packed into the church, for the one-off show; which featured tap-dancing, and a lengthy drum solo. As well as Ellington at the keyboard, star players on the night included trumpet player Cat Anderson, saxophonist Johnny Hodges, drummer Rufus "Speedy" Jones, and Esther Marrow on vocals.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive/ Heritage / The Image Works
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Duke Ellington, rehearsal for a Sacred Concert at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, 1967. On February 20, 1967, Duke Ellington's 15-piece ensemble, featuring many of jazz's all-time greats, played a two-hour special concert in Cambridge. 1,300 people packed into the church, for the one-off show; which featured tap-dancing, and a lengthy drum solo. As well as Ellington at the keyboard, star players on the night included trumpet player Cat Anderson, saxophonist Johnny Hodges, drummer Rufus "Speedy" Jones, and Esther Marrow on vocals.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive/ Heritage / The Image Works
Paul Gonsalves (tenor sax) and Lawrence Brown (trombone), rehearsal for a Sacred Concert, Cambridge, 1967. On February 20, 1967, Duke Ellington's 15-piece ensemble, featuring many of jazz's all-time greats, played a two-hour special concert in Cambridge. 1,300 people packed into the church, for the one-off show; which featured tap-dancing, and a lengthy drum solo. As well as Ellington at the keyboard, other star players on the night included trumpet player Cat Anderson, saxophonist Johnny Hodges, drummer Rufus "Speedy" Jones, and Esther Marrow on vocals.  Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive/ Heritage / The Image Works
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Paul Gonsalves (tenor sax) and Lawrence Brown (trombone), rehearsal for a Sacred Concert, Cambridge, 1967. On February 20, 1967, Duke Ellington's 15-piece ensemble, featuring many of jazz's all-time greats, played a two-hour special concert in Cambridge. 1,300 people packed into the church, for the one-off show; which featured tap-dancing, and a lengthy drum solo. As well as Ellington at the keyboard, other star players on the night included trumpet player Cat Anderson, saxophonist Johnny Hodges, drummer Rufus "Speedy" Jones, and Esther Marrow on vocals.
Creator: Brian Foskett © National Jazz Archive/ Heritage / The Image Works
The everlasting Father, c. 1750. Found in the Collection of Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava. © Fine Art Images/Heritage / The Image Works
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The everlasting Father, c. 1750. Found in the Collection of Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava. © Fine Art Images/Heritage / The Image Works
With the pen and the light of science reveals the machinations of the sects, 1929. Found in the Collection of Russian State Library, Moscow. © Fine Art Images/Heritage / The Image Works
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With the pen and the light of science reveals the machinations of the sects, 1929. Found in the Collection of Russian State Library, Moscow. © Fine Art Images/Heritage / The Image Works
The Saviors of the World, 1923. Found in the Collection of Russian State Library, Moscow. © Fine Art Images/Heritage / The Image Works
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The Saviors of the World, 1923. Found in the Collection of Russian State Library, Moscow. © Fine Art Images/Heritage / The Image Works
The Creation of the World, from the Worms Bible, 1529. Private Collection. © Fine Art Images/Heritage / The Image Works
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The Creation of the World, from the Worms Bible, 1529. Private Collection. © Fine Art Images/Heritage / The Image Works
Christmas Hand Puppets, 1920s. Private Collection. © Fine Art Images/Heritage / The Image Works
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Christmas Hand Puppets, 1920s. Private Collection. © Fine Art Images/Heritage / The Image Works
Kulak and Priest , 1922. Private Collection. © Fine Art Images/Heritage / The Image Works
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Kulak and Priest , 1922. Private Collection. © Fine Art Images/Heritage / The Image Works
Helsinki, Finland The Helsinki Cathedral at night.  © Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
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Helsinki, Finland The Helsinki Cathedral at night.
© Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
Helsinki, Finland The Eira neighborhood of Helsinki and church spires.  © Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
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Helsinki, Finland The Eira neighborhood of Helsinki and church spires.
© Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
Visitors wait to visit the tomb of Jesus inside  the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, Israel  © Adam Tanner / The Image Works
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Visitors wait to visit the tomb of Jesus inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, Israel
© Adam Tanner / The Image Works
Interior of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, Israel  © Adam Tanner / The Image Works
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Interior of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, Israel
© Adam Tanner / The Image Works
Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, Israel  © Adam Tanner / The Image Works
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Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, Israel
© Adam Tanner / The Image Works
Dome and mosaics above the Greek Choir in the  the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, Israel  © Adam Tanner / The Image Works
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Dome and mosaics above the Greek Choir in the the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, Israel
© Adam Tanner / The Image Works
Ethiopian woman visits the  Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, Israel  © Adam Tanner / The Image Works
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Ethiopian woman visits the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, Israel
© Adam Tanner / The Image Works
Holy Sepulchre and Dome above in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, Israel  © Adam Tanner / The Image Works
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Holy Sepulchre and Dome above in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, Israel
© Adam Tanner / The Image Works
Jewish worshippers at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, Israel  © Adam Tanner / The Image Works
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Jewish worshippers at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, Israel
© Adam Tanner / The Image Works
Jewish worshippers at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, Israel  © Adam Tanner / The Image Works
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Jewish worshippers at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, Israel
© Adam Tanner / The Image Works

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