Paulo prega aos Tessalonicenses – Gustave Doré
Paul Preaches to the Thessalonians (Paul prêche aux Thessaloniciens / Paulo Prega aos Tessalonicenses), 1870, Paul Jonnard-Pacel (Also known as Paul Jonnard, French Engraver, Printmaker and Illustrator, 1840-1902). Wood Engraving, 24.5 x 19.7 cm (9.75 x 7.75 in.) after Gustave Doré (French Romantic Illustrator, 1832-1883). From The Holy Scriptures containing the Old and New Testaments: Translated from The Latin Vulgate by Antonio Martini (1721-1809), with friezes by Enrico Giacomelli, Volume 2, 1869-1870 edition. Original: La Sainte Bible, according to the Vulgate, translation by Jean Jacques Bourassé and Pierre Désiré Janvier, also called “La Grande Bible de Tours”, published in 1866 in a deluxe version illustrated (Mame in Tours, France; Cassell and Company, England, 1866). Illustration to Acts 17:1-9 / 1 Thessalonians 2:9-12. Large size here.
Note: Paul Jonnard, french wood-engraver, printmaker and illustrator, active in Paris c.1863-1902. Known for his work after Gustave Doré. Worked for English and French magazines. He was commissioned for many of the reproductions of art works appearing in Magazine of Art (1888), The Aldine, the Art Journal of America. Variants of the name: Paul Jonnard Pacel (1840-1902), Florentin Jonnard-Pacel (1840-1902).