Old Testament: Eliezer

Eliezer of Damascus, 1860


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The Putnam Dana McMillan Fundexpand_more  67.51

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William Dyce was a religious and historical painter whose style and erudite subject matter allied him to the German Nazarenes and anticipated the interests of the English Pre-Raphaelites. Identified in Genesis as Abraham's Syrian steward, Eliezer of Damascus is one of the less prominent characters in the Bible.

Eliezer of Damascus
Artist Life
(Scotland), 1806–1864
Accession Number
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Old Testament: Eliezer