Painters Paintings John Frederick Lewis (1805–1876): And the Prayer of Faith Shall Save the Sick”, …

Painters Work John Frederick Lewis (1805–1876): And the Prayer of Religion Shall Save the Sick”, 1872, oil on panel, 90, eight x 70, eight cm (35.74 x 27.87 in), Yale Heart for British Artwork
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Lewis’ ‘And the Prayer of Religion Shall Save the Sick’ depicts a younger girl, reclining in her sickbed. A panel on the wall above her head bears a aid of the traditional Egyptian goddess Hathor, manifested as Sekhmet; the centre of the wall is inscribed with a citation from the Qur’an: “Now we have embraced the religion, so forgive us.” On the entrance of the image, turning discreetly away from the ladies, among the many complete family who hopefully waits for a miracle, we encounter a hodja, studying from the Qur’an.
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(close-ups from the portray may be present in my story👆)

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