Tree of Jesse, an incredibly detailed late medieval/early Renaissance depiction of the genealogy of Christ, it is remarkable for its rich colours and lavish illustration. It originates from Naples circa 1480. Image source: Walters Museum 330. Creative Commons licensed.
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Jesse Tree felt ornaments - a good way to pass faith and the real meaning of Christmas along to children.
The Winchester Psalter - The Tree of Jesse , folio 9r The Tree of Jesse is an artistic depiction of the ancestors of Christ. Possibly made for Henry of Blois. Made in Winchester England, about 1150 - 1275
The Tree of Jesse, circle of Geertgen tot Sint Jans, c. 1500. Pictured here symbolically is Christ’s family tree. It grows out of the sleeping figure of Jesse, forefather of a line of kings that included, according to tradition, Solomon, David and Jesus. The branches are filled with the kings of Israel, among them King David with his harp. At top, the Virgin is enthroned with the Christ Child on her lap.