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KA-BLAM! A History of Apocalyptic Art

By Becky Ferreira Oct 24, 2013

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"Last Judgment, Triptych" by Hams Memling, painted sometime between 1466-73. What's crazy about this particular depiction of Judgment Day is that Jesus  has a freaking red lightsaber sticking out of his neck. Maybe it was God in sword-form saying, "Jesus, I AM YOUR FATHER."

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Becky Ferreira

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