Joseph Dwelleth in Egypt – Tissot


Joseph, the eleventh and favorite son of Jacob of the Old Testament, after being sold into slavery by his own brothers, is now the chief counselor to the Pharaoh in Egypt. His own brothers come and do not recognize him. Artwork by J. Tissot.

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