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Hospitalier Collection

"Hospitalier: Guardians of Faith, Defenders of the Weak" Step back in time and immerse yourself in the captivating world of the Hospitaliers

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Hugues de Payens, Grand Master of the Knights Templar. Artist: Lehmann, Henri (1814-1882)

Hugues de Payens, Grand Master of the Knights Templar. Artist: Lehmann, Henri (1814-1882)
Hugues de Payens, Grand Master of the Knights Templar. Found in the collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Guy of Lusignan, King of Jerusalem and Cyprus. Artist: Picot, Francois-Edouard (1786-1868)

Guy of Lusignan, King of Jerusalem and Cyprus. Artist: Picot, Francois-Edouard (1786-1868)
Guy of Lusignan, King of Jerusalem and Cyprus. Found in the collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Chicago policeman telephoning from a police box to bring help to an injured pedestrian. From E

Chicago policeman telephoning from a police box to bring help to an injured pedestrian. From E
537744 Chicago policeman telephoning from a police box to bring help to an injured pedestrian. From E. Hospitalier Les applciations de l'Electricite, Paris, 1882

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Scenes from the Legend of Saint Cordula: the apparition before the Knight of St. John... c

Scenes from the Legend of Saint Cordula: the apparition before the Knight of St. John... c
Scenes from the Legend of Saint Cordula: the apparition before the Knight of St. John Ingenbrant, c. 1490-1499. Private Collection

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Portrait of Gerolamo Venier, Knight of Malta, c. 1580. Creator: Tintoretto, Jacopo (1518-1594)

Portrait of Gerolamo Venier, Knight of Malta, c. 1580. Creator: Tintoretto, Jacopo (1518-1594)
Portrait of Gerolamo Venier, Knight of Malta, c. 1580. Found in the collection of the Accademia Carrara, Bergamo

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Tour du Temple, c. 1795. Creator: Anonymous

Tour du Temple, c. 1795. Creator: Anonymous
Tour du Temple, c. 1795. Found in the collection of the Musee Carnavalet, Paris

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Baldwin II and Templars. Miniature from the 'Historia' by William of Tyre, 13th century

Baldwin II and Templars. Miniature from the "Historia" by William of Tyre, 13th century. Creator: Anonymous
Baldwin II and Templars. Miniature from the "Historia" by William of Tyre, 13th century. Found in the collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale de France

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Departure of the Templars. From Chronique d'outremer, c. 1280. Creator: Anonymous

Departure of the Templars. From Chronique d'outremer, c. 1280. Creator: Anonymous
Departure of the Templars. From Chronique d'outremer, c. 1280. Found in the collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale de France

Background imageHospitalier Collection: A Knight Templar, ca 1860. Creator: De Doncker (Dedonker), Victor (1827-1881)

A Knight Templar, ca 1860. Creator: De Doncker (Dedonker), Victor (1827-1881)
A Knight Templar, ca 1860. Private Collection

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Ordo templatorum from Liber Chronicarum, 1493. Creator: Wolgemut, Michael (1434-1519)

Ordo templatorum from Liber Chronicarum, 1493. Creator: Wolgemut, Michael (1434-1519)
Ordo templatorum from Liber Chronicarum, 1493. Private Collection

Background imageHospitalier Collection: The capture of Jerusalem by Jacques de Molay in 1299, 1846 (oil on canvas)

The capture of Jerusalem by Jacques de Molay in 1299, 1846 (oil on canvas)
3740772 The capture of Jerusalem by Jacques de Molay in 1299, 1846 (oil on canvas) by Jacquand, Claude (1804-78); 173.4x315 cm; ChAteau de Versailles, France; French, out of copyright

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Guy of Lusignan, King of Jerusalem and Cyprus, 1845 (oil on canvas)

Guy of Lusignan, King of Jerusalem and Cyprus, 1845 (oil on canvas)
6337490 Guy of Lusignan, King of Jerusalem and Cyprus, 1845 (oil on canvas) by Picot, Francois Edouard (1786-1868); Musee de L Histoire de France, Paris, France; Photo eFine Art Images; French

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Sts Bartholomew and Julian the Hospitaler (tempera, oil and gold on panel)

Sts Bartholomew and Julian the Hospitaler (tempera, oil and gold on panel)
1216745 Sts Bartholomew and Julian the Hospitaler (tempera, oil and gold on panel) by Agnolo di Domenico di Donnino (1466-1513); 77.9x64 cm; Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Background imageHospitalier Collection: The Maltese crown of Tsar Paul I. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853

The Maltese crown of Tsar Paul I. From the Antiquities of the Russian State, 1849-1853. Private Collection

Background imageHospitalier Collection: FRERE HOSPITALIER

FRERE HOSPITALIER de Saint-Jacques du Haut-Pas - Frere Pontiff Date: 1848

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Allegory of the nobility of the order of Malta, 1747. Creator: De Mura, Francesco (1696-1782)

Allegory of the nobility of the order of Malta, 1747. Creator: De Mura, Francesco (1696-1782)
Allegory of the nobility of the order of Malta, 1747. Found in the Collection of MUZA, Muzew Nazzjonali tal-Arti, Valletta, (Heritage Malta)

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Knight of Malta, 1510-1515

Knight of Malta, 1510-1515. Found in the Collection of Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Guillaume de Clermont defending the walls at the Siege of Acre, 1291

Guillaume de Clermont defending the walls at the Siege of Acre, 1291. Artist: Papety, Dominique (1815-1849)
Guillaume de Clermont defending the walls at the Siege of Acre, 1291. Found in the collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Freemasons (Templars), 1805

Freemasons (Templars), 1805. Private Collection

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Portrait of Fra Antonio Martelli (Knight of Malta), 1608

Portrait of Fra Antonio Martelli (Knight of Malta), 1608. Found in the collection of Palazzo Pitti, Florence

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Initiation of Paul I into a Grand Master of the Maltese Order

Initiation of Paul I into a Grand Master of the Maltese Order. Found in the Collection of State Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Background imageHospitalier Collection: The Investiture of the Knight. From: Lancelot du Lac

The Investiture of the Knight. From: Lancelot du Lac. Found in the Collection of Bibliotheque Nationale de France

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Emperor Paul I dressed as Grand Master of Maltese

Emperor Paul I dressed as Grand Master of Maltese. Found in the Collection of State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Illustration from Peregrinatio in terram sanctam (Journey to the Holy Land)

Illustration from Peregrinatio in terram sanctam (Journey to the Holy Land) by Bernhard von Breidenb Artist
Illustration from Peregrinatio in terram sanctam (Journey to the Holy Land) by Bernhard von Breidenbach, 1488. Private Collection

Background imageHospitalier Collection: The Maltese cross of Maria Fyodorovna, Late 18th century. Artist: Orders, decorations and medals

The Maltese cross of Maria Fyodorovna, Late 18th century. Artist: Orders, decorations and medals
The Maltese cross of Maria Fyodorovna, Late 18th century. Found in the collection of State History Museum, Moscow

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Two Templars on one horse (From Chronica maiora I by Matthew Paris), 13th century

Two Templars on one horse (From Chronica maiora I by Matthew Paris), 13th century. Artist: Paris, Matthew (c)
Two Templars on one horse (From Chronica maiora I by Matthew Paris), 13th century. Found in the collection of Corpus Christi College Cambridge

Background imageHospitalier Collection: The capture of Jerusalem by Jacques de Molay in 1299. Artist: Jacquand, Claude (1803-1878)

The capture of Jerusalem by Jacques de Molay in 1299. Artist: Jacquand, Claude (1803-1878)
The capture of Jerusalem by Jacques de Molay in 1299. Found in the collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Pope Honorius II granting official recognition to the Knights Templar in 1128

Pope Honorius II granting official recognition to the Knights Templar in 1128. Found in the collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Jacques de Molay, Grand Master of the Knights Templar. Artist: Amaury-Duval

Jacques de Molay, Grand Master of the Knights Templar. Artist: Amaury-Duval, Eugene Emmanuel (1808-1885)
Jacques de Molay, Grand Master of the Knights Templar. Found in the collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Robert Curthose. Artist: Decaisne, Henri (1799-1852)

Robert Curthose. Artist: Decaisne, Henri (1799-1852)
Robert Curthose. Found in the collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Alof de Wignacourt (1547-1622), Grand Master of the Order of Malta

Alof de Wignacourt (1547-1622), Grand Master of the Order of Malta. Artist: Caravaggio, Michelangelo (1571-1610)
Alof de Wignacourt (1547-1622), Grand Master of the Order of Malta. Found in the collection of Louvre, Paris

Background imageHospitalier Collection: The burning of Templars (From: De casibus virorum illustrium by Giovanni Boccaccio)

The burning of Templars (From: De casibus virorum illustrium by Giovanni Boccaccio). Found in the collection of British Library

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Louis XIV receiving the oath of the Marquis De Dangeau, Grand Master of the Order of Saint Lazare

Louis XIV receiving the oath of the Marquis De Dangeau, Grand Master of the Order of Saint Lazare in Artist: Pezey
Louis XIV receiving the oath of the Marquis De Dangeau, Grand Master of the Order of Saint Lazare in the chapel of Versailles, D

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Chicago police telephone box, 1886

Chicago police telephone box, 1886. A Chicago policeman telephoning from a police call box to bring help to an injured pedestrian. From Les Applications de l Electricite by E Hospitalier

Background imageHospitalier Collection: Chicago policeman telephoning from a police box to bring help to an injured pedestrian

Chicago policeman telephoning from a police box to bring help to an injured pedestrian. From E. Hospitalier Les applciations de l Electricite, Paris, 1882. Engraving


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"Hospitalier: Guardians of Faith, Defenders of the Weak" Step back in time and immerse yourself in the captivating world of the Hospitaliers. From their humble beginnings under Hugues de Payens, Grand Master of the Knights Templar, to their valiant defense at the Siege of Acre by Guillaume de Clermont, these noble warriors left an indelible mark on history. Artists like Lehmann and Papety have beautifully captured pivotal moments in this epic tale. Lehmann's portrayal of St. Julian the Hospitaller showcases his unwavering commitment as he tragically sacrifices his own family for a higher purpose. Meanwhile, Papety's masterpiece depicts Jacques de Molay capturing Jerusalem with resolute determination. The regal figure of Guy Lusignan, King of Jerusalem and Cyprus, stands tall in oil on canvas by an unknown artist from 1845. His leadership symbolizes the strength and resilience that defined these brave knights. Religious devotion is evident throughout this collection; Sts Bartholomew and Julian are depicted with tempera, oil, and gold on panel - a testament to their sanctity. The Maltese crown worn by Tsar Paul I further emphasizes the order's significance beyond borders. Frère Hospitalier serves as a reminder that compassion was not limited to battlefields alone; it extended into caring for those in need within hospitals run by these dedicated men. Francesco De Mura's allegorical painting highlights their nobility while honoring their service. Intriguing glimpses into individual lives also emerge through portraits such as Fra Antonio Martelli’s depiction from 1608 – a proud Knight who embodied chivalry and honor. Even Freemasons recognized the influence of Templars as seen in their artwork from 1805 - evidence that echoes across centuries attesting to enduring impact. Hospitaliers were more than just warriors; they were beacons guiding humanity towards a better future.