The Saint Germain Society

These five extraordinary Medallions were painted by Hippolyte Flandrin, a student and acolyte of Ingres.  The Medallions stand at the center of a choir once known as ‘The Apostles’ Choir’.   Following the completion of these Medallions in 1848, the choir took on the name it is known by today: ‘The Monks’ Choir’.

The four evangelists of the New Testament – Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John – are symbolized by ancient iconographs, these being The Angel, The Lion, the Bull, and the Eagle.  In the very center is a fifth medallion which is the Lamb of God representing the Holy Mysteries.

Please consider joining the Saint Germain Society by sponsoring one of these unique and remarkable Medallions. A tax-deductible* donation of $5,000 entitles the sponsor to adopt one of the five extraordinary, and now recently restored, Evangelist Medallions.

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The Four Evangelists and the Lamb of God

Four Ancient Iconic Symbols

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Saint Matthew

(The Angel)

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Saint Mark

(The Lion)

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Saint Luke

(The Bull)

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Saint John

(The Eagle)

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The Lamb of God

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