I encourage you to check out this bible study based on Matthew 2:13-23 and The Flight to Egypt by Chinese Christian painter He Qi [pronounced Huh Chee]. It's found at Artway.eu, a Christian website that "seeks to open up the world of the visual arts to the interested lay man and woman." The website is chock full of information about artists, galleries, churches, art, etc. (primarily European), so please take a look.
The He Qi study is a part of their series called "Church and Art - Word and Image Bible Studies," and the goal of this individual study is "to find a new way into the biblical text by means of He Qi’s work... He Qi’s painting can help us explore the text, find new significance and make connections between this - seemingly insignificant - story and the larger narrative of God." The study was written by Cisca Ireland-Verwoerd, a lecturer and writer based in Boston.
The study does a nice job of examining the painting itself, by exploring some of its visual elements. I wouldn't call it an in-depth study, but I think that it could be an interesting addition to a deeper examination of the passage. In any case, it's a good use of visual art to enhance a textual study and inject greater interest in the subject matter by associating a visual image with the passage.
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