You wouldn't want to go tipping off people as to the similarity with icons, now would you? LOL. No, I've seen one somewhere.
Here's one from an ancient Jewish synagogue c. 245:
Yeah, I found that one, and I was really glad... but unfortunately it lacks the direct clarity I'm looking for:
I want it to be blatantly clear to anyone who is even remotely familiar with this story to recognize what they're looking at without any explanation.
Thank you anyway, I appreciate your help.
Something along these lines (but more iconographic and less Sunday-school looking)
If this one included the bottom half it would be great
(too bad its from an article about architecture)
The right elements, but obviously too Renaissance style.
However, I really like the iconic placement of the ray of light from heaven, the commandments, and the calf all being in alignment (but not necessarily in agreement).
Close, but a little too similar to Renaissance style (and not enough emphasis on the Golden Calf)
So far, the first one (Sunday school version) is the closest thing I've found for what I need. I might have to settle for that one,
but I really wanted to find an iconographic version if possible.
Actually, Moses doesn't even need to be present in the icon at all... the main focus for my project is the Golden Calf.
+St Moses please pray to God for us