window in Cenacle,
on closer view, the eleven Apostles are to be seen.
And check Lk. refs. 9:29, 9:32. But, further, the artist represents a gathering in the Upper Room where all are clothed in white "brilliant as lightning" (Lk 9:29), just as Christ at the Transfiguration. Taking inspiration from the Evangelist, who continues, they "saw [Jesus'] glory" (Lk 9:32), the miniaturist here offers us a vision of the glory of the Church, encapsulating at the same time both its divine origin as well as its fulfilment as the Body of Christ.
We keep the crop of Paraclete image. Below.
Pentecost, illumination from Hours of the Usage of Rome, French School, 16th c., fol. 48r, Musée national de la Renaissance, Écouen, France. © The Bridgeman Art Library.