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The Dead Christ supported by an Angel
Mixed method on panel. 1475 - 1476
Messina, Antonello Da
The Dead Christ supported by an Angel
Mixed method on panel. 1475 - 1476
Messina, Antonello Da

Antonello was trained in Naples, the Italian city most influenced by Flemish painting. He later worked in Sicily and mainland Italy. In 1475 he traveled to Venice and, while this work was painted on his return to Messina, the city visible in the background, it would not be understandable without reference to Giovanni Bellini. Bellini painted versions of the Pietà that gave Antonello a compo

Man of Sorrows
Mixed method on panel. 1500
Sánchez de San Román, Juan
Man of Sorrows
Mixed method on panel. 1500
Sánchez de San Román, Juan

In Seville, Juan Sánchez de San Román worked at a time characterised by fresh demand for the production of images for domestic settings. In this painting Jesus looks at the viewer, with his face foreshortened, while pointing to the wound in his side. The artist employs a naturalism with Flemish roots (anatomical verisimilitude and depth) without discarding the conventions of mediaeva

The Dead Christ supported by an Angel
Oil on canvas. 1646 - 1652
Cano, Alonso
The Dead Christ supported by an Angel
Oil on canvas. 1646 - 1652
Cano, Alonso

In this painting, an angel with a sorrowful expression supports the body of Christ in an upright, seated position. The clearly visible wounds on Christ´s hands indicate He has already been crucified and has died. The bloodless colour of the limbs and bowed head add to a cadaverous appearance. At His feet, the washbasin, the two nails and the crown of thorns all evoke the recent crucifixion. The an

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