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This type of image of the suffering Christ was highly popular in Venetian art of the early sixteenth century, particularly in the circle of Bellini. It may derive from the work of Leonardo da Vinci. This painting probably dates from c.1503.

The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology



c. 1503


oil & tempera (?) on panel


H 28.4 x W 21.6 cm

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Presented by the Art Fund, 1955

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