Plate 26, Christ Nailed to the Cross: in the centre, Christ's left hand is being nailed to the cross and his feet are being tied; to the left and right, the two thieves are being tied to their crosses; to far left, Joseph of Arimathaea points towards Christ; behind this, kneel the group of weeping Maries; the rest of the landscape is filled with Roman soldiers Engraving

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Thing

In Series
Passio, mors et resurrectio dn. Nostri Jesu Christi
Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
print
School
Flemish
Subject
crucifixion, new testament
Techniques
engraving

People

Depicted
Jesus Christ
Depicted
St Joseph of Arimathaea
Influenced By
After Straet, Jan van der
Publisher
Galle, Philips

Place

In Gallery
D+F Post-binder Large

Time

Acquired In
1957
Made
1580-1587

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