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Schmerzensmann 1430-40 Evang. Pfarrkirche St. Martin - Memmingen - Schwaben - Deutschland

Niccolò di Tommaso (Italian, active 1343–76). Man of Sorrows, ca. 1370. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cloisters Collection, 1925 (25.120.241) | This impressive devotional image by a follower of Nardo di Cione presumably came from a Florentine monastery. It may originally have been placed above a door or as a lunette beneath an arch, or possibly in a niche above a tomb. Shown as the Man of Sorrows, at once dead and alive, Christ displays the wounds of his Passion. #Cloisters

Pietà with Saint Nicholas and Saint James the Great, first quarter 16th century. France. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cloisters Collection, 1926 (26.63.36a) | The Pietà, depicting the Virgin Mary holding the dead body of Christ in her lap, became a popular devotional image in the later Middle Ages. #Cloisters

Dead Christ with the Virgin, Saint John, and Angels, #French (Paris)] (17.190.913) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art #object

Schutzmantel-Christus bzw. Christus als Schmerzensmann (um 1500, möglicherweise aus dem Umkreis der Ulmer Syrlin-Schule) links vor dem Chor, Stiftskirche Stuttgart, Deutschland