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Christ shown to the people; standing on steps with hands bound, a gaoler behind, Pilate standing beside him, a group of armed warriors to right and a child playing with a dog in the foreground
Brush drawing in black ink, heightened with white, on light brown tracing paper (oiled)
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Height: 198 millimetres
Width: 386 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- The same hand as 1862,0712.49; other copies after Jan de Beer can be found in Oxford ('Christ's Entry into Jerusalem'), Paris ('The Holy Kinship'), Turin ('The Bearing of the Cross') and New York ('Pope Gregory wards off the plague').
Literature: P. van den Brink et al., 'Extravagant! A forgotten chapter of Antwerp painting 1500-1530', Antwerp, 2005, cat.no.41; Dan Ewing, 'Jan de Beer: Gothic Renewal in Renaissance Antwerp', Turnhout, 2016, pp. 112, 117, 342, cat. no. C4.1
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2005/6 Oct-Jan, Antwerp, Koninklijk Museum Voor Schone Kunsten, 'Extravaganza...'
2006 Jan-April, Maastricht, Bonnefantenmuseum, 'Extravaganza...'
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