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Christ before Pilate; a naked Pilate is sitting at right with Christ brought before him by naked soldiers, his wrists bound, one soldier about to strike him, a crowd of men behind at left and men in an arched doorway ahead, in a roundel.
Pen and brown ink, with grey wash, partly tinted with pink wash; on two conjoined sheets
- Production date
- 1527-1539 (circa)
Height: 330 millimetres
Width: 330 millimetres (diameter)
- Curator's comments
- See 1920,0420.6 for further details of the series of designs for glass-paintings to which this also belongs.
Lit. from J.Rowlands 'Drawings by German Artists and Artists from German-speaking regions of Europe in the Department of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum: the Fifteenth Century, and the Sixteenth Century by Artists born before 1530', London, BM Press, 1993, no. 296: : C. Dodgson, Burlington, xxxviii, 1920, p. 25, repr.; A.E. Popham, OMD, vii, 1927, p. 38; Popham, Dutch and Flemish Drawings, pp. 7f, no. 1; K.G. Boon, 'Rondom Aertgen', Miscellanea I.Q. van Regteren Altena, Amsterdam, 1969, pp. 56ff; Boon, Amsterdam, i, p. 114, under no. 323; Boon, Collection Lugt, pp. 136f, under no. 96.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1973, BM, Netherlandish prints and drawings (no cat.)
- Acquisition date
- Prints and Drawings
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