- Museum number
The Crowning with thorns; Christ is seated at the centre, turned to the right and surrounded by tormentors; in the foreground lies a man with two dogs, Pilate and others stand in the left background; with the two Saxon shields at upper right; late impression with stains and fold. c. 1509
Ecce homo; Christ, with soldiers standing behind, is shown to the crowd by Pilate, assembled before the palace to the left; with the two Saxon shields at the balcony above; late impression with folds. c. 1509
- Production date
- 1509 (c.)
Height: 249 millimetres (borderlines)
Width: 171 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Part of a Passion series, consisting of fourteen woodcuts.
A proof printed on vellum and a late impression on paper of both subjects are also extant at the BM.
See Dodgson and Hollstein for the different editions in which the woodcuts were used.
Cf. D. Koepplin / T. Falk, Lucas Cranach: Gemälde - Zeichnungen - Graphik, 2 vols, exh. cat. Kunstmuseum Basel, 1974, nos. 316 and 317.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- 1810 (before)
- Acquisition notes
- Laid down
- Prints and Drawings
- Registration number