Wood sculpture Christ with Standing Ties Christ Mercy Ecce Homo Passion XVII

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Wooden sculpture representing Christ in Ties * standing (or Christ of Mercy), hands tied, his garment slipping from his shoulders, during an episode of the Passion, from the 17th century.

This sculpture is in its juice.

A note: old wormholes, old gaps (for example at the level of the hands), tiny traces of paint in places, cracks and wear of time, take a good look at the photos.

* A Christ of Mercy

or Christ in the Ties is an artistic representation of Jesus, awaiting his torture, during an episode of the Passion, interposed between two paintings (or "stations") of the Way of the Cross: Jesus is stripped of his clothes and watered with gall (station 10) and Jesus is nailed to the cross (station 11). Artistically, the Christ of Mercy or Christ in Bindings is depicted seated stripped of his garments (his tunic is usually depicted partially covering the rock on which he is seated) before undergoing the Crucifixion on Golgotha. He has his wrists and ankles bound by a rope. Naturally, this representation may include variations depending on the works.

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  • Height 49,5 cm
  • Width env. 16,5 cm