254 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Joannes Galle, small devotional print depicting Saint Veronica's veil and the instruments of the Passion, engraving, 17th century.
Holy card, Germany, 1922
Panel, The Deposition From The Cross, fictile ivory of an English original, perhaps Herefordshire School, ca. 1150. The original is in the V&A, museum number 3-1872. This copy is physically marked 1886-113B.
Fictile ivory section of tusk, Christ in majesty with group of figures below.
Topographical Album, 19thC, Italian Architecture, Bishop G. Forrest Browne Gift; Anon, Italy, Ravenna, Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, mosaic of The Good Shepherd
Album, Objects from the Hamilton Palace Collection, Scotland; Anon. Triptych, enamel, Lamentation over the dead Christ, the Prophet Daniel, an Apostle, French, Limoges, 16thC
Album, Objects from the Hamilton Palace Collection, Scotland; Anon. Triptych, enamel, The Entombment, The Deposition from the Cross, The Resurrection, by Nardon Pericaud, French, Limoges, 16thC
Book (Album), 19thC, reproductions of prints, 'Albert Durer, Passion de Iesus-Christ, Suite de Seize Estampes', published Brussels, Simonau & Toovey, 1871; Anon. print by Albrecht Durer, 'The Engraved Passion: Ecce Homo, 1512'
Thurston Thompson, Charles. Relief, the Flagellation and Crucifixion, Donatello
Album, 'Italian Sculpture of the Middle Ages and Period of the Revival of Art', South Kensington Museum, London, Chapman and Hall, 1862, 19thc
Cutting from a choir book. Minature of a band of musicians, above them sits Christ enthroned. Italy, early 14th century. A duplicate number MS.885 was assigned to this object in error and was subsequently cancelled.
Chromolithograph, 'The Deposition from the Cross', after Lorenzetti, published by the Arundel Society, 1875.
Christ appearing to Mary Magdalene after the Resurrection. Copy after Lucas Hugensz van Leyden (called Lucas Jacobsz).
Drawing, Christ and four disciples on a hill, artist unknown, Roman school, early 17th century
Drawing, The Presentation of Christ in the Temple, Italian, mid 16th century.
The Ecce Homo; plate from 'The Engraved Passion' by Albrecht Durer (1471-1528); engraving
Ecce Homo from 'The Engraved Passion' by Albrecht Durer (1471-1528); engraving; 1512
Engraving by Raphael Sciaminossi after Titian depicting Saint Veronica with Christ on the way to Calvary
The Descent from the Cross. Woodengraving heightened with colour. Hans Leonard Schaufelein.
Print from a set of 25 woodcuts, with letterpress on the back, depicting Scenes from the Life and Passion of Christ, begun by the Urs Graf in 1503 and published by Knobloch, Strassburg, 1506. Ecce Homo! Pilate showing Christ to the people. With the collector's mark of Giuseppe Storck.
The Passion of 1507. Woodcut. Hans Leonard Schaufelein. Christ Taking Leave of His Mother.
The Passion of 1507. Woodcut. Hans Leonard Schaufelein. Christ Shown to the People.
The Passion of 1507. Woodcut. Hans Leonard Schaufelein. The Lamentation for Christ.
The Passion of 1507. Woodcut. Hans Leonard Schaufelein. Christ Appearing to St Mary Magdalene.
Drawing, Design for a casket, probably intented as a stand for a crucifix, decorated with putti displaying the Instruments of the Passion, Verso Two sketches showing details of another similiar casket, Italian, mid 18th century.
Print depicting St. Jerome holding a crucifix and looking up to putti in a cloud. Mezzotint by James McArdell after Pietro da Cortona, mid-18th century.
Print, 'The beautiful Virgin of Ratisbon', engraved by Albrecht Altdorfer, early 16th century.
Silver, parcel-gilt, Spain, ca. 1650.
Bronze, FRENCH; 16th century. The buttresses are identicle to those on M38-1938, and the mortar cast with numerous motifs including a Magdalen, a Pieta, the profile of a bearded Roman Emperor, Christ's head, Salome with John the Baptist's head, and Pegasus.
Given by Dr WL Hildburgh FSA; Base metal
Napkin of linen damask, 'Ecce Homo', Germany, ca. 1750-1799.
Relief, Lamentation; Alabaster polychrome Spanish about 1540-70.
Relief, alabaster, The last supper (orig part of passion alt), English 14c late
Figure holding Instruments of the Passion; Rioja, ca. 1550-60
Alabaster relief depicting the Christ Child with Instruments of the Passion, Spanish (Catalonia?) ca. 1650
Group, deposition; Wood German 15th or 16th century
Lamentation over the Dead Christ; Rock crystal gilt metal mount Italian 16th cent
Crucfix, rock crystal silver gilt mounts. German 17th century.
Part of a came which held glass from a window in the Church of the Pantocrator, Constantinople, c.1126.; LEAD; BYZ, M, 12
Gold crucifix decorated with black enamel and diamonds, Germany, 18th or 19th century.
Possibly Norway, 12th century, Church plate
Italy, middle of 14th century, Church plate
Possibly France, 15th century, Church plate
Statuette, wood, Christ at the Column, German, ca. 1600
Statuette, painted and gilt wood, the naked Child Christ, South German, ca. 1580-1620
Mosaic, glass, Ecce Homo, by Arminius Zucatus F.
Panel devotional christ enthroned (not westwood)
Fictile ivory Byzantine 10c? louvre Paris
Panel of bookcover christ in majesty etc w267
Fictile ivory st gall 10c st gall monastery lib
Panel crucifixion and entombment w216
Fictile ivory German 12c staatsbibliotek munich
Panel of bookcover christ virgin and st john w177
Fictile ivory Byzantine 11c BM London
Panel of bookcover christ virgin & st john w199
Fictile ivory Byzantine 11-12c liverpool museum?
Panel of bookcover christ enthroned w201
Fictile ivory Byzantine 11c bodleian lib oxford
Panel of shrine? christ in majesty w304
Fictile ivory anglo-saxon 10-11c archl cambridge
Crucifix (gunhilde crucifix) face w336
Crucifix (gunhilde crucifix) back w339
Figure christ in majesty ivory
Fictile ivory German 11-12c. Taken from cast in Ashmolean, Oxford.
Plaquette, bronze, the Entombment, by Moderno, North Italy, late 15th to early 16th century
Plaquette, bronze, depicting the Lamentation over the dead Christ, ascribed to Moderno, Italy, late 15th or early 16th century
Plaquette, bronze, the Lamentation over the Dead Christ, ascribed to Moderno, Italy, 15th century
Plaquette head of christ
Bronze, plaquette, Head of Christ, Italian, 16th cent
Bronze Pax, Italian, 16th century
Plaquette Christ at the column, bronze. German late 16th or early 17th century.
Panel christ in majesty with evangelist symbols
Plaster cast English 19c durham st mary
Bronze Pax pieta, Italian, 16th century
Relief the lamentation over the dead christ. German late 15th century.
Crucifix figure of christ, gilt bronze. Italian 18th century.
Part of a crucifix figure. Stone French 17c probably from the workkshop of Roland Doré.
Plaque, elephant ivory, Christ in Majesty and Apostles, carved in Valencia ca. 1900-07 by Francisco Pallás y Puig, after a 12th century prototype
Medallion christ enthroned with apostles, copper Byzantine 6-7c