|Place Made:||Europe; Germany; Nuremberg|
|Measurements:||Mat: 18 in x 14 in; 48.26 cm x 35.56 cm; Sheet: 5 1/4 in x 3 7/8 in; 13.335 cm x 9.8425 cm|
|Narrative Inscription: ||MONOGRAM/DATE: recto, lwr. ctr. (printed w/in image): 1508 / AD ; INSCRIPTIONS: verso, lwr. l. (graphite): B 24 ; verso, lwr. l. (graphite): D 426 ; verso, lwr. l. (stamp, red ink): [J?]WB ; verso, lwr. ctr. (red pencil?): 11145 [uncertain] ; verso, lwr. ctr. (black ink, circular stamp): TILO[ill.]OS TEMPLE [coat of arms in center] ; verso, lwr. r. (black ink, circular stamp): [ill. overlaps w/ other] SAMMARUNG [coat of arms in center]|
|Accession Number: ||MH 1952.7.N.RII|
|Credit Line:||Purchase with funds from Dr. Beatrice F. Hyslop (Class of 1919)|
|Museum Collection: ||Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
Christ still on the cross. Four women to the left of the cross, one stands and regards Christ, another kneels and looks up at the first woman while two others (Mary Magdalene embracing the fainting Virgin Mary) sit at the foot of the cross. To the right is St. John with hands clasped and held in the air and head tilted back. In the left background is a tree and beyond that a small cityscape.
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