Oil on panel, Flagellation of Christ in the column, late 16th-early 17th
Recurring theme in Christian iconography, the Flagellation of Christ at the Column, is an episode of the Passion of Christ, taking place after his condemnation and before his crucifixion.
Our painting shows the humanization of Christ and his suffering on suffering.
The tortured is attached either to the low column of the Jerusalem Pretory (a relic still venerated today in Rome in the Basilica of Saint Praxedes), or to a high column that evokes the portico of the Temple of Jerusalem.
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