Iconography
ARCHITECTURE
Italy
San Vivaldo Pilate's Palace
RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Life of Christ
CyclesSculpturesSan Vivaldo - Sacro Monte di San Vivaldo
Passion Flagellation More than two executioners
Further details
View of sculptural relief in the building 'Pilate's Palace' depicting the Flagellation. The Flagellation is located beside Christ Crowned with Thorns (not seen here). Many sculptures at San Vivaldo have been attributed to the workshop of della Robbia but specific attributions remain uncertain.
ARTIST/CREATOR
Robbia, Giovanni della (1469-1529) (workshop) Aachen, Hans von (1552-1615)
DATE
1500 - 1516
LOCATION
San Vivaldo, Sacro Monte di San Vivaldo (Pilate's Palace)
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Christina Roaf Bequest
DESCRIPTION
Photograph taken by Christina Roaf.
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Antonio Paolucci, Guida di S. Vivaldo. Poggibonsi, 1976.
Acknowledgements
Image digitised with the generous support of the Roaf and Demuth families.
Contact
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