Warburg Institute Iconographic Database Warburg Institute home pageWarburg Institute Library
← back to main page
RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Typology and Prophecy
→ Cycles → Manuscripts and Prints → Speculum humanae salvationis → Chapter 44: The Seven Sorrows of Mary
→ 44a: Vision of a Dominican of the Sufferings of Christ and of Mary
The Speculum: introduction - description - summary


→ All images
→ Original composition: A Dominican with nails piercing his hands and feet and one sword piercing his breast
→ Variant: A Dominican with nails piercing his ands and feet and a sword piercing his breast, next to him a female saint
→ Variant: A Dominican with nails piercing his hands and feet and two swords piercing his breast
→ Variant: A Dominican with nails piercing his hands and feet, and another with a sword piercing his breast
→ Variant: A Dominican with the wounds of nails at his hands and feet, and a sword piercing his breast
→ Variant: A Dominican with a sword piercing his breast but no wounds of nails on his hands and feet
→ Variant: A Dominican with a sword piercing his breast standing next to the crucified Christ
→ Variant: A Dominican with nails piercing his hands and feet and a sword piercing his breast next to an image of Christ
→ Variant: A Dominican nailed to a cross with a sword piercing his body
→ Variant: A Dominican holding three nails in the hand standing next to a gesticulating Mary
→ Variant: A monk or canon (not a Dominican) with the wounds of nails at his hands and feet, and a sword piercing his breast
→ Variant: A man kneeling before the Virgin Mary