Jesus Christ interrogated by Pilate, recognised as Innocent by this Governor and none the less condemned to a scourging

Bernadino Poccetti, Artist

This is one of the drawings in our collection. It was made in 17th century. The place where it was made is unknown.
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This record represents a work in a series and has related works.
Measurements
515 x 616 x 30mm
Media
pen, sepia ink and wash on paper
Description
Drawing of Jesus standing before Pontius Pilate for interrogation. Pontius Pilate is seated on a platform on the right side of the image. A crowd has gathered to witness the event. An inscription along the lower edge of the drawing reads: Jiesu Cristo Interiogato da Pilato e niconosciuto Innocente da Guess Governarore Condannato niente di meno alla flagellzione.

The drawing is part of a set of works depicting the Passion of Christ.
Credit Line
Collection of the Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui. Purchased on behalf of the Gallery by Mr and Mrs J.A. Neame, 1922.
Collection Type
Permanent collection
Acquisition Date
1922

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