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    Sacred geometry: the pentagram in Raphael's Crucifixion

    • Ginny Foley

      The Mond Crucifixion (or Crocifissione Gavari; both names are after former owners) is a painting by the Italian renaissance artist Raphael. An early work influenced by Perugino, it was originally an altarpiece in the church of San Domenico in Città di Castello, near Raphael's hometown of Urbino. The painting shows Jesus on the cross, who is looking peaceful even though he is dying.

    • Kim Jiries

      Crucifixion (also referred to as "The Mond Crucifixion" - Raphael. 1502-03. Oil on panel. 283.3 x 167.3 cm. The National Gallery, London, UK.

    • Mr Bright

      Mond Crucifixion. Raphael. 1502–1503. Oil on poplar. 283.3 cm × 167.3 cm. National Gallery. London.

    • Fabio Nardini

      Sunshine personified … The Mond Crucifixion (c 1502-03) by Raphael. Photograph: The National Gallery

    • Débora Guelmann

      Raphael Sanzio (Italian: Raffaello) (1483 - 1520) Mond Crucifixion (Crucifixion with the Virgin, Saints and Angels) Oil on poplar, 1502�1503 283.3 cm × 167.3 cm (111.5 in × 65.9 in) National Gallery, London, United Kingdom

    • Saint Saints

      The Mond Crucifixion (or Crocifissione Gavari; both names are after former owners) is a painting by the Italian renaissance artist Raphael.

    • Luis Prieto Fernández

      RAPHAEL , 1483 - 1520 "The Crucified Christ with the Virgin Mary, Saints and Angels (The Mond Crucifixion)" Date: about 1502-3 Medium: Oil on poplar Dimensions: 283.3 x 167.3 cm One of Raphael's earliest works, greatly influenced by Perugino, this served as the altarpiece of the side chapel in S. Domenico in Città di Castello, the stone frame of which is dated 1503. The National Gallery.

    • Giancarlo Oliva 9.6

      This painting is by Raphael and it depicts Jesus crucified on cross. He's surrounded by angels that are catching the blood drips from Jesus' hands. Mary, Saint John, Jerome and Mary Magdalene are mourning his death.

    • Jose Luis Martinez

      RAFFAELLO Sanzio (b. 1483, Urbino, d. 1520, Roma) Click! Crucifixion (Città di Castello Altarpiece) 1502-03 Oil on wood, 281 x 165 cm National Gallery, London The presence of Peruginesque motifs in Raphael's work is still quite evident in the Crucifixion of 1502-1503, now in the National Gallery in London. This painting, showing the crucified Christ with the Virgin, St Jerome, Mary Magdalene, and John the Evangelist,

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