dais or coffin outside of cave with small group of men seated around it; remnants of pudding and bread are on the table; two men at L with long spears full of fish and sausages, with a woman at far L holding a plate with a turkey; a cartouche of Jesus at top center with light beams, looking down at scene; two figures lying on ground in front of coffin

The Resurrection of Christ, From the Satirical Passion, 1642-1654

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Details
Title
The Resurrection of Christ, From the Satirical Passion
Artist Life
1497–1543
Role
Artist
Accession Number
2015.93.152.16
Provenance
John E. Andrus III, Wayzata, Minn.; by descent to his daughters, Elizabeth, Katie, and Julie; gave to MIA, 2015. Earlier provenances have been gathered, but further research will increase our knowledge of their histories.
Catalogue Raisonne
New Hollstein 1216; Pennington 131
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dais or coffin outside of cave with small group of men seated around it; remnants of pudding and bread are on the table; two men at L with long spears full of fish and sausages, with a woman at far L holding a plate with a turkey; a cartouche of Jesus at top center with light beams, looking down at scene; two figures lying on ground in front of coffin