(Workshop of Sandro Botticelli (Alessandro Filipepi)) , 1930.2,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Jun 04, 2023, https://hvrd.art/o/310651.
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A light-skinned man with long brown hair faces the viewer. On his head is a crown of thorny branches. Drops of blood flow from his forehead. Behind his head is a faint halo with rays extending from the sides. The man wears red and purple robes with a green collar. He holds up two fingers with his right hand and points to his chest with his left. Both hands have bloody gashes at the palm. At the point where his left hand touches, the robe is split open, revealing another bloody wound. Surrounding the man is a circular suspended curtain.