Ecce Homo, from The Passion

A work made of engraving in black on ivory laid paper.
CC0 Public Domain Designation

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  • A work made of engraving in black on ivory laid paper.

Date:

1500/25

Artist:

Master S
Netherlandish, active 1500-1525

About this artwork

This unsigned image depicting a scene from Christ’s Passion has been stylistically attributed to the Master S., a now unknown printmaker who led an active workshop. It is possible that the artist was the Antwerp goldsmith Alexander (or “Sander”) van Brugsal; he had an international taste in art, for he received four prints from Albrecht Dürer, a dinner guest, in August 1520. Most of the works produced by this artist were devotional, circular, and small enough to be used as designs for armor, tableware, or religious items.

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Artist

Master S

Title

Ecce Homo, from The Passion

Origin

Netherlands

Date

1500–1525

Medium

Engraving in black on ivory laid paper

Dimensions

112 x 112 mm (sheet, cut within plate)

Credit Line

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Potter Palmer, Jr.

Reference Number

1922.350

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