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The Mocking of Christ, 1909 by Emile Nolde (1867-1956, Germany) | Oil Painting | WahooArt.com

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"The Mocking of Christ"

Emile Nolde - Oil On Canvas - 88 x 106 cm - 1909 - (Brücke-Museum (Berlin, Germany))

Mocking of Christ is Emil Nolde painting created in 1909 to display punishments and tortures suffered by Jesus Christ. It is a colorful painting made on expressionism style to display suffering of Christ. The painting's dimensions are 88 cm by 106 cm and is housed at Brücke-Museum, Berlin.

The painting displays six people around Jesus Christ, mocking on him. The suffering and pain of Christ is displayed by expressions of people around him in the painting. The hand movement of people mocking and displays difference in religious belief. It symbolizes the determination of Jesus Christ for his beliefs.






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Mocking of Christ is Emil Nolde painting created in 1909 to display punishments and tortures suffered by Jesus Christ. It is a colorful painting made on expressionism style to display suffering of Christ. The painting's dimensions are 88 cm by 106 cm and is housed at Brücke-Museum, Berlin.[/br] The painting displays six people around Jesus Christ, mocking on him. The suffering and pain of Christ is displayed by expressions of people around him in the painting. The hand movement of people mocking and displays difference in religious belief. It symbolizes the determination of Jesus Christ for his beliefs.
Emile Nolde
Oil On Canvas
Oil On Canvas