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Pietà (German: Vesperbild) a small painted wood sculpture dated to c. 1375– 1400, now in the collection of the Cloisters, New York. Very little is known of it, ...

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The Pietà is a subject in Christian art depicting the Virgin Mary cradling the dead body of Jesus, ... The Pietà developed in Germany (where it is called the " Vesperbild") about 1300, reached Italy about 1400, and was especially popular in ...

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Pietà statues appeared in Germany in the late 1200s and were made in this region throughout the Middle Ages. Many examples of Pietàs survive today. Many of ...

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PIETA. IN. THE. MUSEUM. Bye WILLIAM H. FORSYTH. Associate Curator of .... fering as Saint Bonaventura, Saint Bridget, BELOW: German Pieta of the ...

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The Virgin mourning over her son became a popular devotional subject in the later Middle Ages. Rigid in death, Christ's body bears the marks of his Passion.

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For example, echoes of the Schöne Stil (Beautiful Style) practiced in Prague around 1400 (. Pietà, 2001.78. ), are found as far afield as Strasbourg and Poland.

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Although the Pietà remained mostly a Franco-German theme, its supreme representation is that completed by Michelangelo in 1499 and housed in St. Peter's ...

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In Käthe Kollwitz' Pietà the son is not resting on his mother's knees, he is ... The former German Chancellor, Helmut Kohl, who had been the moving force behind  ...