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Jesus In The Lap Of Mother Mary After His Crucifixion

Jesus In The Lap Of Mother Mary After His Crucifixion

A wall adorned with a statue of Jesus in the lap of Mother Mary after his crucifixion. The wall itself made of stone and adorned with intricate architectural details, adding to the sacred ambiance of the setting. The statue, capturing a deeply emotional moment in Christian iconography. Jesus, depicted with wounds from the crucifixion, is shown in a vulnerable posture, lying in the lap of his sorrowful mother, Mary. This powerful representation evokes a sense of compassion, grief, and the profound bond between mother and son.

Image ID#: 30433 / Category: Religion, Architecture / Price: 499$
Jesus In The Lap Of Mother Mary After His Crucifixion
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