Christ in the House of the Pharisee

Christ in the House of the Pharisee

Title

Christ in the House of the Pharisee

[cda, 2015]

Painting on wood

Medium

Painting on wood

[cda 2015]

poplar wood

[Friedländer, Rosenberg 1979, No. 366]

Christ is shown at the left edge of the image sitting at the end of a table in the house of the Pharisee. Mary Magdalene has fallen to the ground in front of him and dries his feet that she had just washed with her hair. Further companions sit together

Christ is shown at the left edge of the image sitting at the end of a table in the house of the Pharisee. Mary Magdalene has fallen to the ground in front of him and dries his feet that she had just washed with her hair. Further companions sit together with the Pharisee at the table and a cupbearer is shown at the right edge of the image.

[Görres, cda 2016]

Attributions
Lucas Cranach the Elder and Workshop
Lucas Cranach the Younger

Attributions

Lucas Cranach the Elder and Workshop

[Gemäldegalerie Berlin, revised 2015]

Lucas Cranach the Younger

and workshop?
[Friedländer, Rosenberg 1979, No. 366]

Production date
after 1537

Production date

after 1537

[Friedländer, Rosenberg 1979, No. 366]

Dimensions
Dimensions of support: 80 x 109 cm

Dimensions

  • Dimensions of support: 80 x 109 cm

  • [Friedländer, Rosenberg 1979, No. 366]

Signature / Dating
Artist's insignia on the bench where Christ is seated: winged serpent with dropped wings

Signature / Dating

  • Artist's insignia on the bench where Christ is seated: winged serpent with dropped wings

  • [Friedländer, Rosenberg 1979, No. 366]

Owner
Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum, Berlin
Repository
painting not preserved
CDA ID
DE_smbGG-Lost_568
FR (1978) Nr.
FR366
Persistent Link
https://lucascranach.org/en/DE_smbGG-Lost_568/

Provenance

  • Sangerhausen, castle chapel
  • 1832 acquired by the Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum, Berlin
  • 1902 transferred to the depot
  • on loan to Provinzial Museum, Bonn (cat. 1927, No. 51)
  • lost/destroyed during World War II
    [Friedländer, Rosenberg 1979, No. 366]

See also the entry in the Lost Art-database, Stiftung Deutsches Zentrum für Kulturgutverluste: Lost Art-ID 018378; http://www.lostart.de/DE/Verlust/18378 (accessed 17 Dec. 2019).

Literature

Reference on page Catalogue Number Figure / Plate
Schade, Schuttwolf 1994 31
AuthorWerner Schade, Allmuth Schuttwolf
TitleMalerei und Plastik
Publicationin Allmuth Schuttwolf, ed., Gotteswort und Menschenbild. Werke von Cranach und seinen Zeitgenossen, Exhib. Cat. Gotha
Place of PublicationGotha
Year of Publication1994
Pages15-94
Friedländer, Rosenberg 1979 No. 366
AuthorMax J. Friedländer, Jakob Rosenberg
EditorG. Schwartz
TitleDie Gemälde von Lucas Cranach
Place of PublicationBasel, Boston, Stuttgart
Year of Publication1979
Bernhard, Rogner 1965 24
AuthorMarianne Bernhard, Klaus P. Rogner
TitleVerlorene Werke der Malerei. In Deutschland in der Zeit von 1939 bis 1945 zerstörte und verschollene Gemälde
Place of PublicationBerlin
Year of Publication1965
Cat. Berlin 1952 271
Authorn. a.
TitleVerzeichnis der im Flakturm Friedrichshain verlorengegangenen Bilder der Gemäldegalerie
JournalBerliner Museen
Place of PublicationBerlin
Issue2
Year of Publication1952
Pages16-28
Friedländer, Rosenberg 1932 293
AuthorMax J. Friedländer, Jakob Rosenberg
TitleDie Gemälde von Lucas Cranach
Place of PublicationBerlin
Year of Publication1932
Link http://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/friedlaender1932
  • Christ in the House of the Pharisee, after 1537

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