Religious painting from 17th century Jesus and the Adulteress

Antique Italian painting from the 17th century. Artwork oil on canvas depicting a religious subject Jesus and the adulteress of good pictorial quality. Painting adorned with an antique frame, not coeval, richly carved and gilded (gilding resumed in the 20th century, see photo). Work of beautiful size and pleasant impact for antique dealers, interior decorators and collectors of ancient sacred art. The scribes and Pharisees present themselves to Jesus with an adulteress asking if they should have followed the law of Moses and then stone the woman. Jesus then began to write Whoever has not sinned, condemn it .. . The elders, one by one, left, leaving the woman free. Artwork that has undergone a conservative restoration, relining, replacement of the frame and color recovery in some points (see photo). Painting overall in good condition with some signs of restoration. Sight size H 76.5 x W 99.5 cm.

Sizes: H 122 x L 145 x P 7 cm

Technique: Oil on canvas

Age: 17th century

Cod: 10448

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