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We follow Dr. Ogbono, the lead doctor at Madonna Hospital as he tries his best to serve the community of Umuahia.

The stories we tell can change the world Healthcare is one of the great moral issues of our time. We have the scientific knowledge and technology to treat a wide array of medical conditions, yet many of the most common and readily treated illnesses go undiagnosed simply because of a lack of access to medical treatment.

We see this every day in the United States when people come into an Emergency Room with chronic illnesses that could have been treated with preventive care.

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Due to a lack of permanent infrastructure often times, patients out in the bush are unable to make it into the city for care. During the rainy season, this journey is all but impossible on the washed out dirt roads.

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Madonna Hospital has a dedicated team that is bringing people together. Iconography varies between public images and private images supplied on a smaller scale and meant for personal devotion in the chamber: the Virgin suckling the Child such as the Madonna Litta is an image largely confined to private devotional icons.

There was a great expansion of the cult of Mary after the Council of Ephesus in , when her status as Theotokos "God-bearer" was confirmed; this had been a subject of some controversy until then, though mainly for reasons to do with arguments over the nature of Christ.

In mosaics in Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome, dating from —, just after the council, she is not yet shown with a halo , and she is also not shown in Nativity scenes at this date, though she is included in the Adoration of the Magi.

By the next century the iconic depiction of the Virgin enthroned carrying the infant Christ was established, as in the example from the only group of icons surviving from this period, at Saint Catherine's Monastery in Egypt.

This type of depiction, with subtly changing differences of emphasis, has remained the mainstay of depictions of Mary to the present day.

The image at Mount Sinai succeeds in combining two aspects of Mary described in the Magnificat , her humility and her exaltation above other humans, and has the Hand of God above, up to which the archangels look.

An early icon of the Virgin as queen is in the church of Santa Maria in Trastevere in Rome, datable to — by the kneeling figure of Pope John VII , a notable promoter of the cult of the Virgin, to whom the infant Christ reaches his hand.

This type was long confined to Rome. The roughly half-dozen varied icons of the Virgin and Child in Rome from the 6th—8th century form the majority of the representations surviving from this period; "isolated images of the Madonna and Child At this period the iconography of the Nativity was taking the form, centred on Mary , that it has retained up to the present day in Eastern Orthodoxy , and on which Western depictions remained based until the High Middle Ages.

Other narrative scenes for Byzantine cycles on the Life of the Virgin were being evolved, relying on apocyphal sources to fill in her life before the Annunciation to Mary.

By this time the political and economic collapse of the Western Roman Empire meant that the Western, Latin, church was unable to compete in the development of such sophisticated iconography , and relied heavily on Byzantine developments.

The earliest surviving image in a Western illuminated manuscript of the Madonna and Child comes from the Book of Kells of about there is a similar carved image on the lid of St Cuthbert's coffin of and, though magnificently decorated in the style of Insular art , the drawing of the figures can only be described as rather crude compared to Byzantine work of the period.

This was in fact an unusual inclusion in a Gospel book , and images of the Virgin were slow to appear in large numbers in manuscript art until the book of hours was devised in the 13th century.

The Madonna of humility by Domenico di Bartolo , , is considered one of the most innovative devotional images from the early Renaissance.

Very few early images of the Virgin Mary survive, though the depiction of the Madonna has roots in ancient pictorial and sculptural traditions that informed the earliest Christian communities throughout Europe, Northern Africa and the Middle East.

Important to Italian tradition are Byzantine icons , especially those created in Constantinople Istanbul , the capital of the longest, enduring medieval civilization whose icons participated in civic life and were celebrated for their miraculous properties.

Byzantium — saw itself as the true Rome , if Greek -speaking, Christian empire with colonies of Italians living among its citizens, participating in Crusades at the borders of its land, and ultimately, plundering its churches, palaces and monasteries of many of its treasures.

Later in the Middle Ages , the Cretan school was the main source of icons for the West, and the artists there could adapt their style to Western iconography when required.

While theft is one way that Byzantine images made their way West to Italy, the relationship between Byzantine icons and Italian images of the Madonna is far more rich and complicated.

Byzantine art played a long, critical role in Western Europe, especially when Byzantine territories included parts of Eastern Europe, Greece and much of Italy itself.

Byzantine manuscripts, ivories, gold, silver and luxurious textiles were distributed throughout the West. In Byzantium, Mary's usual title was the Theotokos or Mother of God, rather than the Virgin Mary and it was believed that salvation was delivered to the faithful at the moment of God's incarnation.

That theological concept takes pictorial form in the image of Mary holding her infant son. However, what is most relevant to the Byzantine heritage of the Madonna is twofold.

First, the earliest surviving independent images of the Virgin Mary are found in Rome, the center of Christianity in the medieval West.

One is a valued possession of Santa Maria in Trastevere , one of the many Roman churches dedicated to the Virgin Mary.

Another, a splintered, repainted ghost of its former self, is venerated at the Pantheon , that great architectural wonder of the Ancient Roman Empire , that was rededicated to Mary as an expression of the Church's triumph.

Both evoke Byzantine tradition in terms of their medium, that is, the technique and materials of the paintings, in that they were originally painted in tempera egg yolk and ground pigments on wooden panels.

In this respect, they share the Ancient Roman heritage of Byzantine icons. Second, they share iconography , or subject matter. Each image stresses the maternal role that Mary plays, representing her in relationship to her infant son.

It is difficult to gauge the dates of the cluster of these earlier images, however, they seem to be primarily works of the 7th and 8th centuries. It was not until the revival of monumental panel painting in Italy during the 12th and 13th centuries, that the image of the Madonna gains prominence outside of Rome, especially throughout Tuscany.

While members of the mendicant orders of the Franciscan and Dominican Orders are some of the first to commission panels representing this subject matter, such works quickly became popular in monasteries, parish churches, and homes.

Some images of the Madonna were paid for by lay organizations called confraternities, who met to sing praises of the Virgin in chapels found within the newly reconstructed, spacious churches that were sometimes dedicated to her.

Paying for such a work might also be seen as a form of devotion. Its expense registers in the use of thin sheets of real gold leaf in all parts of the panel that are not covered with paint, a visual analogue not only to the costly sheaths that medieval goldsmiths used to decorate altars, but also a means of surrounding the image of the Madonna with illumination from oil lamps and candles.

Even more precious is the bright blue mantle colored with lapis lazuli , a stone imported from Afghanistan. This is the case of one of the most famous, innovative and monumental works that Duccio executed for the Laudesi at Santa Maria Novella in Florence.

Often the scale of the work indicates a great deal about its original function. Often referred to as the Rucellia Madonna c. Duccio made an even grander image of the Madonna enthroned for the high altar of the cathedral of Siena, his home town.

Known as the Maesta — , the image represents the pair as the center of a densely populated court in the central part of a complexly carpentered work that lifts the court upon a predella pedestal of altarpiece of narrative scenes and standing figures of prophets and saints.

In turn, a modestly scaled image of the Madonna as a half-length figure holding her son in a memorably intimate depiction, is to be found in the National Gallery of London.

This is clearly made for the private devotion of a Christian wealthy enough to hire one of the most important Italian artists of his day.

The privileged owner need not go to Church to say his prayers or plead for salvation; all he or she had to do was open the shutters of the tabernacle in an act of private revelation.

Duccio and his contemporaries inherited early pictorial conventions that were maintained, in part, to tie their own works to the authority of tradition.

Despite all of the innovations of painters of the Madonna during the 13th and 14th centuries, Mary can usually be recognized by virtue of her attire.

Customarily when she is represented as a youthful mother of her newborn child, she wears a deeply saturated blue mantle over a red garment.

This mantle typically covers her head, where sometimes, one might see a linen, or later, transparent silk veil. She holds the Christ Child, or Baby Jesus, who shares her halo as well as her regal bearing.

Often her gaze is directed out at the viewer, serving as an intercessor, or conduit for prayers that flow from the Christian, to her, and only then, to her son.

However, late medieval Italian artists also followed the trends of Byzantine icon painting, developing their own methods of depicting the Madonna.

Sometimes, the Madonna's complex bond with her tiny child takes the form of a close, intimate moment of tenderness steeped in sorrow where she only has eyes for him.

While the focus of this entry currently stresses the depiction of the Madonna in panel painting, her image also appears in mural decoration, whether mosaics or fresco painting on the exteriors and interior of sacred buildings.

She is found high above the apse, or east end of the church where the liturgy is celebrated in the West. She is also found in sculpted form, whether small ivories for private devotion, or large sculptural reliefs and free-standing sculpture.

As a participant in sacred drama, her image inspires one of the most important fresco cycles in all of Italian painting: Giotto's narrative cycle in the Arena Chapel, next to the Scrovegni family's palace in Padua.

This program dates to the first decade of the 14th century. Italian artists of the 15th century onward are indebted to traditions established in the 13th and 14th centuries in their representation of the Madonna.

Rest on The Flight into Egypt , c. Lorenzo Monaco , Florence , c. While the 15th and 16th centuries were a time when Italian painters expanded their repertoire to include historical events, independent portraits and mythological subject matter, Christianity retained a strong hold on their careers.

Most works of art from this era are sacred. While the range of religious subject matter included subjects from the Old Testament and images of saints whose cults date after the codification of the Bible, the Madonna remained a dominant subject in the iconography of the Renaissance.

Some of the most eminent 16th-century Italian painters to turn to this subject were Leonardo da Vinci , Michelangelo , Raphael , [note 1] Giorgione , Giovanni Bellini and Titian.

They developed on the foundations of 15th-century Marian images by Fra Angelico , Fra Filippo Lippi , Mantegna and Piero della Francesca in particular, among countless others.

The subject was equally popular in Early Netherlandish painting and that of the rest of Northern Europe. The subject retaining the greatest power on all of these men remained the maternal bond, even though other subjects, especially the Annunciation , and later the Immaculate Conception , led to a greater number of paintings that represented Mary alone, without her son.

Traditionally, Mary is depicted expressing compassion, grief and love, usually in highly charged, emotional works of art even though the most famous, early work by Michelangelo stifles signs of mourning.

The tenderness an ordinary mother might feel towards her beloved child is captured, evoking the moment when she first held her infant son Christ.

The spectator, after all, is meant to sympathize, to share in the despair of the mother who holds the body of her crucified son.

Leonardo da Vinci , a study of the Head of Madonna , c. In some European countries, such as Germany, Italy and Poland sculptures of the Madonna are found on the outside of city houses and buildings, or along the roads in small enclosures.

In Germany, such a statue placed on the outside of a building is called a Hausmadonna. Some date back to the Middle Ages, while some are still being made today.

Usually found on the level of the second floor or higher, and often on the corner of a house, such sculptures were found in great numbers in many cities; Mainz , for instance, was supposed to have had more than of them before World War II.

In Italy, the roadside Madonna is a common sight both on the side of buildings and along roads in small enclosures. These are expected to bring spiritual relief to people who pass them.

In the s, the Daughters of the American Revolution placed statues called the Madonna of the Trail from coast to coast, marking the path of the old National Road and the Santa Fe Trail.

The first important encounter between Islam and the image of the Madonna is said to have happened during the Prophet Muhammad 's conquest of Mecca.

At the culmination of his mission, in CE, Muhammad conquered Mecca with a Muslim army, with his first action being the "cleansing" or "purifying" of the Kaaba , wherein he removed all the pre-Islamic pagan images and idols from inside the temple.

According to reports collected by Ibn Ishaq and al-Azraqi , Muhammad did, however, protectively put his hand over a painting of Mary and Jesus , and a fresco of Abraham in order to keep them from being effaced.

Moreover one Christian had been allowed and even encouraged to paint an icon of the Virgin Mary and the child Christ on an inside wall of the Ka'bah, where it sharply contrasted with all the other paintings.

But Quraysh were more or less insensitive to this contrast: for them it was simply a question of increasing the multitude of idols by another two; and it was partly their tolerance that made them so impenetrable Apart from the icon of the Virgin Mary and the child Jesus, and a painting of an old man, said to be Abraham , the walls inside had been covered with pictures of pagan deities.

Placing his hand protectively over the icon, the Prophet told Uthman to see that all the other paintings, except that of Abraham, were effaced.

There are a large number of articles on individual works of various sorts in Category:Virgin Mary in art and its sub-category.

See also the incomplete List of depictions of the Virgin and Child. The term "Madonna" is sometimes used to refer to representations of Mary that were not created by Italians.

A small selection of examples include:.

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Due to a lack of permanent infrastructure often times, patients out in the bush are unable to make it into the city for care.

During the rainy season, this journey is all but impossible on the washed out dirt roads. Having clinics that serve the rural villages is a vital resource for the local community.

It takes a talented team behind the camera Without an amazing crew, no documentary could ever get made.

We are fortunate to have incredible professionals from around the world making Lady Madonna a truly international production. Together we shape the future It takes people working together to build a community.

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Liturgy depicting Mary as powerful intercessor such as the Akathist was brought from Greek into Latin tradition in the 8th century.

These names signal both the increased importance of the cult of the virgin and the prominence of art in service to Marian devotion during the late medieval period.

During the 13th century, especially, [ citation needed ] with the increasing influence of chivalry and aristocratic culture on poetry, song and the visual arts, the Madonna is represented as the queen of Heaven, often enthroned.

Madonna was meant more to remind people of the theological concept which is placing such a high value on purity or virginity. This is also represented by the color of her clothing.

The color blue symbolized purity, virginity, and royalty. While the Italian term Madonna paralleled English Our Lady in late medieval Marian devotion, it was imported as an art historical term into English usage in the s, designating specifically the Marian art of the Italian Renaissance.

In this sense, "a Madonna", or "a Madonna with Child" is used of specific works of art, historically mostly of Italian works.

A "Madonna" may alternatively be called "Virgin" or "Our Lady", but "Madonna" is not typically applied to eastern works; e. The earliest representation of the Madonna and Child may be the wall painting in the Catacomb of Priscilla , Rome, in which the seated Madonna suckles the Child, who turns his head to gaze at the spectator.

The earliest consistent representations of Mother and Child were developed in the Eastern Empire, where despite an iconoclastic strain in culture that rejected physical representations as " idols ", respect for venerated images was expressed in the repetition of a narrow range of highly conventionalized types, the repeated images familiar as icons Greek "image".

On a visit to Constantinople in , Pope Agapetus was accused of being opposed to the veneration of the theotokos and to the portrayal of her image in churches.

In the West, hieratic Byzantine models were closely followed in the Early Middle Ages, but with the increased importance of the cult of the Virgin in the 12th and 13th centuries a wide variety of types developed to satisfy a flood of more intensely personal forms of piety.

In the usual Gothic and Renaissance formulas the Virgin Mary sits with the Infant Jesus on her lap, or enfolded in her arms. In earlier representations the Virgin is enthroned, and the Child may be fully aware, raising his hand to offer blessing.

In a 15th-century Italian variation, a baby John the Baptist looks on. The socalled Madonna della seggiola shows both of them: the Virgin embraces the infant Jesus, near John the Baptist.

Late Gothic sculptures of the Virgin and Child may show a standing virgin with the child in her arms. Iconography varies between public images and private images supplied on a smaller scale and meant for personal devotion in the chamber: the Virgin suckling the Child such as the Madonna Litta is an image largely confined to private devotional icons.

There was a great expansion of the cult of Mary after the Council of Ephesus in , when her status as Theotokos "God-bearer" was confirmed; this had been a subject of some controversy until then, though mainly for reasons to do with arguments over the nature of Christ.

In mosaics in Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome, dating from —, just after the council, she is not yet shown with a halo , and she is also not shown in Nativity scenes at this date, though she is included in the Adoration of the Magi.

By the next century the iconic depiction of the Virgin enthroned carrying the infant Christ was established, as in the example from the only group of icons surviving from this period, at Saint Catherine's Monastery in Egypt.

This type of depiction, with subtly changing differences of emphasis, has remained the mainstay of depictions of Mary to the present day. The image at Mount Sinai succeeds in combining two aspects of Mary described in the Magnificat , her humility and her exaltation above other humans, and has the Hand of God above, up to which the archangels look.

An early icon of the Virgin as queen is in the church of Santa Maria in Trastevere in Rome, datable to — by the kneeling figure of Pope John VII , a notable promoter of the cult of the Virgin, to whom the infant Christ reaches his hand.

This type was long confined to Rome. The roughly half-dozen varied icons of the Virgin and Child in Rome from the 6th—8th century form the majority of the representations surviving from this period; "isolated images of the Madonna and Child At this period the iconography of the Nativity was taking the form, centred on Mary , that it has retained up to the present day in Eastern Orthodoxy , and on which Western depictions remained based until the High Middle Ages.

Other narrative scenes for Byzantine cycles on the Life of the Virgin were being evolved, relying on apocyphal sources to fill in her life before the Annunciation to Mary.

By this time the political and economic collapse of the Western Roman Empire meant that the Western, Latin, church was unable to compete in the development of such sophisticated iconography , and relied heavily on Byzantine developments.

The earliest surviving image in a Western illuminated manuscript of the Madonna and Child comes from the Book of Kells of about there is a similar carved image on the lid of St Cuthbert's coffin of and, though magnificently decorated in the style of Insular art , the drawing of the figures can only be described as rather crude compared to Byzantine work of the period.

This was in fact an unusual inclusion in a Gospel book , and images of the Virgin were slow to appear in large numbers in manuscript art until the book of hours was devised in the 13th century.

The Madonna of humility by Domenico di Bartolo , , is considered one of the most innovative devotional images from the early Renaissance. Very few early images of the Virgin Mary survive, though the depiction of the Madonna has roots in ancient pictorial and sculptural traditions that informed the earliest Christian communities throughout Europe, Northern Africa and the Middle East.

Important to Italian tradition are Byzantine icons , especially those created in Constantinople Istanbul , the capital of the longest, enduring medieval civilization whose icons participated in civic life and were celebrated for their miraculous properties.

Byzantium — saw itself as the true Rome , if Greek -speaking, Christian empire with colonies of Italians living among its citizens, participating in Crusades at the borders of its land, and ultimately, plundering its churches, palaces and monasteries of many of its treasures.

Later in the Middle Ages , the Cretan school was the main source of icons for the West, and the artists there could adapt their style to Western iconography when required.

While theft is one way that Byzantine images made their way West to Italy, the relationship between Byzantine icons and Italian images of the Madonna is far more rich and complicated.

Byzantine art played a long, critical role in Western Europe, especially when Byzantine territories included parts of Eastern Europe, Greece and much of Italy itself.

Byzantine manuscripts, ivories, gold, silver and luxurious textiles were distributed throughout the West. In Byzantium, Mary's usual title was the Theotokos or Mother of God, rather than the Virgin Mary and it was believed that salvation was delivered to the faithful at the moment of God's incarnation.

That theological concept takes pictorial form in the image of Mary holding her infant son. However, what is most relevant to the Byzantine heritage of the Madonna is twofold.

First, the earliest surviving independent images of the Virgin Mary are found in Rome, the center of Christianity in the medieval West.

One is a valued possession of Santa Maria in Trastevere , one of the many Roman churches dedicated to the Virgin Mary.

Another, a splintered, repainted ghost of its former self, is venerated at the Pantheon , that great architectural wonder of the Ancient Roman Empire , that was rededicated to Mary as an expression of the Church's triumph.

Both evoke Byzantine tradition in terms of their medium, that is, the technique and materials of the paintings, in that they were originally painted in tempera egg yolk and ground pigments on wooden panels.

In this respect, they share the Ancient Roman heritage of Byzantine icons. Second, they share iconography , or subject matter.

Each image stresses the maternal role that Mary plays, representing her in relationship to her infant son. It is difficult to gauge the dates of the cluster of these earlier images, however, they seem to be primarily works of the 7th and 8th centuries.

It was not until the revival of monumental panel painting in Italy during the 12th and 13th centuries, that the image of the Madonna gains prominence outside of Rome, especially throughout Tuscany.

While members of the mendicant orders of the Franciscan and Dominican Orders are some of the first to commission panels representing this subject matter, such works quickly became popular in monasteries, parish churches, and homes.

Some images of the Madonna were paid for by lay organizations called confraternities, who met to sing praises of the Virgin in chapels found within the newly reconstructed, spacious churches that were sometimes dedicated to her.

Paying for such a work might also be seen as a form of devotion. Its expense registers in the use of thin sheets of real gold leaf in all parts of the panel that are not covered with paint, a visual analogue not only to the costly sheaths that medieval goldsmiths used to decorate altars, but also a means of surrounding the image of the Madonna with illumination from oil lamps and candles.

Even more precious is the bright blue mantle colored with lapis lazuli , a stone imported from Afghanistan. This is the case of one of the most famous, innovative and monumental works that Duccio executed for the Laudesi at Santa Maria Novella in Florence.

Often the scale of the work indicates a great deal about its original function. Often referred to as the Rucellia Madonna c. Duccio made an even grander image of the Madonna enthroned for the high altar of the cathedral of Siena, his home town.

Known as the Maesta — , the image represents the pair as the center of a densely populated court in the central part of a complexly carpentered work that lifts the court upon a predella pedestal of altarpiece of narrative scenes and standing figures of prophets and saints.

In turn, a modestly scaled image of the Madonna as a half-length figure holding her son in a memorably intimate depiction, is to be found in the National Gallery of London.

This is clearly made for the private devotion of a Christian wealthy enough to hire one of the most important Italian artists of his day.

The privileged owner need not go to Church to say his prayers or plead for salvation; all he or she had to do was open the shutters of the tabernacle in an act of private revelation.

Duccio and his contemporaries inherited early pictorial conventions that were maintained, in part, to tie their own works to the authority of tradition.

Despite all of the innovations of painters of the Madonna during the 13th and 14th centuries, Mary can usually be recognized by virtue of her attire.

Customarily when she is represented as a youthful mother of her newborn child, she wears a deeply saturated blue mantle over a red garment.

This mantle typically covers her head, where sometimes, one might see a linen, or later, transparent silk veil. She holds the Christ Child, or Baby Jesus, who shares her halo as well as her regal bearing.

Often her gaze is directed out at the viewer, serving as an intercessor, or conduit for prayers that flow from the Christian, to her, and only then, to her son.

However, late medieval Italian artists also followed the trends of Byzantine icon painting, developing their own methods of depicting the Madonna.

Sometimes, the Madonna's complex bond with her tiny child takes the form of a close, intimate moment of tenderness steeped in sorrow where she only has eyes for him.

While the focus of this entry currently stresses the depiction of the Madonna in panel painting, her image also appears in mural decoration, whether mosaics or fresco painting on the exteriors and interior of sacred buildings.

She is found high above the apse, or east end of the church where the liturgy is celebrated in the West. She is also found in sculpted form, whether small ivories for private devotion, or large sculptural reliefs and free-standing sculpture.

As a participant in sacred drama, her image inspires one of the most important fresco cycles in all of Italian painting: Giotto's narrative cycle in the Arena Chapel, next to the Scrovegni family's palace in Padua.

This program dates to the first decade of the 14th century. Italian artists of the 15th century onward are indebted to traditions established in the 13th and 14th centuries in their representation of the Madonna.

Rest on The Flight into Egypt , c. Lorenzo Monaco , Florence , c. While the 15th and 16th centuries were a time when Italian painters expanded their repertoire to include historical events, independent portraits and mythological subject matter, Christianity retained a strong hold on their careers.

Most works of art from this era are sacred. While the range of religious subject matter included subjects from the Old Testament and images of saints whose cults date after the codification of the Bible, the Madonna remained a dominant subject in the iconography of the Renaissance.

Some of the most eminent 16th-century Italian painters to turn to this subject were Leonardo da Vinci , Michelangelo , Raphael , [note 1] Giorgione , Giovanni Bellini and Titian.

They developed on the foundations of 15th-century Marian images by Fra Angelico , Fra Filippo Lippi , Mantegna and Piero della Francesca in particular, among countless others.

The subject was equally popular in Early Netherlandish painting and that of the rest of Northern Europe. The subject retaining the greatest power on all of these men remained the maternal bond, even though other subjects, especially the Annunciation , and later the Immaculate Conception , led to a greater number of paintings that represented Mary alone, without her son.

Traditionally, Mary is depicted expressing compassion, grief and love, usually in highly charged, emotional works of art even though the most famous, early work by Michelangelo stifles signs of mourning.

The tenderness an ordinary mother might feel towards her beloved child is captured, evoking the moment when she first held her infant son Christ. The spectator, after all, is meant to sympathize, to share in the despair of the mother who holds the body of her crucified son.

Leonardo da Vinci , a study of the Head of Madonna , c.

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