'Consummatum est...': A Reassesment of Thomas Eakin's Crucifixion of 1880

Milroy, Elizabeth
June 1989
Art Bulletin;Jun89, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p269
Academic Journal
Assesses the painting 'The Crucifixion,' by Thomas Eakins. Reaction of critics to the painting in 1882; Opinion on the motivation of Eakins in painting 'The Crucifixion'; Comparison of the painting of Eakins to other paintings depicting the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.


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