Ivory panel of the Raising of Lazarus
Probably made in Venice, this ivory panel was carved in a Byzantine style. Byzantine craftsmen were much in demand in Italy. The panel shows Christ with a hand raised, the other hand holding a staff. Behind him a bearded apostle and before him Mary and Martha, kneeling with hands extended in supplication. In a small shrine with cupola stands the swathed body of Lazarus. Venice (?), 9th century AD or earlier. Octobre 4, 2012, Canon 7D.
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Full: Front Panel; ivory; the Raising of Lazarus; Christ with cruciferous nimbus moves to right with hand raised and first finger extended; other hand carries a staff; behind him walks a bearded apostle; before him are Mary and Martha, one standing listening, the other kneeling with hands extended in supplication; behind them to right is an aedicula with cupola, in which is the swathed body of Lazarus; in the background the buildings of Bethany. © The Trustees of the British Museum
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