On Easter Eve Jesus descends into the Underworld to release the lost souls in this inspirational piece by the Danish artist Joakim Skovgaard. Shadows recede as the forlorn masses reach out to receive His regenerating light; snakes and skulls are crushed underfoot. Skovgaard is best-known for the frescoes he developed for the Viborg Cathedral in Denmark, which represent the principal Bible stories of the Old and New Testaments.
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Joakim Skovgaard : “Christ in the Realm of the Dead” (1891-1894)
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SKU: VM-PIPG-C1ZD Category: Religious and Metaphysical Tags: Christian, Jesus, Joakim Skovgaard, Landscape Orientation, Painting, Religious, Yellows
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