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Via Dolorosa Collection

"Via Dolorosa: A Journey of Suffering and Redemption in the Heart of Jerusalem" In the heart of the Old City, Jerusalem

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Via Dolorosa street sign in three languages, Old City, Jerusalem, Israel, Middle East

Via Dolorosa street sign in three languages, Old City, Jerusalem, Israel, Middle East

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Simon of Cyrene helping Jesus to carry his Cross (colour litho)

Simon of Cyrene helping Jesus to carry his Cross (colour litho)
5226673 Simon of Cyrene helping Jesus to carry his Cross (colour litho) by Fugel, Gebhard (1863-1939); Private Collection; (add.info.: Simon of Cyrene helping Jesus to carry his Cross)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Man of Sorrows Blessing, 1480-1490. Artist: Memling, Hans (1433 / 40-1494)

The Man of Sorrows Blessing, 1480-1490. Artist: Memling, Hans (1433 / 40-1494)
The Man of Sorrows Blessing, 1480-1490. Found in the collection of the Musei di Strada Nuova, Genoa

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Via Dolorosa

Via Dolorosa, Old City, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jerusalem, Israel, Middle East

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Crucified Christ with the Virgin Mary, Saints John the Baptist and Mary Magdalene

The Crucified Christ with the Virgin Mary, Saints John the Baptist and Mary Magdalene. Found in the collection of Louvre, Paris

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Descent from the Cross, 1729. Artist: Solimena, Francesco (1657-1747)

The Descent from the Cross, 1729. Artist: Solimena, Francesco (1657-1747)
The Descent from the Cross, 1729. Found in the collection of the Art History Museum, Vienne

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Sculpture at the 4th Station of the Cross on the Via Dolorosa, in the Old City of Jerusalem

Sculpture at the 4th Station of the Cross on the Via Dolorosa, in the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel, Middle East

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus meets his mother, Mary, while carrying his Cross (colour litho)

Jesus meets his mother, Mary, while carrying his Cross (colour litho)
5226675 Jesus meets his mother, Mary, while carrying his Cross (colour litho) by Fugel, Gebhard (1863-1939); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesus meets his mother, Mary, while carrying his Cross)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Flagellation of Christ, 1538. Artist: Cranach, Lucas, the Elder (1472-1553)

The Flagellation of Christ, 1538. Artist: Cranach, Lucas, the Elder (1472-1553)
The Flagellation of Christ, 1538. Found in the collection of the Art History Museum, Vienne

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem on his way to his crucifixion (colour litho)

Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem on his way to his crucifixion (colour litho)
5226670 Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem on his way to his crucifixion (colour litho) by Fugel, Gebhard (1863-1939); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus falls for the first time while carrying his Cross (colour litho)

Jesus falls for the first time while carrying his Cross (colour litho)
5226676 Jesus falls for the first time while carrying his Cross (colour litho) by Fugel, Gebhard (1863-1939); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesus falls for the first time while carrying his Cross)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus falls for the second time while carrying his Cross (colour litho)

Jesus falls for the second time while carrying his Cross (colour litho)
5226672 Jesus falls for the second time while carrying his Cross (colour litho) by Fugel, Gebhard (1863-1939); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Flagellation of Christ, 1617. Creator: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)

The Flagellation of Christ, 1617. Creator: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)
The Flagellation of Christ, 1617. Found in the Collection of Sint-Pauluskerk, Antwerpen

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Christ Crowned with Thorns, 1772. Artist: Tiepolo, Giandomenico (1727-1804)

Christ Crowned with Thorns, 1772. Artist: Tiepolo, Giandomenico (1727-1804)
Christ Crowned with Thorns, 1772. Found in the collection of the Museo del Prado, Madrid

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus falling under the Cross, 1520

Jesus falling under the Cross, 1520
2562741 Jesus falling under the Cross, 1520 by Pordenone, Giovanni Antonio (1484-1539); Duomo (Cattedrale Santa Maria dell Assunta), Cremona, Lombardy, Italy; (add.info.: Cremona)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus falls for the first time under the weight of the cross

Jesus falls for the first time under the weight of the cross. The third Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668791 Jesus falls for the first time under the weight of the cross. The third Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus falls for the second time. The seventh Station of the Cross (chromolitho)

Jesus falls for the second time. The seventh Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668799 Jesus falls for the second time. The seventh Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesus falls for the second time)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Detail of Christ on the Road to Calvary, 1934 (oil on canvas) (see 252654)

Detail of Christ on the Road to Calvary, 1934 (oil on canvas) (see 252654)
CLG252655 Detail of Christ on the Road to Calvary, 1934 (oil on canvas) (see 252654) by Desvallieres, Georges (1861-1950); Saint-Esprit, Paris, France; © Clement Guillaume

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Christ on the Road to Calvary, 1934 (oil on canvas) (see detail 252655)

Christ on the Road to Calvary, 1934 (oil on canvas) (see detail 252655)
CLG252654 Christ on the Road to Calvary, 1934 (oil on canvas) (see detail 252655) by Desvallieres, Georges (1861-1950); Saint-Esprit, Paris, France; © Clement Guillaume. All rights reserved 2022

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jerusalem, Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)

Jerusalem, Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)
5991090 Jerusalem, Via Dolorosa (b/w photo) by Grober, Karl (1885-1945); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jerusalem, Via Dolorosa)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Temptation of Saint Anthony. Triptych, reverse: The Capture of Christ, 1500-1501

The Temptation of Saint Anthony. Triptych, reverse: The Capture of Christ, 1500-1501. Found in the Collection of the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, Lisbon

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus accepts his Cross (colour litho)

Jesus accepts his Cross (colour litho)
5226677 Jesus accepts his Cross (colour litho) by Fugel, Gebhard (1863-1939); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesus accepts his Cross)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Third Station, Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)

The Third Station, Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)
5995028 The Third Station, Via Dolorosa (b/w photo) by European Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Third Station, Via Dolorosa)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus is taken down from the cross and restored to his mother

Jesus is taken down from the cross and restored to his mother. The thirteenth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668803 Jesus is taken down from the cross and restored to his mother. The thirteenth Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Crucifixion: Jesus is nailed to the cross. The eleventh Station of the Cross (chromolitho)

Crucifixion: Jesus is nailed to the cross. The eleventh Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668801 Crucifixion: Jesus is nailed to the cross. The eleventh Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Crucifixion)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus dies on the cross. The twelth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)

Jesus dies on the cross. The twelth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668800 Jesus dies on the cross. The twelth Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesus dies on the cross)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The houses of the rich and poor man, Dives and Lazarus (engraving)

The houses of the rich and poor man, Dives and Lazarus (engraving)
2774938 The houses of the rich and poor man, Dives and Lazarus (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The houses of the rich and poor man, Dives and Lazarus)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Via Dolorosa

Via Dolorosa
LLM338288 Via Dolorosa by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Via Dolorosa. All Round the World, First Series (1868).); © Look and Learn

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Fifth Station, Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)

The Fifth Station, Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)
5995029 The Fifth Station, Via Dolorosa (b/w photo) by European Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Fifth Station, Via Dolorosa)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus is stripped of his garments. The tenth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)

Jesus is stripped of his garments. The tenth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668802 Jesus is stripped of his garments. The tenth Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesus is stripped of his garments)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus is condemned to death. The first Station of the Cross (chromolitho)

Jesus is condemned to death. The first Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668793 Jesus is condemned to death. The first Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesus is condemned to death)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Ecce Homo Arch, 1857 (b / w photo)

Ecce Homo Arch, 1857 (b / w photo)
701517 Ecce Homo Arch, 1857 (b/w photo) by Robertson, James (1813-88) & Beato, Felice (1832-1909); Private Collection; (add.info.: The arch, once part of a Roman gateway)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Road to Calvary, 1320 (fresco)

The Road to Calvary, 1320 (fresco)
741529 The Road to Calvary, 1320 (fresco) by Lorenzetti, Pietro (c.1284-after 1345); San Francesco, Lower Church, Assisi, Italy; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus consoles the women who are weeping for him. The eighth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)

Jesus consoles the women who are weeping for him. The eighth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668798 Jesus consoles the women who are weeping for him. The eighth Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus carries His Cross. The second Station of the Cross (chromolitho)

Jesus carries His Cross. The second Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668792 Jesus carries His Cross. The second Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesus carries His Cross)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Scenes from the Life of Christ, from the Spanish Chapel, c. 1365 (fresco)

Scenes from the Life of Christ, from the Spanish Chapel, c. 1365 (fresco)
BAT309485 Scenes from the Life of Christ, from the Spanish Chapel, c.1365 (fresco) by Andrea di Bonaiuto (Andrea da Firenze) (fl.1343-77); Santa Maria Novella, Florence

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus meets his mother (chromolitho)

Jesus meets his mother (chromolitho)
2817096 Jesus meets his mother (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesus meets his mother. The fourth of the Stations of the Cross)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus falls for the third time while carrying his Cross (colour litho)

Jesus falls for the third time while carrying his Cross (colour litho)
5226669 Jesus falls for the third time while carrying his Cross (colour litho) by Fugel, Gebhard (1863-1939); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesus falls for the third time while carrying his Cross)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Second Station, Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)

The Second Station, Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)
5995026 The Second Station, Via Dolorosa (b/w photo) by European Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Second Station, Via Dolorosa)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Bearing of the Cross, Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus (oil on panel)

The Bearing of the Cross, Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus (oil on panel)
REV345904 The Bearing of the Cross, Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus (oil on panel) by Spanish School, (17th century); Monasterio de Santa Maria de San Salvador, Canas

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Veronica wipes the face of Jesus. The sixth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)

Veronica wipes the face of Jesus. The sixth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668794 Veronica wipes the face of Jesus. The sixth Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Veronica wipes the face of Jesus)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem (engraving)

The Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem (engraving)
3654093 The Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus falls for the third time. The ninth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)

Jesus falls for the third time. The ninth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668797 Jesus falls for the third time. The ninth Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesus falls for the third time)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Jesus meets his mother. The fourth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)

Jesus meets his mother. The fourth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668796 Jesus meets his mother. The fourth Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesus meets his mother)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry the cross. The fifth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)

Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry the cross. The fifth Station of the Cross (chromolitho)
668795 Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry the cross. The fifth Station of the Cross (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: View in the Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)

View in the Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)
5994023 View in the Via Dolorosa (b/w photo) by European Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: View in the Via Dolorosa)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Sixth Station, Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)

The Sixth Station, Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)
5995031 The Sixth Station, Via Dolorosa (b/w photo) by European Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Sixth Station, Via Dolorosa)

Background imageVia Dolorosa Collection: The Fourth Station, Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)

The Fourth Station, Via Dolorosa (b / w photo)
5995027 The Fourth Station, Via Dolorosa (b/w photo) by European Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Fourth Station, Via Dolorosa)



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"Via Dolorosa: A Journey of Suffering and Redemption in the Heart of Jerusalem" In the heart of the Old City, Jerusalem, lies a street that holds immense significance for millions around the world. Via Dolorosa, meaning "Way of Sorrow, " is a path that traces Jesus Christ's final steps before his crucifixion. This iconic street sign stands tall, bearing witness to history in three languages. As you walk along this ancient route, you can almost feel the weight on your shoulders as Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus carry his Cross. The vivid colors of a lithograph capture this powerful moment, reminding us of compassion amidst suffering. Further down Via Dolorosa awaits an awe-inspiring masterpiece by Francesco Solimena - "The Descent from the Cross. " Its intricate details depict grief-stricken figures surrounding Christ's lifeless body; it serves as a poignant reminder of sacrifice and salvation. Sir Anthony van Dyck's painting portrays Mary Magdalene and Saints John the Baptist alongside Virgin Mary grieving at the foot of the Crucified Christ. Their sorrow echoes through time and space, touching our hearts with their devotion. At every station along Via Dolorosa, sculptures stand as silent witnesses to Jesus' agonizing journey. One such sculpture at Station 4 invites reflection on Christ's pain while highlighting humanity's role in his suffering. Lucas Cranach and Pieter Paul Rubens bring to life two distinct interpretations of "The Flagellation of Christ. " These masterpieces evoke emotions ranging from anguish to hope as they depict one pivotal moment in Christian history. Jesus' falls under the weighty burden are captured by artists throughout centuries - be it Albrecht Dürer or anonymous chromolithographers who etched these moments into our collective memory. Each fall represents resilience amid adversity and reminds us that even in our darkest hours, we can rise again. Finally, Stein Quadriptych reveals the profound depth of Jesus' passion on vellum.