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Summary

The Seven Sorrows refer to the following events in the history of salvation:

1. The Prophecy of Simeon. (Luke 2:34-35) or the Circumcision of Christ
2. The Flight into Egypt. (Matthew 2:13)
3. The Loss of the Child Jesus in the Temple. (Luke 2:43-45)
4. Mary Meets Jesus on the Way to Calvary. (Luke 23:26)
5. Jesus Dies on the Cross. (John 19:25)
6. Mary Receives the Body of Jesus in Her Arms. (Matthew 27:57-59)
7. The Body of Jesus is Placed in the Tomb. (John 19:40-42)

Artist: Simon Bening (Flemish, about 1483 - 1561) (1483 - 1561) (Flemish) (illuminator)
Title: The Seven Sorrows of the Virgin
Object type: Folio
Date: about 1525 - 1530
Medium: "Tempera colors, gold paint, and gold leaf on parchment"
Dimensions: Height: 168 mm (6.61 in). Width: 114 mm (4.49 in).
Current location: The J. Paul Getty Museum
Accession number: lido.getty.edu-gm-obj4329
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