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8th Station of the cross: Jesus Speaks to the Daughters of Jerusalem


Medium - Etching on paper

Size - 76 x 82 cm



Related works: The small boy appears in Let the people Praise Thee at Christ's Hospital School, Horsham (M1109), and the design of the Station is identical to the 8th Station for Arras (S3063). Lit and Ill: Liss Fine Art, 2007, cat 124.


The boy on the right is taken from a photograph of a child holding an ice cream cone.

8th Station of the cross by Sir Frank Brangwyn

  • Sir Frank William Brangwyn was born to British parents in 19th Century Bruges, Belgium. Brangwyn moved to London as a child and he lived in the capital for most of his life until moving to Ditchling, where he died in 1956. 


    Brangwyn was a painter, watercolourist, printmaker, illustrator, and designer. As well as paintings and drawings, he produced designs for stained glass, furniture, ceramics, table glassware, buildings and interiors. He was also a lithographer, woodcutter and book illustrator.

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