Sign in to favourite Sign in to add to album Geographical notes close Places are defined in terms of modern geography. Copyright Information close The author of this artwork died more than 70 years ago. According to U.S. Copyright Law, copyright expires 70 years after the author's death. In other countries, legislation may differ. More… WikiArt.org allows unlimited copying, distributing and displaying of the images of public domain artworks solely. We use here Copyright term based on authors' deaths according to U.S. Copyright Law, that is 70 years. In other countries, the duration of copyright term may differ. Please check here copyright length according to your country's legislation before you consider reproducing images borrowed from Wikipaintings.org Artworks protected by copyright are supposed to be used only for contemplation. Images of that type of artworks are prohibited for copying, printing, or any kind of reproducing and communicating to public since these activities may be considered copyright infringement. Public domain ← → Agnus Dei Francisco de Zurbaran Alternative name: Agnus Dei (Zurbarán) Date: c.1635 - c.1640 Style: Baroque Genre: animal painting Media: oil, canvas Dimensions: 38 x 62 cm Location: Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain Tags: animals, boats-and-ships, Lamb-of-God Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnus_Dei_(Zurbarán) File Source: commons.wikimedia.org References: www.museodelprado.es Order an oil painting reproduction Ad Image dimension 750x448px, View all sizes This votive image was wide-spread in seventeenth-century Spain. It represents an Agnus Dei or “Lamb of God”, in allusion to Christ's sacrificial death to save humanity. The straightforward composition consists exclusively of an image of the young animal with its legs bound, lying on a windowsill and brightly light by a single light source. Zurbarán made six versions of this subject with small iconographic variations, which indicates that it was relatively successful with his private clients. This is the finest version and it corresponds to his mature period. This work was acquired by the Spanish State in 1986. Francisco de Zurbaran Famous works St. Gregory Francisco de Zurbaran · 1626 - 1627 Appearance of St. Peter to St. Peter Nolasco Francisco de Zurbaran · 1629 Birth of the Virgin Francisco de Zurbaran · 1629 The Death of St. Bonaventura Francisco de Zurbaran · 1629 The Immaculate Conception Francisco de Zurbaran · 1630 Portrait of Fra Zumel Francisco Francisco de Zurbaran · 1633 Still Life Francisco de Zurbaran · 1633 Still Life Francisco de Zurbaran · 1633 Vision of Blessed Alonso Rodriguez Francisco de Zurbaran · 1633 Hercules Fighting with the Lernaean Hydra Francisco de Zurbaran · 1634 The Defence of Cadiz against the English Francisco de Zurbaran · 1634 St. Apollonia Francisco de Zurbaran · 1636 Adoration of the Shepherds Francisco de Zurbaran · 1638 Angel with Incense Francisco de Zurbaran · 1638 St. Francis Kneeling Francisco de Zurbaran · 1635 - 1639 Adoration of the Magi Francisco de Zurbaran · 1639 - 1640 St. Rufina of Seville Francisco de Zurbaran · 1635 - 1640 The Immaculate Conception with Saint Joachim and Saint Anne Francisco de Zurbaran · 1638 - 1640 Madonna with Child Francisco de Zurbaran · 1658 Rest on the Flight to Egypt Francisco de Zurbaran · 1659 View all 94 artworks Related Artworks White Bull and Blond Heifer Gustave Courbet Sitting on Cushions Dog Gustave Courbet Dog from Ornans Gustave Courbet The Dead Doe Gustave Courbet The Fox in the Snow Gustave Courbet Spring, Stags Fighting Gustave Courbet Horse in the Woods Gustave Courbet Male and Female Deer in the Woods Gustave Courbet The Return of the Deer to the Stream at Plaisir Fontaine Gustave Courbet Greyhounds of Comte de Choiseul Gustave Courbet The Hunted Deer, Spring Gustave Courbet The Trout Gustave Courbet The Trout Gustave Courbet The Deer Gustave Courbet The English Horse of M. Duval Gustave Courbet Head of a Young Doe Gustave Courbet Head of Gazelle Gustave Courbet The Well Le Nain brothers Self-Portrait with a Black Dog Gustave Courbet The Embouchment of Seine Gustave Courbet 1 Load more Advertisement.