There are hundreds of churches in Rome, most of them containing multiple side-chapels. And in one of those zillions of side-chapels hangs this lovely Crucifixion by Scipione Pulzone (1544-1598).
It’s very pretty, but on Rome’s art-circuit it really doesn’t merit a second glance. After all, when it comes to Italian sacred art, Rome contains the best of the best! Continue reading
Happy Feast of St. Joseph! Today is an especially big feast here in Italy, where it sort of does double-duty as Fathers’ Day, for understandable reasons. Continue reading
In a church along one of Rome’s busiest shopping streets is a side chapel containing this 14th-century crucifix. Few tourists would even bother to venture in; those who do, almost certainly give it only a passing glance.
But what an amazing history this image has! Continue reading