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Picture Jesus of Nazareth: Interpretation from the Shroud of Turin

October 28, 2008

broglio From time to time we see various interpretations of the image on the Shroud of Turin. I like this one. I have only a couple of small observations. Almost all interpretations show Jesus with a forked beard, which I think is obvious on the shroud face. I also think the nose is more flared at the bottom. But then, again, this is an interpretation. Here are the details:

Artist: Broglio, Pietro  

Description: Jesus of Nazareth. A reproduction of the face of Jesus, from the shroud of Turin

Form of Art: Painting

Style: Realism

Genre: Portrait

Media: Acrylic

Year: 2008

Size: 40x30x5cm

See Art-3000: Picture Jesus of Nazareth (includes email address of artist not reproduced here.

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  1. February 18, 2009 at 11:09 am

    Yes, one can argue about the forked beard, but I thought, one can wear his beard, in many different ways.
    I tried also to represnet Jesus at his younger days.
    See the painting, Maria and Jesus, at the age of 11.

    Ciao, e bella giornata

    Pietro Broglio

  2. July 2, 2009 at 8:48 am

    Well, I was not very satisfied, of this painting.
    Many scientist claim, that the shroud is dated into the 12th century. So I repainted it, and gave him a more oriental look, also with a forked beard.
    Hope that you’ll like it.
    Here the link where you can see it.
    Greeting from Pietro Broglio

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