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THE RESSURECTION OF CHRIST
This painting forms a pair with The Apostles in the Hermitage. Veronese painted a number of compositions on the theme of Christ's Resurrection; the canvas from the Pushkin Museum collection is one of the latest.
Provenance: in the collection of Robert Walpole (London) in 1736 and later transferred to his estate at Houghton Hall; acquired for the Hermitage in 1778; at one time it was in the Winter Palace and in the second half of the 19th-century it was transferred to Gatchino Palace; returned to the Hermitage in 1920; in the Pushkin Museum since 1928.