Christ holds up a glass heart filled with animals (sins) and cures a sick woman with the fluid from the wound in his side. Engraving by H. Goltzius, 1578.
- Goltzius, Hendrik, 1558-1617.
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Christ (marked "Medicus, Matth. 12") holds a glass heart containing a boar, a frog and another object, perhaps a bottle, all representing sins. The water emanating from his side into the sick woman's cup is labelled "Livore eius sanati sumus. Esai 53." A globe bearing a cross hovers next to the heart, marked "Fiat. Portans oia verbo virtutis suæ. Hebr. 1." A woman beneath it (marked "Matth. 0. Fides tua te salua fecit") holds a small crucifix and holds the sick woman's wrist
Miracula Christi ...
1 print : line engraving
Listed in Hirschmann, 'Goltzius', no. 58, and Strauss, 'Hendrick Goltzius' (1977), no. 28
J. Peto (ed.), The heart, New Haven and London 2007, p. 29
Wellcome Library no. 26628i