ecce homo


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a representation (a picture or sculpture) of Jesus wearing a crown of thorns

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Furthermore, Ivanov's writings also suggest a susceptibility to works that were not published until after his stay in Berlin, such as Der Antichrist (first appeared in 1895) and Ecce Homo (posthumously printed in 1908, censored by Elisabeth Nietzsche).
Similarly Nietzsche in Ecce Homo will joyously declare himself a doppelganger: "I have a second face in addition to the first.
Coscient Group's distribution division, Motion International, sold Ecce Homo to twenty countries including France and Italy.
Director Richard Verdi said he first noticed that the galleries' lighting needed an overhaul when he visited Princeton University Art Museum in 2002 for the opening of the exhibition Anthony van Dyck: Ecce Homo and The Mocking of Christ, which he curated and which transferred to the Barber Institute that October.
The Anti-Christ, Ecce Homo, Twilight of the Idols, and other writings.
Nietzsche himself seems to ignore Book Four when, in Ecce Homo, he calls Zarathustra his most "edifying" work.
In addition, several pilots were produced this year for series having an international scope, such as Ecce Homo - a documentary series on human sciences with a potential of 39 episodes - and Les Couche-tots - a talk-show concept featuring children playing adults' roles, designed for the channel TF1.
Ecce Homo with Nick Phillips is at the Unity tonight and tomorrow.
Sir Jacob Epstein's Ecce Homo was made from a yellow Jelly Baby and the cobbles and top sandstone was made from toffee pieces.
A century-old fresco called Ecce Homo by Elias Garcia Martinez was damaged by an 80-year-old admirer concerned when white patches appeared.
While I have admired some of Mr Wallinger's work and thought that his Ecce Homo was the best piece to adorn the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, I have misgivings over the installation he is about to exhibit in the National Gallery, London, as part of the Cultural Olympiad's London 2012 Festival.
Our first glance is down a darkened enfilade at the monumental Christ on the Cross by Zurbaran--the stark lighting teases it out of the darkness--flanked by a pair of near life-size sculptures: Martinez's Christ on the Cross and a full-length Ecce Homo by Gregorio Fernandez.
Works such as the Mount Rushmore-esque on the rocks/Me, 2007-2008, show off the lower-case-r romantic drawing for which Bell is known--washy, miasmic swirls trace wafer-thin figures, dissolving symbols seemingly culled from the likes of Ovid and the Brothers Grimm--alongside ECCE HOMO, 2007, a vitrine containing four large sticks and a diminutive carving of an arm, all bundled together like firewood.
Are these lectures just leftovers (Nachlass), more coherent and continuous than most, but not equal to any writings Nietzsche published, and, judging from Ecce Homo, would have us pay far more attention to?
Among the most valuable works recovered were a 17th Century painting of Saint Jeremiah by Pietro Ligari, stolen in 1995 from a church; and Ecce Homo, by 16th-century painter Denys Calvaert, which had been stolen from a home near the northern city of Varese, officials said.