The ideal home-based tool for Lenten prayer, this set of Mantle Stations of the Cross is hinged together for easy display and arrangement.
The Bertucci Stations of the Cross set is named after the unidentified artist who painted the images in the late 18th century, thought to perhaps be the obscure Italian painter Nicola Bertucci. Characteristic of the Italian, late baroque style, the Bertucci Stations of the Cross feature lush textures and vivid coloration, particularly in the deep blue sky and the vibrant red robe worn by Christ. With the Blessed Mother taking over as the central figure in stations thirteen and fourteen, these Stations of the Cross offer an additional element of Marian devotion and meditation that is unique to this set.
This set of Stations of the Cross is made up of 14 individual full-color glossy plaques, each measuring at 4"x6", hinged together accordion-style. The Stations fold together in seconds for easy storage.