The flagellation of Christ was painted about 1540 as a processional banner for a confraternity of laymen. The reverse side has a damaged image of the Madonna of Mercy surrounded by kneeling members of the confraternity. The picture was almost certainly known by Caravaggio, who was from Lombardy, and it influenced his "Flagellation" in the Museo di Capodimonte, Naples.
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