A French lithograph after Murillo of Mary mourning at the foot of Mount Calvary.
A French print of the Mother of Sorrows holding some of the Arma Christi, the instruments Christ’s Passion.
Virgen de la Paloma
A vintage postcard of the image of Our Lady of Sorrows of the Dove, venerated in Madrid.
Yea, a sword shall pierce through thy own soul also
Statues of the Mater Dolorosa and Ecce Homo in Naples, Italy.
Our Lady of Sorrows, the patroness of Atienza, Spain.
A photo by fashion photographer Mario Testino of a Spanish statue of Our Lady of Sorrows (Vogue Paris, November 1995).
Virgen de los Siete Dolores
The statue of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows venerated by the Congregation of Our Lady of Sorrows, which was established in Madrid in the late 15th century by King Philip I of Spain.
A statue of Our Lady of Sorrows venerated in the cathedral of Las Palmas, Gran Canaria.
A woodcut of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows from the book ‘Quodlibetica decisio perpulchra et devota de septem doloribus Christi ferae virginis Mariae’, published in Lower Austria in 1501.
From the collection of the Bavarian State Library.
A colonial painting from Chile of Our Lady of Solitude.