Beccherle monument

AUTHOR: Luigi Bovo

  • 1915
  • intercolumniation CXIV

The monument is dedicated to the Beccherle family and is the interpretation of a passage from the Gospel of Matthew. The sculptural group represents a seated Christ who welcomes and comforts an unhappy man kneeling before him. On the basis of the work the Gospel verse is referenced, to which the work refers, “COME TO ME OMNES HERE LABORATIS ET ONERATI ESTIS ET EGO REFICIAM VOS” (from the Latin “Come to me, all of you who are tired and oppressed, and I will restore you”).

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