Agony in the Garden (Mantegna, London)
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|Agony in the Garden|
|Medium||oil on panel|
|Dimensions||63 cm × 80 cm (25 in × 31 in)|
|Location||National Gallery, London|
Mantegna's brother-in-law, Renaissance artist Giovanni Bellini, is considered to have been inspired by this painting for his own rendering of Agony in the Garden, painted between 1460 and 1465. Both paintings are conserved at the National Gallery in London.
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