The Dead Christ

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The Dead Christ or The Redeemer in Death is a statue of Jesus Christ executed in white Carrara marble by the Irish sculptor John Hogan in Rome.

Hogan created three versions of the statue in the early 19th century:

A fourth statue is on display in the Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, Cork Ireland. It is a plaster cast, bearing Hogan's initials.