red that he yielded too much power and that he was a danger to their rule and most of the rulers chose to make him as an enemy rather than an asset to their rule as they believed that he was there to overtake. Furthermore, the scribes from the synagogues were also opposed to his teachings since he condemned most of the self-righteous selfish acts that they committed (Voragine).
The painting was done by oil on a canvas and the image size is 600 by 398 centimeters. There is a man in the middle who is most likely Jesus Christ and he is wearing a robe with no headgear unlike the other men in the picture. The other men look as though they are condemning the man in the middle for one reason or another. The most likely cause for the ridicule seems to be the woman in the painting as Christ was supposed to be chaste at the time and he being with a woman went contrary to his teachings. The Jews spared no effort to make him look and feel guilty or find fault in him and every action that Christ did was met with criticism and harsh judgment.
The painting was done by oil which makes it more colorful and more permanent including making the work look more real and it is so much easier to see the expressions of the faces of the people in the picture. It is also so much easier to see the kind of clothing that the people had worn and through the clothing, it is so much easier to tell the culture of the people and the things that they value over the others. Oil also makes the paint more permanent as it does not get washed away very easily. The variety of colors that paint offers is also magnificent as it is so much easier to differentiate people. The emotion in the picture is brought out and the people look as if they are about to lynch the man in the middle and the woman while the woman seems to be very afraid to be the only woman in the presence of men. Going by what was happening at the time, it could be said that maybe she was sent by some high power so that she could tempt