Renowned cubist artist Jorge Cocco describes the symbolism of his painting, "Gethsemane":
The light seems to break the gray-blue of the evening and melts with the clothing and figure of the Lord, who looks like an abstract triangle. In this composition I have selected almost exclusively the use of intersecting diagonal lines. This dynamism supports a moment of extreme tension and forces that collide as spades crossing in battle. At this moment the salvation of humankind was being defined. As Isaiah of old said “But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities”.
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