This is an oil painting of Jesus Christ being lowered into his tomb after being taken down from the cross. Two men lower Christ’s body into the tomb while two women, possibly Mary and her sister Elizabeth look on in mourning. Two more followers of Christ are standing off in the middle ground on the right. This painting is an example of the theme of this gallery because the artist used specific formal elements and design principles to make Jesus stand out amongst the other people in the painting. This painting has a sense of unity, which is a specific principle of design. All of the figures seen in this oil painting belong together, not because they are people, a few of which are directly related to Jesus, but also because of the colors, hues, and values used within the painting. The colors used are dark and earthy to set the mood of this mournful painting. Jesus’ skin is the brightest shade of the skin tones in this painting, which focuses our view to him first, but unlike some other paintings in the gallery, the artist made Jesus’ skin appear dead and practically colorless since he had passed away. The slight shade difference between Jesus’ skin and Mary’s skin is subtle enough to let the viewer know these figures are related, but one has life and the other one does not. There are other identifiers of this theme such as Jesus’, the Chosen One’s, body shape and his lifeless stare, but when discussing design, the color differences stand out first.