Christopher Thomas was born in 1961 in Munich. In 2010, he became fascinated with the Passion of the Christ plays performed in Oberammergau. Since taking a vow in 1633, every ten years the inhabitants of this small town put on a show depicting the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus. Thomas took inspiration from the work of great European painters like Holbein the Elder, Caravaggio, Zurbaran and Rembrandt...
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