The Mond Crucifixion is a painting by the Italian renaissance artist Raphael An early work influenced by Perugino, it was originally an altarpiece in the San Domenico church in Città di Castello, near Raphael's hometown Urbino. The painting shows Jesus on the cross, with two angels catching his blood in chalices. On the right of Jesus kneels Mary Magdalene, with John the Evangelist standing behind her. On his left Mary (mother of Jesus) stands, and St. Jerome, to whom the altar was dedicated, is kneeling. At the foot of the cross, "RAPHAEL/ VRBIN / AS /.P.[INXIT]" ("Raphael of Urbino painted this") is written in silver letters.