Pier Francesco Mazzucchelli worked in Milan, is is a detail from the painting of Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane in 1612, He painted altarpieces, but also the Gifts of the Magi and the Beheading of John also a last Supper that is darker, more sepia than the DaVinci one we are familiar with. It is at the Met but not currently on display. He also painted Jacob wrestling the angel, which is likely a pre-incarnate Christ.
And while Gethsemane is in proximity to the Mount of Olives, it was far different than when He taught the Lord’s Prayer that day as a parable. Still an angel very much like this was was right behind Him, instead of a cross and a cup, she may have just offered Him the shade of her wings.
Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane (detail), c. 1612, Pier Francesco Mazzucchelli (Italian, 1573–1626).
His peace, Rebecca Jones