House Altar with the Assumption of Mary

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Senger Bamberg Kunsthandel

Description

Southern Germany, Weilheim

Paintings dated 1793

Sculptures circa 1620

Wood, original polychromy, painting oil on copper.

The central representation of the Assumption of Mary is crowned by smaller paintings of God the Father and the Holy Spirit; in the predella painting with three angels and dating "1793". Elaborately carved architectural framing with sculptures of Saint Joseph with the Infant Jesus, probably an apostle, Saint James clothed as a pilgrim, a saint with sword and crown, and four angels.

Height: 103 cm, width: 51 cm, depth: 16.5 cm

Provenance: Cardinal-Meisner-Foundation, Cologne

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