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French Gothic Christ In Gilt Bronze 14th Century

Réf : 67136


French Gothic Christ In Gilt Bronze 14th Century

The Christ is represented head bent to the right, wearing a torus. His face, with almond eyes, has a short chiseled beard. Christ has a long peri-zonium characteristic of Romanesque and Gothic representations from the 12th to the 14th century. This Christ can be compared to a copy preserved in the collections of the National Museum of the Middle Ages in Paris (reference CL17085 - see photo). France Gilt bronze Hollow back 14th century Lack the left hand Historical annecdote : The first Christian representations show a Christ with the bare head and it is only that 'From the 13th century, as [...]

Period : < 16th century

Antique dealer : Gérardin et Cie

Gérardin et Cie



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