Large sculpture with strong expression and dynamic movement. The bishop has a very decisive look on his face and turns towards a specific point between himself and the spectator.His right leg supports him whereas the left - in counterpoint - is bent with the knee protruding under the robe. He wears a green rationale over his shoulders, a privilege of the higher classes. Arms are missing. It is most probably Saint Lambert, bishop of Maastricht in 672, then prominent in the christianisation of the city of Liège. He is since then the key symbol of this city at the Meuse river.
The statue is accompanied by some documents from its former owner: payment upon acquisition in 1975 (for the most impressive amount of 13.250 Dutch Guilders) and an expertise by drs. Guido de Werd (at that time conservator for the 'Städtisches Museum Haus Koekoek in Kleve, Germany).
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