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"Virgin of the Annunciation" in carved and polychrome wood around 1520
"Virgin of the Annunciation" in carved and polychrome wood around 1520 - Sculpture Style Renaissance "Virgin of the Annunciation" in carved and polychrome wood around 1520 - "Virgin of the Annunciation" in carved and polychrome wood around 1520 - Renaissance Antiquités - "Virgin of the Annunciation" in carved and polychrome wood around 1520
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Period :
<= 16th century
Provenance :
Hispanic-Flemish
Medium :
Carved and polychrome wood
Dimensions :
l. 9.84 inch X H. 33.46 inch X P. 9.84 inch
Sculpture  - &quot;Virgin of the Annunciation&quot; in carved and polychrome wood around 1520 <= 16th century - &quot;Virgin of the Annunciation&quot; in carved and polychrome wood around 1520 Renaissance - &quot;Virgin of the Annunciation&quot; in carved and polychrome wood around 1520 Antiquités - &quot;Virgin of the Annunciation&quot; in carved and polychrome wood around 1520
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"Virgin of the Annunciation" in carved and polychrome wood around 1520

The Virgin carved in the round stands upright, slightly swayed, in an elegant and reserved attitude.
She is dressed in a belted dress at the waist, covered with a long coat with broken pleats which testify to the Gothic influences still present.
Marie's round face, with closed eyes, expresses great gentleness.
Her beautiful wavy hair falls freely on her shoulders and even down her back.

The Annunciation is a privileged theme in Gothic sculpture as well as in the statuary of the early Renaissance. Marie is then represented holding a book (the angel Gabriel interrupts her reading) in a reserved attitude where one can detect a feeling of modesty and sweet melancholy.


Dimensions: H. 85 cm x L.25 cm x D. 25 cm

Hispanic-Flemish work
Softwood
Original polychrome
Around 1520

The Annunciation is a privileged theme in Gothic sculpture as well as in the statuary of the early Renaissance. Marie is then represented holding a book (the angel Gabriel interrupts her reading) in a reserved attitude where one can detect a feeling of modesty and sweet melancholy.

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