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Saint Anne "Triplex". Mechelen School (Belgium), ca. 1500
Saint Anne "Triplex". Mechelen School (Belgium), ca. 1500 - Sculpture Style Middle age
Ref : 85503
7 000 €
Period :
11th to 15th century
Provenance :
Mechelen, Belgium.
Dimensions :
H. 12.4 inch
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European Works of Art from the Middle Ages to the XVIIIth century


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Saint Anne "Triplex". Mechelen School (Belgium), ca. 1500

Group traditionally called "Saint Anne Trinitarian" or "Saint Ana Triple", a composition which underlines the bonds between Ana and the two following generations.

Carved in the round in polychrome and gilded wood.

Saint Anne is represented standing, dressed in a dress with sober folds, held at the waist by a small belt; his face is surrounded by a wimple; his head is covered with a veil falling over a long cloak. She holds the Virgin and Child on her right arm; Marie, her daughter, is represented crowned, the youthful face, decorated with a long hair; she is dressed in a loose coat. On her knees sits the infant Jesus, dressed in a tunic.

Mechelen, 1500.
H. 31.5 cm.
Lacks in particular at the base, and the left arms of Saint Anne; uses the original polychromy.



Bibliography:

El esplendor de Flandes. Arte de Bruselas, Amberes y Malinas en los s. XV -- XVI. Barcelona, Fundación ''La Caixa'', 1999.

Da Flandes e do Oriente. Escultura Importada. Lisboa, Ministerio da cultura, 2002.

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CATALOGUE

Wood Sculpture Middle age