Istrian stone, traces of polychromy.
Beautiful example of late Gothic in our sculpture, in a good state of conservation.the coat still has its end of 15th century gold stars.
The mound is composed of a gothic frieze.
Note the quality of the drapes and the tenderness of the glances crossed between the mother and her child.
Istrian stone is a limestone from Croatia closely related to Venice, in fact the Serenissima annexed this territory in the thirteenth century and used it extensively for the construction of bridges, canal houses and palaces until the eighteenth century.
Very used during the Gothic period in sculpture to replace the Venetian-Byzantine marble.
The Republic of Venice in the sixteenth century extends to the confines of Milanese, encompassing a vast area influenced by the style, arts and technology of the Serenissima.
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