1st half of 16th C Swabian sculpture representing Saint Georges slaying the Devil. Sculpture to apply to the wall in polychrome and gilt linden wood. Dressed as a soldier with a large drape with flattened and circular flaps, rigth arm up (without his sword), left arm holding a shield decorated with a cross, he strongly expresses the figth between Good and Evil.
This iconography was particularly disseminated in the Holy Roman Empire.
Heigth : 36,6 ” without the console (later, heigth : 5,1 “)
32 000 €
15 000 €