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<   16th century
A group representing the pieta

11 500 €

Jan Muller

<   16th century
Virgin and child

33 000 €

Senger Bamberg Kunsthandel

17th century
Horse & Rider

6 000 €

Joanna Booth

<   16th century
Misericord

4 500 €

Joanna Booth

17th century
Saint Michael circa 1600

15 000 €

Joanna Booth

<   16th century
Two standing angels circa 1550

17 500 €

Jan Muller

<   16th century
Man of Sorrow

12 500 €

Senger Bamberg Kunsthandel

<   16th century
Calvary group

6 800 €

Senger Bamberg Kunsthandel

<   16th century
The mocking of Christ

17 500 €

Jan Muller

<   16th century
Christ Child

8 000 €

Jan Muller

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Wood sculpture

Wood sculpture is one of the earliest means of expression in art. Whether it is decorative, symbolic, or religious, wood sculpture has a rich history. Since the dawn of time, this art has been widely practised in all civilisations throughout history. Wood was a major source of inspiration for sculptors: in the Celtic, Egyptian, and Roman civilisations, and in the Orient, India, and America.

This artistic technique highlights the incredible ingenuity of the artists in each period. Reflecting the historical styles and contexts, wood sculpture is an immutable testimony to the creativity of men over the course of time. An ancient skill, wood sculpture is created from a living material, which is irregular and unpredictable. Unlike bronze and marble, wood sculptures are affected by the ravages of time, which denies them any form of timelessness.