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<   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

18th century
Bronze christ, Italy 18th century

1 200 €

H&G

<   16th century
A pair of flying angels

10 000 €

Joanna Booth

<   16th century
Saint Martin

10 500 €

Joanna Booth

<   16th century
saint john

5 800 €

Joanna Booth

<   16th century
St. John in polychromed wood around 1500

Price : on request

Galerie Sismann

Ancient sculpture

Whether made of stone, wood, terracotta, marble, or bronze, sculpture is a millennial and historical art. Reflecting developments in humanity, sculpture had an essentially decorative, monumental, and religious purpose. Carved works were based on modelling a material and then creating a mould and cast, or carved directly into the material (stone, wood, and marble). Archaeological discoveries have provided evidence of sculpture from the Upper Palaeolithic Period (30,000 BCE). During this era, representations were exclusively of female figures made of clay or ivory.

The art of sculpture has developed over many styles and epochs, and has employed many innovative representational techniques. The sculptor exploited the elegance of the material, the mastery of volumes, and the refinement of curves to open up new creative avenues.