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Flemish, 17th Century, After Alessandro Algardi

The Flagellation of Christ | La Flagellation du Christ

Collection Antony Embden | Trésors de la Renaissance

Flemish, 17th Century, After Alessandro Algardi

Flemish, 17th Century, After Alessandro Algardi

The Flagellation of Christ | La Flagellation du Christ

The Flagellation of Christ | La Flagellation du Christ

Flemish, 17th Century,

After Alessandro Algardi

The Flagellation of Christ


boxwood

removable figures on a molded and partially gilt wooden base, decorated with an heraldic shield

H. (overall) 51 by 44 by 17 cm, 20 by 17⅓ by 6⅔ in.; (Christ) 22,5 cm, 8⅞ in.; (Flagellators) 25 cm, 9⅞ in.

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Flandres, XVIIe siècle,

d'après Alessandro Algardi

La Flagellation du Christ


buis

les figures amovibles sur une base en bois mouluré et partiellement dorée, ornée d'un écusson

H. (totale) 51 x 44 x 17 cm, 20 x 17⅓ x 6⅔ in. ;

(Christ) 22,5 cm , 8⅞ in. ; (Bourreaux) 25 cm, 9⅞ in.

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Related Literature
J. Montagu, 'A Flagellation Group: Algardi or du Quesnoy?', Bulletin des Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, 38-39, series 4, 1966-1967, pp. 153-193 ;
J. Montagu, Alessandro Algardi, New Haven and London, 1985, p. 316-321 ;
N. Penny, Catalogue of European Sculpture in the Ashmolean Museum, 1540 to the Present Day, Volume 1: Italian, Oxford, 1992, p. 3.