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Southern German or Upper Rhine, first quarter 16th century
Relief with Saint Peter, Saint John and probably Saint James
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Southern German or Upper Rhine, first quarter 16th century
Relief with Saint Peter, Saint John and probably Saint James
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Collection Schickler-Pourtalès : Art et pouvoir au XIXe siècle

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Southern German or Upper Rhine, first quarter 16th century
Relief with Saint Peter, Saint John and probably Saint James

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RELATED LITERATURE
Spätgotik am Oberrhein. Meisterwerke der Plastik und des Kunsthandwerks 1450-1530, exh. cat. Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe, 1970, p. 102, no. 31; S. Guillot de Suduiraut, Sculptures allemandes de la fin du Moyen Age, exh. cat. Louvre Museum, Paris, 1991, pp. 144-145.

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These juxtaposed busts carved in a single piece of wood is characteristic of German or Upper Rhinish predellas from the late 15th to the early 16th century. The predella of the Blaubeuren Altarpiece, divided into three groups of busts of Christ His Apostles, by Michael Erhart and his son Gregor, circa 1493, is one of the few examples still in place. The busts on the predella of the Isenheim Altarpiece - a collaboration of Matthias Grünewald and Nicolas Hagenauer, circa 1512-1516 - show similarities with the present ones, notably in the realistic depition of physical features – emphasized by expressive wrinkles - and hair, either looped in deeply hollow cruls or large wavy strands carved with parallel grooves. Again from the Upper Rhine, compare also to the group of Two Apostles in the Humanist Library of Sélestat.

Collection Schickler-Pourtalès : Art et pouvoir au XIXe siècle

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