1 April 2008
A POLYCHROME PARCEL-GILT CARVED LIMEWOOD HIGH RELIEF OF SAINT MARTIN
SOUTH GERMAN, EARLY 16TH CENTURY
Hollowed out to the reverse, general losses to the polychromy and gilding, chips and losses to the extremities; the reverse with a brass plaque stamped 3586 and numbered 549
105 cm. high
With F. Plant, Merano, acquired in 1902 by Prince Johannes II of Liechtenstein.
Vienna, before 1906.
Schloss Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 1906.
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E. Poeschel, Die Kunstdenkmäler des Fürstentums Liechtenstein, Basel, 1950, p. 209.
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