London, South Kensington
6 November 2007
A SET OF FOUR SOUTH GERMAN LIMEWOOD PANELS OF THE EVANGELISTS
Each writing a gospel in interior or landscape settings carved with furniture and domestic utensils with their respective attributes set in ebonised wood frames, the frames later joined together into one strip
11¼ x 36¾in. (28.5 x 93.5cm.) overall
Old Kirk, Braddan, The Isle of Man.
Sold by order of the Vicar and Wardens of the church of Braddan with a faculty from the Diocese of Sodor and Man.
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