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Thursday, 5 December 2019

Old Master Paintings

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Bernard van Orley, um 1492 – um 1542, Umkreis des
Detailabbildung: Bernard van Orley, um 1492 – um 1542, Umkreis des
Detailabbildung: Bernard van Orley, um 1492 – um 1542, Umkreis des
Detailabbildung: Bernard van Orley, um 1492 – um 1542, Umkreis des
Detailabbildung: Bernard van Orley, um 1492 – um 1542, Umkreis des

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Bernard van Orley,
um 1492 – um 1542, Umkreis des

PAAR ALTARFLÜGEL MIT SZENEN AUS DEM LEBEN CHRISTIÖl auf Holz. 121,5 x 34,5 cm (je Flügel).
Rückwärtige Inschrift „ELS del doctor (?) vague (?): Regent de Aragon / BRUSCLE ANNO 1540“.
In geschweiftem vergoldeten Rahmen.

Catalogue price€ 120.000 - 150.000 Catalogue price € 120.000 - 150.000  $ 133,200 - 166,500
£ 100,800 - 126,000
元 937,200 - 1,171,500
₽ 8,482,800 - 10,603,500

 

Der rechte Flügel mit dem letzten Abendmahl und darüberliegender Kreuzigung. Der linke Flügel mit dem ungläubigen Thomas, darüber Christi Himmelfahrt. Zwischen den Szenen Fries mit goldenen Tondi zwischen Balustern. (1212101) (13)


Bernard van Orley,
ca. 1492 - ca. 1542, circle of
A PAIR OF ALTAR WINGS WITH SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF CHRISTOil on panel.
121.5 x 34.5 cm (each wing).
Inscribed on the reverse: “ELS del doctor (?) vague (?): Regent de Aragon / BRUSCLE ANNO 1540”.
In curved, gilt frame.

The left wing depicts The Last Supper with Crucifixion scene above it. The right wing depicts The Incredulity of Saint Thomas and The Ascension of Christ. In between the scenes there is a frieze with golden tondi, interspersed by balusters.

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.

 

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