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Mouse Mat : Carrying Cross Front Remains tendrils back c. 1480

Carrying Cross Front Remains tendrils back c. 1480



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Carrying Cross Front Remains tendrils back c. 1480

The Carrying of the Cross (Front), Remains of tendrils (back), c. 1480, mixed media on fir wood, 60.5 x 46.4 cm, unsigned, Wolfgang Katzheimer, (Werkstatt / workshop), um 1430/35-1508 Bamberg

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Media ID 19590497

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Back Carrying Cross Fir Wood Front Mixed Media Remains Tendrils Unsigned Werkstatt Workshop C 1480


Mouse Pad

Bring some life into your office, or create a heartfelt gift, with a personalised deluxe Mouse Mat. Made of high-density black foam with a tough, stain-resistant inter-woven cloth cover they will brighten up any home or corporate office.

Archive quality photographic print in a durable wipe clean mouse mat with non slip backing. Works with all computer mice

Estimated Product Size is 19.7cm x 24.2cm (7.8" x 9.5")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases a remarkable artwork titled "Carrying Cross Front Remains tendrils back" created around 1480. The piece, crafted on fir wood using mixed media techniques, measures 60.5 x 46.4 cm and remains unsigned. It is attributed to the talented Wolfgang Katzheimer from Bamberg, who worked in his workshop during the period of approximately 1430-1508. The image captures a profound scene depicting the carrying of the cross, with intricate details adorning both its front and back surfaces. On the front side, we witness the weighty burden being borne by individuals amidst a backdrop of intense emotions and spiritual significance. The artist's skillful brushstrokes bring forth an atmosphere charged with devotion and sacrifice. On closer inspection of the reverse side, remnants of delicate tendrils can be observed intertwined within an enigmatic composition that adds depth to this masterpiece. These remnants hint at hidden narratives or symbolic elements that invite viewers to contemplate their meaning. The photograph beautifully preserves this rare artwork from centuries ago, allowing us to appreciate its historical value and artistic brilliance today. As part of the Liszt Collection, it serves as a testament to human creativity throughout history while offering glimpses into religious themes prevalent during that era

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