Master of the Dangolsheim Madonna

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(fl 1460s). German sculptor. The name is given to the carver of a wooden statue of the Virgin and Child (h. 1.02 m; Berlin, Bodemus., inv. no. 7055; see fig.). The statue is made of walnut with the original polychrome partly preserved and a reliquary container within the figure. It came from a private collection in Dangolsheim, Lower Alsace, supposedly originating from a monastery in Strasbourg. It is dated to the 1460s.


From The Grove Encyclopedia of Northern Renaissance Art in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Renaissance Art.

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