Bartholomäusaltar: Die hll. Agnes, Bartholomäus, Caecilia und ein Stifter

Bartholomäusaltar: Die hll. Agnes, Bartholomäus, Caecilia und ein Stifter

More about this artwork
On the Bartholomew Altarpiece are depicted from the left: the SS John the Evangelist, Margaret; on the here displayed central panel: Agnes, Bartholomew, Cecilia and on the right: James the Lesser and Christina. The anonymous artist, who stemmed from north Netherlands and was active in Cologne, got his name from this retabel. In the upper corners are the family marks and coats of arms of Arnt von Westerburg and his wife Druitgen von Andernach. A Carthusian monk kneels in the foreground; having been overpainted, he was hidden over a long period of time. The altarpiece was acquired by the Boisserée brothers from St. Columba's Church, Cologne.
Displayed
AP OG Saal III
Inventory Number
11863
Birth year of the artist
1475
Year the artist deceased
1510
Dimensions of the object
128,6 x 161,3 cm
Material / Technology / Carrier
Eichenholz
Genre
Malerei
Department
Altdeutsche Malerei
Origin
1827 aus der Sammlung Boisserée; seit 1953 Staatseigentum
Stock
Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen - Alte Pinakothek München
Citation
Meister des Bartholomäusaltars, Bartholomäusaltar: Die hll. Agnes, Bartholomäus, Caecilia und ein Stifter, um 1500/1505, Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen - Alte Pinakothek München, URL: https://www.sammlung.pinakothek.de/en/artwork/Dn4ZRzm4aK (Last updated on 29.11.2019)

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