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Deutsches Damast- und Frottiermuseum - "Serviette Madonnengemälde" (museum-digital:deutschland)
Deutsches Damast- und Frottiermuseum Damaste [1956-592]

Serviette Madonnengemälde

Serviette Madonna (Deutsches Damast- und Frottiermuseum CC BY-NC-SA)

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Im Zentrum dieser Damastserviette ist die Madonna de la Sedia (Madonna della Seggiola) nach Vorbild des italienischen Renaissancekünstlers Raffael (1513/14) dargestellt. Es zeigt Maria mit dem Jesuskind, umgeben vom jungen Johannes dem Täufer.

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Damast braun-weiß, ohne Fransen

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