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Museum Europäischer Kulturen [D (32 Q 54) 734/1977]

Hinterglasbild

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Description

Hochformat. Darstellung des Gottvater mit Tiara und weitem rotem Mantel. Darunter Christus am Kreuz und in der unteren Mitte in einem Halbkreis die Heiliggeisttaube. Im oberen Drittel blau-gelber Hintergrund mit zwei Nelkenblüten. Rahmen ergänzt.

Material/Technique

Hinterglasmalerei, Holzrahmen

Measurements

Höhe x Breite: 33,2 x 22,4 cm

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Created
Schlesien
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Nordböhmen
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1800 - 1850
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1800 - 1850
1799 1852

Object from: Museum Europäischer Kulturen

Das MEK sammelt und bewahrt Materielle und Immaterielle Kultur aus ganz Europa und erhält sie für die Zukunft. Die kulturellen Ausdrucksformen ...

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[Last update: 2019/03/03]

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