In the late Middle Ages, the arts of painting and sculpture were considered to be on an equal footing, and often complemented each other in artworks such as monumental altarpieces and private chapels. Removed from their original context, these creations in wood, stone or earthenware are fascinating as independent, often important works of art.
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SELECTED RESULTS Medieval Sculpture
Sold for CHF 38 120
Sold for CHF 23 480
VIRGIN AND CHILD,
Sold for CHF 5 625
MADONNA AND CHILD ON CRESCENT MOON,
Sold for CHF 20 900
RARE GILT BRONZE OF A CRUCIFIX,
Sold for CHF 34 100
FIGURE OF A MONASTIC SAINT,
Sold for CHF 17 300
Sold for CHF 7 400
MADONNA AND CHILD,
Sold for CHF 66 500
PROCESSIONAL CROSS,Limoges, early 13th century. Wooden core mounted with chased and gilt copper, set with glass stones and champleve enamel plaques in turquoise, dark blue, red and green. The Corpus Christi in engraved, gilt and enameled copper. One side of the cross with the crucified Christ and half-figures of the Evangelists at the cross ends. Verso with round, enamel plaque of Christ in Majesty. The cross ends with the symbols of the Evangelists. Losses and chips. Supplements. H 41 cm.
Sold for CHF 74 400
MARY FROM AN ANNUNCIATION GROUP,late Gothic, Franken, probably Nuremberg, dated 1498. Carved linden wood, flat verso, painted and parcel gilt. H 104 cm. A finger and the paint partly restored.
Sold for CHF 126 000