Justus Glesker, das Martyrium des Heiligen Sebastian, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

The martyrdom of St. Sebastian   

The martyrdom of St. Sebastian Justus Glesker (1610 Hameln – 1678 Frankfurt a. M.) attr. Rome, ca 1640 Ivory, ebony, mother-of-pearl
 and red-coloured horn. Height 50.5 cm The attribution to Justus Glesker, one of the most important German sculptors, who was working in Rome around 1630/40 is based on a

Simon Troger, Allegorie des Herbstes, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Allegory of autumn

Allegory of autumnSimon Troger (1683 Abfaltersbach – 1768 Munich / Haidhausen)Carved ivory and fruitwood, glass eyes.31 × 37.5 × 25 cmThe group belongs to a set of the four seasons of which spring and summer is in the Fürstl. Waldburg-Wolfegg’schen collection.ProvenanceKronprinz Rupprecht of Bavaria, on

Simon Troger, Chronos und Clotho, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Chronos and Klotho

Chronos and KlothoSimon Troger (1683 Abfaltersbach – 1768 Munich / Haidhausen)Ivory and fruitwood group, glass-eyes.48 × 36.5 × 22 cm(18.89 × 14.37 × 8.66 inch)A near identical group is in Szépművészeti Múzeum, Budapest.ProvenanceAuction Koller, Zurich November 1st, 1977Private collection, GermanyLiteratureEugen von Philipovich: “Elfenbein”, p. 324,

Anna Selbtritt, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

A parcel-gilt polychrome carved wood group of Anna Selbtritt

A parcel-gilt polychrome carved wood group of Anna Selbtritt Depicting St. Anne holding the young Virgin and the Christ child on her left Cologne or middle-rhine, end of the 13th century. Original polychomy and gilding. Height 95 cm Exhibition Liebighaus-Museum, Frankfurt / Main, 1980, Exhibition catalogue Provenance Collection Wertheim, Frankfurt / Main

Josef Dressel, Gesamtansicht Marmorrelief Puttenreigen, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

White Carrara-marble Relief Cherub round

White Carrara-marble Relief cherub round Josef Dressel (1843 Ravensburg – 1913 Munich) signed “J. Dressel München 1880.” 71 x 115 x 19 cm Request for the object further illustrations #gallery-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 20%; } #gallery-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-3 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */

Mondsichel-Madonna, Frontansicht, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Virgin and child on the crescent moon

Virgin and child on the crescent moonby the master of the “Altöttinger Türen”, Matthäus KrenissLower Bavaria (Eggenfelden), ca 1520Height 100 cmLime woodThe virgin with the child, standing on the crescent moon – a reference to the revelation of John the Evangelist. In Her left hand