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Austrian/German 18th C Religious carving Christ child Jesus Dieppe Style


Austrian/German Religious carving representing the Christ child or Infant Jesus, possibly from the 18th c? Well carved face and hair! Even the finger nails were minutely carved by the master sculptor. Sadly, it has suffered some damage through the years; right thumb is missing and the pointy finger is an old replacement, left thumb also [Continue]

Antique Retablo Madonna and Child Oil Painting on Copper in the Baroque Style

It is a pleasure to offer this outstanding Early to Mid Century Retablo oil painting on copper measuring 11 3/4″ X 15 3/4″ which was painted in the Baroque style of the Great Masters depicting the Madonna and Child. It is a rare image of Mary wearing a golden tichel headdress, clothed in a blue [Continue]


Flemish Baroque style vestment cabinet, early 19thc. The oak case profusely carved with foliates, putti, religious figural scenes and trimmed with full body figures, a pair of drawers above drop down doors, lower case with geometric carved cabinet doors centering portrait medallions, on heavy front feet, approx 55.75″h, 64.5″w, 24d. Perfect to put a tv [Continue]

Renaissance Style Antique Religious Scene Painting Martyrium of Saint Sebastian

Renaissance Style Martyrium of Saint Sebastian. Title: ” Martyrium of Saint Sebastian”. Medium: oil on Canvas. Private Collection New York. Canvas re lined, craquelure, Grime, Stains, Varnish darkened and restorations with some in painting. {more photos available upon request}. An invoice is generated and sent with total costs after offers are accepted. Our members have [Continue]

Antique 19th C. Italian Renaissance Style Oil on Canvas Madonna and Child c. 1860

Antique 19th Century Oil on Canvas Madonna and Child, Italian Renaissance Style After Raphael, c. Stunning painting of Madonna and child. Employing a 19th century technique, the subject is styled after 16th century Italian Renaissance Master Raphael. This painting portrays a touching scene of Madonna holding the infant child while two cherubs look on. The [Continue]