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- Author Kraków workshop
- Date of production ca. 1470
- Place of creation Biecz, Poland
- Dimensions height: 120 cm
- ID no. AH/1282
- Object copyright Museum of Ziemia Biecka in Biecz
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Małopolska’s Virtual Museums project
It is a gothic sculpture depicting a figure in contrapposto, hands folded for prayer, face with a straight, narrow nose, small lips, head slightly bowed, covered with a cloak falling on the shoulders, bare neck, dress with a partially preserved polychrome in red, robes falling with heavy folds.more
It is a gothic sculpture depicting a figure in contrapposto, hands folded for prayer, face with a straight, narrow nose, small lips, head slightly bowed, covered with a cloak falling on the shoulders, bare neck, dress with a partially preserved polychrome in red, robes falling with heavy folds.
Our Lady of Sorrows belongs to a group of figures created under the influence of the workshop of the Master of the Triptych of the Holy Trinity (the triptych is located in the Świętokrzyska chapel at the Wawel Cathedral, dated 1467), active in Małopolska region in the 1460s and ’70s. It is indicated by the type of face of the Mother of God from Biecz, which is close to the facial features of female figures created in the workshop.
Elaborated by the Museum of Ziemia Biecka in Biecz, editorial team of Małopolska’s Virtual Museums, © all rights reserved
Dobrosława Horzela, Między liryzmem a ekspresją – rzeźba w Małopolsce przed Witem Stwoszem 1450-1477, [w:] Wokół Wita Stwosza, katalog wystawy w Muzeum Narodowym w Krakowie, red. nauk. Dobrosława Horzela, Adam Organisty, red. prow. Krystyna Stefaniak, Kraków 2005.
Dobrosława Horzela, Późnogotycka rzeźba drewniana w Małopolsce 1440-1477, Kraków 2012.