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The Renaissance sculpture depicts a woman standing. Her right hand, which has not survived to this day, pressed a book to her chest; with the left one she holds a coattail.

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The Renaissance sculpture depicts a woman standing. Her right hand, which has not survived to this day, pressed a book to her chest; with the left one she holds a coattail. She is dressed in loose robes tied with a belt, softly covering the figure. She has a light scarf on her head, falling on the shoulders and back. The figure is interpreted as Saint Anna.

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Sculpture “St. Anna” from 16th century

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