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Sicilian-Arabic Casket, Sicily or Southern Italy, 12th -13th century. Ivory with gilt copper mounts, 13 x 22 x 13 cm (5.1 x 8.7 x 5.1 in.) De Backker Medieval Art (Stand 233). © TEFAF 2018

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The Madonna surrounded by SaintsNuremberg, circa 1450-1460. Tempera and gilding on canvas on wood,138 x 206 cm (54.3 x 81.1 in.) (with frame, original)De Backker Medieval Art (Stand 233). © TEFAF 2018

ProvenanceSt. Catherine’s Church of the former Dominican nuns’ convent in Nuremberg

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Maestro di Sant'Anastasia, Corpus, Veneto, circa 1320. Limestone, 50 cm. De Backker Medieval Art (Stand 233). © TEFAF 2018

Limestone with important remnants of the polychrome.

LiteratureProf. Luca Mor, New publication on the Maestro di Sant'Anastasia , including this work, is in preparation, Unknown, Italy 2018, unknown