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Saint Roch and the Angel
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The calm, remote face and the broad sweep of drapery produce a serene nobility characteristic of sculpture made in the Swabian city of Ulm toward the end of the 15th century. The figure probably came from a large carved and painted altarpiece.
[ Wolfgang Hofstätter , Vienna (sold 1963)]
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