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Christian Sculpture in the Round

Religious Art, Christianity, Sculpture in the Round

Works of Art (48)

Altar Angels, late 13th century, French, Oak with traces of polychromy (52.33.1,2)
Altarpiece, ca. 1390–1400, Baldassare degli Embriachi (Italian), Northern Italian, Bone framed with intarsia and horn, traces of paint and gilding (17.190.489)
Bust of the Virgin, ca. 1390–95, Bohemia, Terracotta with polychromy (2005.393)
Calvary Scene, 18th century, Ecuadoran (Quito), Wood, polychromed and gilded, with glass eyes and silver attachments (64.164.230–.233)
The Cloisters Cross, 12th century, English, Walrus ivory (63.12)
The Crucified Christ, ca. 1300, Walrus ivory with traces of paint and gilding (2005.274)
Crucifix, 1180–1230, Said to be from a monastery near Treviso, northern Italy, Wood with traces of paint (47.100.54)
Crucifix, 16th century (?), Democratic Republic of Congo; Kongo peoples, Brass, wood (1999.295.8)
Crucifix, early 17th century, Democratic Republic of Congo; Kongo peoples, Brass (1999.295.4)
Crucifix, second half of 12th century, Spanish; From the convent of Santa Clara de Astudillo, Palencia, Cross: red pine, polychromy, textured gilt, and glass; Christ: white oak and polychromy (35.36a, b)
David with the Head of Goliath, 15th century (1470–80), Bartolomeo Bellano (Italian, Paduan), Gilt bronze, oil gilding of later date (64.304.1)
Enthroned Virgin and Child, 1130–40, French; Made in Burgundy, Birch with paint (47.101.15)
Enthroned Virgin and Child, 1210–1220, Said to be from the priory of Oignies, Belgium, Oak with traces of paint (41.190.283)
Enthroned Virgin and Child, ca. 1260–1280, French; Paris, Elephant ivory with traces of paint and gilding (1999.208)
Enthroned Virgin and Child, ca. 1300, England (probably London), Elephant ivory (1979.402)
Enthroned Virgin, 1490–1500, Lower or Upper Austria, Linden wood with gesso, paint, and gilding (2010.446)
Enthroned Virgin, late 12th century, Scandinavian, perhaps from Gotland, Poplar with remains of polychromy (17.190.716)
Gift-Bearing Figures (from a Nativity Group), 18th century, Guatemalan, Wood, polychromed and gilded (64.164.176–.179)
Icon with the Virgin and Child, carved mid-10th–11th century, Byzantine; Probably made in Constantinople, Ivory (17.190.103)
Lamentation with Sorrowing Angels, 17th century, Workshop of Mattheus van Beveren (Flemish), Flemish, Boxwood (64.164.242)
Man of Sorrows, ca. 1500, South German, Ivory with paint (1999.227)
Mater Dolorosa (Mourning Virgin), 18th century, Sino-Spanish, Wood with pigments, gilding, ivory, and silver (2002.133a,b)
Monstrance, 1646, Attributed to Diego de Atienzia (Spanish, Guadalajara), Peruvian, Silver gilt, enamel (32.100.231a,b)
Mourning Virgin, from a Crucifixion Group, ca. 1585–90, Manner of Germain Pilon (French), Gilt bronze (1998.437)
Nativity Group with Angel, 18th century, Guatemalan, Wood, polychromed and gilded, with glass eyes and silver-gilt halos (64.164.168ab–.172)
Nativity Scene, 18th century, Ecuadoran, with Hispano-Philippine ivory inserts, Bodies of wood, polychromed and gilded; faces and shoulders, ivory touched up with polychromy (64.164.172–.174)
Pietà (Vesperbild), ca. 1400, Bohemian, Limestone (2001.78)
Polycandelon with Crosses, 500–600, Byzantine, Copper alloy (2002.483.7)
Processional Cross, 14th–15th century, before 1400 (?), Ethiopia, Lalibela, Brass (cast) (1998.37)
Processional Cross, 15th century, Ethiopia; Amharic peoples, Copper (2008.22)
Processional Cross, 16th century (ca. 1500), Ethiopia, Tigray region; Amharic, Wood, tin (1999.103)
Processional Cross, ca. 1000–1050, Byzantine, Silver with gilding and gilded silver medallions (1993.163)
Processional Cross, late 11th–early 12th century, Spanish; Made in Asturias, Silver, partially gilt on wood core, carved gems, jewels (17.190.1406)
Reliquary Bust of Saint Balbina, ca. 1520–30, Made in possibly Brussels, Belgium, South Netherlandish, Painted and gilded oak (67.155.23)
Reliquary Bust of Saint Juliana, ca. 1376, Circle of Giovanni di Bartolo (Italian, Sienese), Italian, Copper, gilding, gesso, and tempera paint (61.266)
Reliquary Shrine, second quarter of 14th century, Attributed to Jean de Touyl (French), Made in Paris, Gilt-silver, translucent enamel, paint (62.96)
Saint Fiacre, mid-15th century, Made in Nottingham, England, Alabaster (25.120.227)
Saint John the Baptist, Juan Martínez Montañés (Spanish), Gilt and polychromed wood (63.40)
Saint Joseph and the Christ Child, second half of 17th century, Attributed to Nicolaas van der Veken (Flemish), Flemish, Boxwood (1971.68)
Saints Christopher, Eustace, and Erasmus (Three Helper Saints), ca. 1500–1505, Tilman Riemenschneider (German)
Made in Würzburg, Germany, Limewood (61.86)
Standing Bishop, 1508–12, Hans von Reutlingen or Workshop, Germany (Aachen), Silver, gilt silver (1991.9)
Support Figure of a Seated Cleric or Friar, ca. 1280, Northeastern France, Copper alloy with mercury gilding (1991.252)
Virgin and Child Enthroned, early 17th century, Manner of Christoph Angermair (German), South German, Ivory (24.80.93)
Virgin and Child in Majesty, 1150–1200, French; Made in Auvergne, Walnut with paint, tin relief on a lead white ground and linen (16.32.194a, b)
Virgin and Child, late 16th century, German or Netherlandish, Ivory (24.80.89a,b)
Virgin of the Immaculate Conception, 18th century, Hispano-Philippine, Ivory, partly polychromed and gilded, with glass eyes and silver halo (64.164.243)
Visitation, ca. 1310, Attributed to Master Heinrich of Constance, German; Made in Constance, Walnut, paint, gilding, rock-crystal cabochons (17.190.724)
Woman Wearing a Tunic, 4th–5th century; Early Byzantine, Egyptian; Probably Eshmunein, Plaster terracotta (12.185.4)