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The Holy Family with a Musician Angel, Saints Catherine and Barbara
Oil on panel. 1510 - 1520
Master Of Frankfurt (Workshop Of)
The Holy Family with a Musician Angel, Saints Catherine and Barbara
Oil on panel. 1510 - 1520
Master Of Frankfurt (Workshop Of)

This triptych makes use of a traditional compositional scheme and iconography, with the principal scene in the central panel. However, the volumetric treatment of the figures reflects new Italian influences. This innovatory approach is also evident in the architectural background to the Holy Family, in which the habitual Gothic tracery is replaced by elements characteristic of of the new Mannerist

The Holy Family with a Musician Angel, Saints Catherine and Barbara
Oil on panel. 1510 - 1520
Master Of Frankfurt (Workshop Of)
The Holy Family with a Musician Angel, Saints Catherine and Barbara
Oil on panel. 1510 - 1520
Master Of Frankfurt (Workshop Of)

This triptych makes use of a traditional compositional scheme and iconography, with the principal scene in the central panel. However, the volumetric treatment of the figures reflects new Italian influences. This innovatory approach is also evident in the architectural background to the Holy Family, in which the habitual Gothic tracery is replaced by elements characteristic of of the new Mannerist

The Holy Family with a Musician Angel, Saints Catherine and Barbara
Oil on panel. 1510 - 1520
Master Of Frankfurt (Workshop Of)
The Holy Family with a Musician Angel, Saints Catherine and Barbara
Oil on panel. 1510 - 1520
Master Of Frankfurt (Workshop Of)

Con la adquisición en 2008 de la tabla Sagrada Familia con ángel músico (P08009), el Museo del Prado completa el tríptico del Maestro de Francfort, que perteneció al convento dominico de Santa Cruz de Segovia, del que ya poseía las dos tablas laterales (P01941 y P01942). Cuando Ponz visitó este convento en la década de 1770, sus tres tablas aún no se habían separado. En mayo de 1836, cuando Castel

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