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Sint-Barbara, Meester van Koudewater, ca. 1470

Sint-Barbara, Meester van Koudewater, ca. Noyer avec polychromie originale, h cm x L x P cm cm.

Saint Barbara/Heilige Barbara, c.1410/15; the saint is depicted with her primary symbolic attribute, a tower.(736×1097)

Saint Barbara/Heilige Barbara, the saint is depicted with her primary symbolic attribute, a tower.

Circle of Michel Erhart, Ulm, ca. 1490, Virgin Mary with the Infant Jesus on a throne, lime wood, painted and gilded.

Circle of Michel Erhart: Virgin Mary with the Infant Jesus on a throne (Ulm, ca. lime wood, painted and gilded)

Talla alemana de Santa Bárbara, c. 1490. Madera pintada, 127.6 x 43.2 x 33.7 cm (Museo Metropolitano de Arte - Nueva York, EUA)

Saint Barbara, ca. 1490 Probably Strasbourg, Alsace,German Now also revered as Iansã in Brazil The Ancient Way of Life

Virgin and Child Date: ca. 1425–30 Geography: Made in Nuremberg Culture: German Medium: Sandstone, polychromy

Virgin and Child (late medieval German sculpture, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

Tilman Riemenschneider Barbara-3 - Category:Saint Barbara by Tilman Riemenschneider - Wikimedia Commons

WOOD__Tilman Riemenschneider - Category:Saint Barbara by Tilman Riemenschneider - Wikimedia Commons

Unknown Burgundian Master, active late fifteenth century    Saint Barbara  About 1470-90    The Hood Museum of Art

Unknown Burgundian Master, active late fifteenth century Saint Barbara About The Hood Museum of Art (colors)

Mary Magdalene  Date: early 16th century Culture: French Medium: Ivory, modern silver-gilt base

Mary Magdalene Date: early century Culture: French Medium: Ivory, modern silver-gilt base

Saint Barbara, ca. 1500, North French; Limestone, paint, gilt; 117.5 cm | Metropolitan Museum of Art

Saint Barbara Date: ca. 1500 Culture: North French Medium: Limestone, paint, gilt Dimensions: Overall: 46 x 15 x 11 in.

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