Wooden three-panel triptych altarpiece in the gothic style. Main central: in low relief, Virgin Mary with the Infant Jesus in her arms. The side panels: events from the New Testament; The Annunciation, The Nativity, The Presentation in the Temple, the Adoration of the Three Kings. Traces of a mute scheme with flaking. Covered in an earthen patina.
20” x 16”
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