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EXCEPTIONAL ROMANESQUE LIMESTONE FIGURE OF CHRIST, ca. 11th-13th century. Free standing figure of Christ with right hand raised in blessing, holding an orb with the lamb of Christ in his left. 3 x 2 x 11.5 inches. Very rare. Back view. Provenance: From a large French collection of Medieval Art. Originally acquired at auction in 1986 in Aix en Provence. The title of the sale was "From Gallo-Roman Art to Romanesque Art".:

century, Romanesque limestone figure of Christ, free-standing with right hand raised in blessing, holding an orb with the lamb of Christ in his left.

Abbatiale Saint-Pierre de Moissac - France - stone relief sculpture architecture Romanesque

Abbatiale Saint-Pierre de Moissac - France - stone relief sculpture architecture Romanesque

The Winchester Bible , A Masterpiece of Medieval Art, page 1

Devil flies from the mouth of a boy freed by Jesus, Winchester Bible, Winchester Cathedral, UK

La cathédrale abrite les reliques de Saint Donnino Cathédrale San Donnino

La cathédrale abrite les reliques de Saint Donnino Cathédrale San Donnino

Benedictine Abbey and Cloister of Saint Pierre at Moissac. France

Old Testament Prophet (Jeremiah or Isaiah?) on the trumeau of the south portal, Saint-Pierre, Moissac;

felizes juntos: a cruz

the Batlló Majesty is an image of the twelfth century representing Christ crucified, attitude of "Christ in Majesty" or triumphant, no signs of suffering. One of the most interesting examples of medieval imagery preserved in Catalonia.

"Cruz en una capilla lateral de la catedral de Salamanca

Cross [Crucifix] in a side chapel of Salamanca Cathedral.(Photo by Lawrence OP) In this Crucifix, Jesus is depicted as Christ the King, a title of Jesus based on several passages of Scripture.

The Virgin and Child in Majesty and the Adoration of the Magi by Master of Pedret, The Cloisters  Medium: Fresco, transferred to canvas  The Cloisters Collection, 1950 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

The Virgin and Child in Majesty and the Adoration of the Magi by Master of Pedret, The Cloisters Medium: Fresco, transferred to canvas The Cloisters Collection, 1950 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

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