House Altar with the Assumption of Mary

Southern Germany, Weilheim

Paintings dated 1793
Sculptures circa 1620

Wood, original polychromy, painting oil on copper.

Height: 103 cm, width: 51 cm, depth: 16.5 cm
Provenance: Cardinal-Meisner-Foundation, Cologne

The central representation of the Assumption of Mary is crowned by smaller paintings of God the Father and the Holy Spirit; in the predella painting with three angels and dating "1793".

Elaborately carved architectural framing with sculptures of Saint Joseph with the Infant Jesus, probably an apostle, Saint James clothed as a pilgrim, a saint with sword and crown, and four angels.