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A carved boxwood relief from Augsburg depicting Christ as the Man of Sorrows. It sits within in a later oval cartouche of strapwork, swags, putti, harpies and pelican, set in a nineteenth-century frame.

National Trust, Nostell Priory

near Wakefield


Date

1575–1650

Medium

boxwood, glass & velvet

Measurements

H 45.2 x W 39 x D 8 cm

Accession number

959819

Work type

Relief


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National Trust, Nostell Priory

Doncaster Road, Nostell, near Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF4 1QE England

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