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This painting is part of a pair of double-sided panels once formed the wings of an altarpiece that was probably commissioned for a private chapel. The central panel, showing the Lamentation of Christ, is now in the collection of the National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh. The central panel bears a portrait of the donors, who have been identified as members of the Brandenburg-Ansbach family, and it is thought that the figure of Saint George is a likeness of George, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach (1484–1543) a powerful German magnate who became a leading supporter of the Reformation in the 1520s.
oil on panel
H 102 x W 40 cm
CVCSC : 0256.2.N