Wie Christus seinen Nährvater Joseph zu seinem himmlichen Vater führt - Wandgemälde, angeblich von Giunta Pisano, im Chor in der oberen Kirche von San Francesco in Assisi, Johann Anton Ramboux, after Giunta Pisano
Johann Anton Ramboux, Giunta Pisano
Wie Christus seinen Nährvater Joseph zu seinem himmlichen Vater führt - Wandgemälde, angeblich von Giunta Pisano, im Chor in der oberen Kirche von San Francesco in Assisi
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Wie Christus seinen Nährvater Joseph zu seinem himmlichen Vater führt - Wandgemälde, angeblich von Giunta Pisano, im Chor in der oberen Kirche von San Francesco in Assisi, 1818 – 1843


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269 x 196 mm
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Bib. 2472
Object Number
Bib. 2472 III 75D
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Can be presented in the study room of the Graphische Sammlung (special opening hours)

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Wie Christus seinen Nährvater Joseph zu seinem himmlichen Vater führt - Wandgemälde, angeblich von Giunta Pisano, im Chor in der oberen Kirche von San Francesco in Assisi
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Klebebände, Band 3, Seite 75
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Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main
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CC BY-SA 4.0 Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main

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  • 11H(JOSEPH)7 the foster-father of Christ, Joseph of Nazareth, husband of Mary; possible attributes: flowering rod or wand, lily, carpenter's tools - apotheosis, glory, triumph of male saint
  • 11C God the Father
  • 11D Christ

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