Cranach - Altarpiece of the Virgin [left fixed wing]: St Ursula
Altarpiece of the Virgin [left fixed wing]: St Ursula
Master of the Mass of St Gregory
Evangelische Marktkirchengemeinde Halle
22.09.2019 - 03:47
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Painting:
CDA ID / Inventory NumberDE_MKH_NONE-MKH001f
Persistent Linkhttp://lucascranach.org/DE_MKH_NONE-MKH001f
FR (1978) No.FRSup006A
Title:
Altarpiece of the Virgin [left fixed wing]: St Ursula[cda 2015]
Attribution:
Master of the Mass of St Gregory [Emmendörffer 1998, 218][Friedländer, Rosenberg 1979, No. Sup6A]
Simon Franck [Tacke 1992, 47-56]
Hans Cranach [Flechsig 1900 A, 281]
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Dating:
1529[dated on second movable wing on the left]
Owner / Repository / Location:
OwnerEvangelische Marktkirchengemeinde Halle
RepositoryEvangelische Marktkirchengemeinde Halle
LocationHalle
Dimensions:
Dimensions of painted surface: 270.5 (approx.) x 100.8 cm Dimensions including frame: 283.5 x 114.2 cm [Heydenreich, cda 2015]
Support:
Painting on wood [cda 2015]
Signature / Date:
None [cda 2015]
Inscriptions, Marks, Labels, Seals:
In the halo: 'S VRSVLA' [cda 2015]
Description:
The saint is shown as a full-length figure positioned under an arch with renaissance ornamentation. This architectural element is repeated on the right fixed wing and frames the central annunciation scene. The saint is turned to the centre and wears an elaborate red dress with brocade edging. In her hands she holds an arrow, symbolising her martyrdom. Her head is framed by a transparent halo. [Görres, cda 2015]
Exhibitions:
- Dresden 1899, No. 102
Sources / Publications:
Reference on PageCatalogue NumberFigure/Plate
Tacke 201586
Kramer 2012
Heydenreich 2007 B39-40
Tacke 2007 C81, 82, 84
Exhib. Cat. Halle 2006307
Exhib. Cat. Prague 200566, 116 (English version 29, 44, 45)under nos. 8, 30
Emmendörffer 1998218
Tacke 199247-5619-23
Flechsig 1900 A131
Material / Technique:
  • Date: 1994
  • Technical Examination
  • Framing
  • The frame with an inserted gilded profile is not original, but possibly 19th century
    • examined by: Gunnar Heydenreich