Master of the St. Bartholomew Altar, Crucifixion Altarpiece

1495-1501
Oak, 107 x 80 cm (central panel), 107 x 34 cm (each wing)
Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne, Germany

Flanking the usual figures in the Crucifixion scene are St. Jerome on the left (lion, red cape, church model) and St. Thomas on the right (T-square in hands). The left panel has St. John the Baptist (in animal skins, with lamb) and St. Cecilia (organ). The right panel has St. Alessio (identified by the Web Gallery of Art) and St. Agnes (lamb at feet, palm branch in right hand).

More of St. John the Baptist
More of St. Cecilia
More of St. Jerome
More of St. Thomas
More of St. Agnes

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