Virgin and Child, Adriaen van Wesel, c. 1470 - c. 1480

Virgin and Child, Adriaen van Wesel, c. 1470 - c. 1480

oak with traces of polychromy, h 55cm × w 18cm × d 14cm. More details

Adriaen van Wesel was one of the most important woodcarvers of the northern Netherlands, known far beyond his hometown of Utrecht. His work includes large altars for churches in Delft, Zwolle, ‘s Hertogenbosch and Utrecht. The majority of Van Wesel’s surviving work is preserved in the Rijksmuseum.

On display in room 0.1

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