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The altarpiece was commissioned by Frederick the Wise for the church of the Wittenberg Castle. The altarpiece was in the Kunstkammer in Dresden as early as 1687 which explains its name. The central panel depicts Mary adoring the Child, while the side wings represent St Anthony and St Sebastian. The central panel, displayed with the side panels in the Gem
Dresden, Germany, Nuremberg, Germany, Style: German Northern Renaissance, School: Northern Renaissance, Movement: Renaissance, German, Painting;, Painting
Style: German Northern Renaissance; School: Northern Renaissance; Movement: Renaissance; German; Painting;
Dresden, Germany; Nuremberg, Germany
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Unknown, "The Dresden Altar (detail) The Dresden Altarpiece" (2022). Art and Art History Collection (Saskia). 1710.