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Collection highlights
The Calvary Group was formerly located in the Harju–Risti Church, which served as a chapel of the Cistercian Monastery in Padise during the Middle Ages. The sculptures, now displayed together, were actually created at different times and are probably not parts of one group. It is possible that during the Middle Ages the crucifix (after Ca. 1375) was situated in the Padise monastic church. The original locations of the figures of the Virgin Mary and St. John the Apostle (Ca. 1410–1430) is not known.

Unknown artist
Crucifix, Virgin Mary and St. John the Evangelist

 
Title: Crucifix, Virgin Mary and St. John the Evangelist
Date: 14th-15th century
Technique:
Material:
carving, polychromy
wood
Height (cm): 375.0
Description: The Calvary Group was formerly located in the Harju–Risti Church, which served as a chapel of the Cistercian Monastery in Padise during the Middle Ages. The sculptures, now displayed together, were actually created at different times and are probably not parts of one group. It is possible that during the Middle Ages the crucifix (after Ca. 1375) was situated in the Padise monastic church. The original locations of the figures of the Virgin Mary and St. John the Apostle (Ca. 1410–1430) is not known.
Related categories: Ecclesiastical Art
Copyright notice: Art Museum of Estonia
AME collection: Sculpture collection
Collection number: S 1232/1-3
Accretion number: EKM j 18763/1-3
File info: Source type: digital photography
File type: TIF
Compression: Uncompressed
File size: 97.19MB
Resolution: 4832*7029px @ 300dpi
 
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