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CHRISTOPH SCHENCK, TILMAN RIEMENSCHNEIDER, FRANCIS VAN BOSSUIT – PLEASE FIND WORKS OF ART OF OUR GREAT ARTISTS

Since its foundation in 1880, the name Julius Böhler has stood for works of art of the highest quality, testified by its appointment as purveyor to the ‘Royal-Prussian` and `Royal Bavarian` courts. While the circle of collectors has meanwhile expanded and become international, our service with regard to quality and provenance remains unaltered.

Christ Carrying The Cross

Germany, Augsburg or Nuremberg
Circa 1520–30

Angel Making Music

Tyrol, 2nd half of the 17th century

Lamentation

Flanders (Antwerp or Brussels), circa 1490

Christ crucified

Southern France (?), 12th century

Relief with the Head of Saint John the Baptist

England (Nottingham), late 15th century

Simone Di Niccoló Bianco, attributed to

Italian, active from 1512 – after 1553

Signed I.C.

France (Limoges), third quarter of the 16th century

Lion Aquamanile

Germany, Hildesheim,
Circa 1250

Georg Petel, attributed to

Weilheim 1601/2–1634 Augsburg

Francis van Bossuit, attributed to

Brussels 1635–1692 Amsterdam

Christoph Daniel Schenck, attributed to

Constance, 1633–1691

Ferdinand Tietz

Holešice, Bohemia 1708 – 1777 Seehof near Bamberg, Germany

Giuseppe Gricci

Pietà

Michael Erhart

Strasburg, circa 1470

Nicolaus Gerhaert Leyden

Strasburg, circa 1470

Hans Daucher

Augsburg, circa 1520

Pièta

Bohemian, circa 1400

Triptych with the Passion of Christ

South German, 1475 – 1485

Daniel Mauch

Ulm, circa 1510

Erasmus Grasser

Munich, circa 1480

Leonhard Kern

South Germany, circa 1640–50

Jacopo Sansovino

Italy, circa 1530

Löwenaquamanile

Northern Germany, first half of 14th century

Ignaz Günther

Munich, circa 1755

Francis van Bossuit

Brussels 1635–1692 Amsterdam

Jean de la Huerta

France, circa 1460

Prunkrahmen

Florence, 1560 – 1580

Luisa Ignacia Roldán

Spain, circa 1700

Peter Dell D.Ä.

South Germany, circa 1520

Leonhard Kern

South Germany, circa 1610, Madonna and Child