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The Liebieghaus’s medieval collection comprises choice works of European sculpture from a period spanning some eight hundred years. The oldest, two Carolingian ivory reliefs, date from the ninth century. The chief focus, however, lies on the Late Gothic sculptural art of the fourteenth to the early sixteenth centuries.

Geographically, the countries north of the Alps dominate here – especially Germany, France and the Netherlands with such artists as Tilman Riemenschneider, Hans Multscher, Niclaus Gerhaert von Leyden and Michel Erhart. Italian sculpture is represented primarily by select works of the twelfth to fourteenth centuries, e.g. the tomb figures by Tino di Camaino. Since politics, everyday life and religion were inextricably intertwined in the Middle Ages, the objects on view are almost exclusively of Christian subject matter and originally served to adorn church interiors or aid private devotions.

Abbot Saint

Abbott Saint, Bavaria (?), between 1520 and 1530

Bearded Prophet

Michel Erhart, Bust of a prophet with beard, Ulm, ca. 1490

Beardless Prophet

Michel Erhart, Bust of a Prophet, Ulm, ca. 1490

Christ and St John

Christ and St John, Upper Rhine or Lake Constance, ca. 1350

Christ on the Cross

Christ on the Cross, Cologne, ca.1050

Crucifixion

Crucifixion, Lüttich, ca.1100

Crucifixion Altar

Master of the Rimini Altar, Crucifixion Altar, Southern Netherlands or Northern France, ca.  1430

Depiction of the Christian Sacrifice of the Mass

Master of the Vienna Gregory Tablet, Depiction of the Christian Sacrifice of the Mass, Lorraine, ca.  875

Figures from a Lamentation Group, Joseph of Arimathea

Figure from a Lamentation Group, Southern Netherlands, ca. 1500

Figures from a Lamentation Group, Maria and St. John

Figures from a Lamentation Group, Southern Netherlands, ca. 1500

Figures from a Lamentation Group

Figures from a Lamentation Group, Southern Netherlands, ca. 1500

Head of a Sibyl

Niclaus Gerhaert von Leyden, Head of a Sibyl, Strasbourg, 1463/64

Hideous Old Woman

Hideous Old Woman, Ulm, ca. 1480

Holy Trinity

Hans Multscher, Holy Trinity, Ulm, ca.1430

Madonna Enthroned

Madonna Enthroned, Paris?, between 1300 and 1330

Naked Old Woman

Daniel Mauch, Naked Old Woman, Ulm, ca. 1520

Pietà

Pietà, Burgundy, ca. 1450

Pietà

Pietà, Middle Rhine, ca. 1390

Seated Infant Christ

Seated Infant Christ, Upper Swabia, ca. 1500

St Anne with the Virgin and Christ Child

St. Anne with the Virgin and Christ Child, Rhine-Maas-Area, ca. 1290

St Augustine (?)

Hans Bilger, St Augustine (?), Worms, 1489-1496

St John from a Crucifixion

St John from a Cruzifixion, Geldern or Lower Rhine, between 1515 and 1530

St John Mourning

Master of the Pilsen Cruzifixion Group, St John Mourning, Nuremberg, ca.  1440

The Virgin Mary from an Annunciation Group

Master of Großlobming, The Virgin Mary from an Annunciation Group, Vienna, ca.  1400

Throne of Mercy

Throne of Mercy, Lower Austria, ca. 1520

Virgin Enthroned

Virgin Enthroned, Lower Bavaria, between 1440 and 1450

Virgin Enthroned

Virgin Enthroned, Middle Rhine, ca. 1050

Virgin Enthroned

Virgin Enthroned, Upper Rhine, ca. 1470

Virgin Mary

Tilman Riemenschneider, Virgin Mary, Würzburg, ca. 1520

Virgin Mary from a Crucifixion

Mary from a Cruzifixion, Geldern Lower Rhine, between 1515 and 1530
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