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Saint George and the Dragon, the Scourging of Christ and the Last Judgement, with donor figures and armorials

Date:
late 16th century
Culture:
German
Medium:
Glass-stained
Dimensions:
H. 33 x W. 25 in. (83.8 x 63.5 cm)
Classification:
Glass-Stained
Credit Line:
Rogers Fund, 1907
Accession Number:
07.218.1
Not on view
The arms are believed to be those of the Reichenburg family of Styria and the Reischacher family of Basil, and presumably refer to the man and woman who kneel to each side of the scene of The Mocking of Christ. St. George and the Dragon are shown at the top, a Last Judgment scene at the bottom.
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