• Minoan shell shaped alabaster libation vessel  with pouring spout at top, Phaistos-Kalyvia 1400-1300 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, white background
  • Small Alabaster Statue head grave stone from the Yemen, 1st cent. B.C . Istanbul Archaeological Museum, Inv. 7670.
  • Minoan shell shaped alabaster libation vessel  with pouring spout at top, Phaistos-Kalyvia 1400-1300 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, black background
  • Minoan shell shaped alabaster libation vessel  with pouring spout at top, Phaistos-Kalyvia 1400-1300 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, grey background
  • Minoan shell shaped alabaster libation vessel  with pouring spout at top, Phaistos-Kalyvia 1400-1300 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum.
  • Small Alabaster Statue head grave stone from the Yemen, 1st cent. B.C . Istanbul Archaeological Museum, Inv. 7670.
  • Minoan shell shaped alabaster libation vessel  with pouring spout at top, Phaistos-Kalyvia 1400-1300 BC, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, grey background
  • Small Alabaster Statue head grave stone from the Yemen, 1st cent. B.C . Istanbul Archaeological Museum, Inv. 7670.
  • Alabaster jug possibly imported from Minoan Crete.   Mycenae graves, Greece. 15th century BC,  National Archaeological Museum, Athens.
  • Bronze Age Anatolian two headed disk shaped alabaster Goddess figurine - 19th to 17th century BC - Kültepe Kanesh - Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey. Against a grey background.
  • Bronze Age Anatolian two headed disk shaped alabaster Goddess figurine - 19th to 17th century BC - Kültepe Kanesh - Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey.  Against a black background.
  • Bronze Age Anatolian four headed alabaster Goddess figurine - 19th to 17th century BC - Kültepe Kanesh - Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey.
  • Small Early Neolithic calcareous alabaster  statue of a goddess sitting from Su Cungiau de Marcu, Declomputzu, Sardinia Italy. Museo archeologico nazionale, Cagliari, Italy. (National Archaeological Museum) - White Background
  • Small Early Neolithic calcareous alabaster  statue of a goddess sitting from Su Cungiau de Marcu, Declomputzu, Sardinia Italy. Museo archeologico nazionale, Cagliari, Italy. (National Archaeological Museum) - Art Background
  • Small Early Neolithic calcareous alabaster  statue of a goddess sitting from Su Cungiau de Marcu, Declomputzu, Sardinia Italy. Museo archeologico nazionale, Cagliari, Italy. (National Archaeological Museum)  - Black Background
  • Small Early Neolithic calcareous alabaster  statue of a goddess sitting from Su Cungiau de Marcu, Declomputzu, Sardinia Italy. Museo archeologico nazionale, Cagliari, Italy. (National Archaeological Museum) - Art Grey Background
  • Gothic alabaster relief sculpture of two profits by Pere Oller, circa 1415, from the convent del Carme, Girona, Spain..  National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain, inv no: MNAC 214163
  • Gothic wood statue of the Head of Christ by  Jaume Cascalls. Carved alabaster with polychrome and gilt remains.  This head must have belonged to a Recumbent Christ which could have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre. It probably came from the chapel of Corpus Christi of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell, Barcelona.<br />
Jaume Cascalls is one of the most important sculptors of the fourteenth century in Catalonia. This is borne out by his involvement over almost thirty years with the project of the royal pantheon in Poblet for King Peter the Ceremonious and with other large undertakings of the time. Today, on stylistic grounds, he is credited with this 'Head of Christ', which must have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre, presumably from the church of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell in Barcelona. The break in the neck suggests it belonged to a full-length recumbent Christ, like the one kept at Sant Feliu in Girona and also attributed to Cascalls. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 034879-000
  • Gothic alabaster relief sculpture of two profits by Pere Oller, circa 1415, from the convent del Carme, Girona, Spain..  National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain, inv no: MNAC 214163. Against a grey textured background.
  • Gothic alabaster relief sculpture of two profits by Pere Oller, circa 1415, from the convent del Carme, Girona, Spain..  National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain, inv no: MNAC 214163. Against a light grey background.
  • Bronze Age Anatolian two headed disk shaped alabaster Goddess figurine - 19th to 17th century BC - Kültepe Kanesh - Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey.  Against a warn art background.
  • Bronze Age Anatolian four headed alabaster Goddess figurine - 19th to 17th century BC - Kültepe Kanesh - Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey. Against a grey background.
  • Gothic alabaster relief sculpture of two profits by Pere Oller, circa 1415, from the convent del Carme, Girona, Spain..  National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain, inv no: MNAC 214163. Against a white background.
  • Gothic wood statue of the Head of Christ by  Jaume Cascalls. Carved alabaster with polychrome and gilt remains.  This head must have belonged to a Recumbent Christ which could have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre. It probably came from the chapel of Corpus Christi of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell, Barcelona.<br />
Jaume Cascalls is one of the most important sculptors of the fourteenth century in Catalonia. This is borne out by his involvement over almost thirty years with the project of the royal pantheon in Poblet for King Peter the Ceremonious and with other large undertakings of the time. Today, on stylistic grounds, he is credited with this 'Head of Christ', which must have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre, presumably from the church of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell in Barcelona. The break in the neck suggests it belonged to a full-length recumbent Christ, like the one kept at Sant Feliu in Girona and also attributed to Cascalls. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 034879-000
  • Bronze Age Anatolian two headed disk shaped alabaster Goddess figurine - 19th to 17th century BC - Kültepe Kanesh - Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey. Against a white background.
  • Bronze Age Anatolian two headed disk shaped alabaster Goddess figurine - 19th to 17th century BC - Kültepe Kanesh - Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey.
  • Bronze Age Anatolian four headed alabaster Goddess figurine - 19th to 17th century BC - Kültepe Kanesh - Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey. Against a white background.
  • Bronze Age Anatolian four headed alabaster Goddess figurine - 19th to 17th century BC - Kültepe Kanesh - Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey.  Against a black background.
  • Bronze Age Anatolian four headed alabaster Goddess figurine - 19th to 17th century BC - Kültepe Kanesh - Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey.  Against a warn art background.
  • Small Early Neolithic calcareous alabaster  statue of a goddess sitting from Su Cungiau de Marcu, Declomputzu, Sardinia Italy. Museo archeologico nazionale, Cagliari, Italy. (National Archaeological Museum)  - Grey Background
  • Gothic alabaster relief sculpture of two profits by Pere Oller, circa 1415, from the convent del Carme, Girona, Spain..  National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain, inv no: MNAC 214163. Against a black background.
  • Painted alabaster statue of the Virgin of the annunciation, made around 1495 by Tilman Riemenschneider of Heiligenstadt im Eichsfeld, Germany The statue would have originally bee accompanied by another of the  Gabriel and both would have formed part of an altarpiece. Inv RF 1384,  The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Gothic alabaster statue of Saint Anne and the Virgin Mary as a child from the Nottingham School England, 15th Century, from the cemetery of the vall de Bertizana, Nivarra.  National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain, inv no: MNAC  4353. Against a white background.
  • Gothic alabaster statue of Saint Anne and the Virgin Mary as a child from the Nottingham School England, 15th Century, from the cemetery of the vall de Bertizana, Nivarra.  National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain, inv no: MNAC  4353. Against a black background.
  • Painted alabaster statue of the Virgin of the annunciation, made around 1495 by Tilman Riemenschneider of Heiligenstadt im Eichsfeld, Germany The statue would have originally bee accompanied by another of the  Gabriel and both would have formed part of an altarpiece. Inv RF 1384,  The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Alabaster jug possibly imported from Minoan Crete.   Mycenae graves, Greece. 15th century BC,  National Archaeological Museum, Athens.
  • Gothic wood statue of Virgin and Child by tan anontmous Catalan Artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Date Second half of 14th century. Dimensions 117.5 x 38.6 x 28.4 cm.  Probably comes from Sanaüja (Segarra). National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 004359-000
  • Gothic wood statue of Virgin and Child by tan anontmous Catalan Artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Date Second half of 14th century. Dimensions 117.5 x 38.6 x 28.4 cm.  Probably comes from Sanaüja (Segarra). National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 004359-000
  • Gothic wood statue of the Head of Christ by  Jaume Cascalls. Carved alabaster with polychrome and gilt remains.  This head must have belonged to a Recumbent Christ which could have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre. It probably came from the chapel of Corpus Christi of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell, Barcelona.<br />
Jaume Cascalls is one of the most important sculptors of the fourteenth century in Catalonia. This is borne out by his involvement over almost thirty years with the project of the royal pantheon in Poblet for King Peter the Ceremonious and with other large undertakings of the time. Today, on stylistic grounds, he is credited with this 'Head of Christ', which must have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre, presumably from the church of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell in Barcelona. The break in the neck suggests it belonged to a full-length recumbent Christ, like the one kept at Sant Feliu in Girona and also attributed to Cascalls. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 034879-000
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and child by an anonymous Catalan artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Circa 1330-1340. 112 x 42.5 x 22.7 cm. From the parish church of Navata (Alt Empordà).. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 004356-000
  • Painted alabaster statue of the Virgin of the annunciation, made around 1495 by Tilman Riemenschneider of Heiligenstadt im Eichsfeld, Germany The statue would have originally bee accompanied by another of the  Gabriel and both would have formed part of an altarpiece. Inv RF 1384,  The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and Child. Polychrome and gold leaf on alabaster. Date - Second half of the 14th century. National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 9874
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and Child. Polychrome and gold leaf on alabaster. Date - Second half of the 14th century. National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 9874
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and Child. Polychrome and gold leaf on alabaster. Date - Second half of the 14th century. National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 9874
  • Gothic wood statue of Virgin and Child by tan anontmous Catalan Artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Date Second half of 14th century. Dimensions 117.5 x 38.6 x 28.4 cm.  Probably comes from Sanaüja (Segarra). National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 004359-000
  • Gothic wood statue of Virgin and Child by tan anontmous Catalan Artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Date Second half of 14th century. Dimensions 117.5 x 38.6 x 28.4 cm.  Probably comes from Sanaüja (Segarra). National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 004359-000
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and child by an anonymous Catalan artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Circa 1330-1340. 112 x 42.5 x 22.7 cm. From the parish church of Navata (Alt Empordà).. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 004356-000
  • Alabaster jug possibly imported from Minoan Crete.   Mycenae graves, Greece. 15th century BC,  National Archaeological Museum, Athens.
  • Gothic alabaster statue of Saint Anne and the Virgin Mary as a child from the Nottingham School England, 15th Century, from the cemetery of the vall de Bertizana, Nivarra.  National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain, inv no: MNAC  4353. Against a art background.
  • Gothic alabaster statue of Saint Anne and the Virgin Mary as a child from the Nottingham School England, 15th Century, from the cemetery of the vall de Bertizana, Nivarra.  National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain, inv no: MNAC  4353. Against a grey art background.
  • Painted alabaster statue of the Virgin of the annunciation, made around 1495 by Tilman Riemenschneider of Heiligenstadt im Eichsfeld, Germany The statue would have originally bee accompanied by another of the  Gabriel and both would have formed part of an altarpiece. Inv RF 1384,  The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Painted alabaster statue of the Virgin of the annunciation, made around 1495 by Tilman Riemenschneider of Heiligenstadt im Eichsfeld, Germany The statue would have originally bee accompanied by another of the  Gabriel and both would have formed part of an altarpiece. Inv RF 1384,  The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Alabaster jug possibly imported from Minoan Crete.   Mycenae graves, Greece. 15th century BC,  National Archaeological Museum, Athens.
  • Alabaster jug possibly imported from Minoan Crete.   Mycenae graves, Greece. 15th century BC,  National Archaeological Museum, Athens.
  • Alabaster jug possibly imported from Minoan Crete.   Mycenae graves, Greece. 15th century BC,  National Archaeological Museum, Athens.
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and Child. Polychrome and gold leaf on alabaster. Date - Second half of the 14th century. National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 9874
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and Child. Polychrome and gold leaf on alabaster. Date - Second half of the 14th century. National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 9874
  • Gothic wood statue of Virgin and Child by tan anontmous Catalan Artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Date Second half of 14th century. Dimensions 117.5 x 38.6 x 28.4 cm.  Probably comes from Sanaüja (Segarra). National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 004359-000
  • Gothic wood statue of the Head of Christ by  Jaume Cascalls. Carved alabaster with polychrome and gilt remains.  This head must have belonged to a Recumbent Christ which could have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre. It probably came from the chapel of Corpus Christi of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell, Barcelona.<br />
Jaume Cascalls is one of the most important sculptors of the fourteenth century in Catalonia. This is borne out by his involvement over almost thirty years with the project of the royal pantheon in Poblet for King Peter the Ceremonious and with other large undertakings of the time. Today, on stylistic grounds, he is credited with this 'Head of Christ', which must have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre, presumably from the church of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell in Barcelona. The break in the neck suggests it belonged to a full-length recumbent Christ, like the one kept at Sant Feliu in Girona and also attributed to Cascalls. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 034879-000
  • Gothic wood statue of the Head of Christ by  Jaume Cascalls. Carved alabaster with polychrome and gilt remains.  This head must have belonged to a Recumbent Christ which could have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre. It probably came from the chapel of Corpus Christi of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell, Barcelona.<br />
Jaume Cascalls is one of the most important sculptors of the fourteenth century in Catalonia. This is borne out by his involvement over almost thirty years with the project of the royal pantheon in Poblet for King Peter the Ceremonious and with other large undertakings of the time. Today, on stylistic grounds, he is credited with this 'Head of Christ', which must have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre, presumably from the church of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell in Barcelona. The break in the neck suggests it belonged to a full-length recumbent Christ, like the one kept at Sant Feliu in Girona and also attributed to Cascalls. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 034879-000
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and child by an anonymous Catalan artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Circa 1330-1340. 112 x 42.5 x 22.7 cm. From the parish church of Navata (Alt Empordà).. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 004356-000
  • Painted alabaster statue of the Virgin of the annunciation, made around 1495 by Tilman Riemenschneider of Heiligenstadt im Eichsfeld, Germany The statue would have originally bee accompanied by another of the  Gabriel and both would have formed part of an altarpiece. Inv RF 1384,  The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Painted alabaster statue of the Virgin of the annunciation, made around 1495 by Tilman Riemenschneider of Heiligenstadt im Eichsfeld, Germany The statue would have originally bee accompanied by another of the  Gabriel and both would have formed part of an altarpiece. Inv RF 1384,  The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Gothic wood statue of Virgin and Child by tan anontmous Catalan Artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Date Second half of 14th century. Dimensions 117.5 x 38.6 x 28.4 cm.  Probably comes from Sanaüja (Segarra). National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 004359-000
  • Gothic wood statue of Virgin and Child by tan anontmous Catalan Artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Date Second half of 14th century. Dimensions 117.5 x 38.6 x 28.4 cm.  Probably comes from Sanaüja (Segarra). National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 004359-000
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and Child. Polychrome and gold leaf on alabaster. Date - Second half of the 14th century. National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 9874
  • Gothic wood statue of the Head of Christ by  Jaume Cascalls. Carved alabaster with polychrome and gilt remains.  This head must have belonged to a Recumbent Christ which could have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre. It probably came from the chapel of Corpus Christi of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell, Barcelona.<br />
Jaume Cascalls is one of the most important sculptors of the fourteenth century in Catalonia. This is borne out by his involvement over almost thirty years with the project of the royal pantheon in Poblet for King Peter the Ceremonious and with other large undertakings of the time. Today, on stylistic grounds, he is credited with this 'Head of Christ', which must have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre, presumably from the church of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell in Barcelona. The break in the neck suggests it belonged to a full-length recumbent Christ, like the one kept at Sant Feliu in Girona and also attributed to Cascalls. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 034879-000
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and child by an anonymous Catalan artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Circa 1330-1340. 112 x 42.5 x 22.7 cm. From the parish church of Navata (Alt Empordà).. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 004356-000
  • Alabaster jug possibly imported from Minoan Crete.   Mycenae graves, Greece. 15th century BC,  National Archaeological Museum, Athens.
  • The Room of Mars - The Neoclassical fresco by Antonia Gallianop painted in 1815, represents the death of Hector and the triumph of Hector. The furniture is in Empire style and the Alabaster vase in the middle of the room was donated by Pius IX  .The Kings of Naples Royal Palace of Caserta, Italy. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Gothic alabaster statue of Saint Anne and the Virgin Mary as a child from the Nottingham School England, 15th Century, from the cemetery of the vall de Bertizana, Nivarra.  National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain, inv no: MNAC  4353.
  • Gothic wood statue of Virgin and Child by tan anontmous Catalan Artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Date Second half of 14th century. Dimensions 117.5 x 38.6 x 28.4 cm.  Probably comes from Sanaüja (Segarra). National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 004359-000
  • Gothic wood statue of the Head of Christ by  Jaume Cascalls. Carved alabaster with polychrome and gilt remains.  This head must have belonged to a Recumbent Christ which could have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre. It probably came from the chapel of Corpus Christi of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell, Barcelona.<br />
Jaume Cascalls is one of the most important sculptors of the fourteenth century in Catalonia. This is borne out by his involvement over almost thirty years with the project of the royal pantheon in Poblet for King Peter the Ceremonious and with other large undertakings of the time. Today, on stylistic grounds, he is credited with this 'Head of Christ', which must have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre, presumably from the church of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell in Barcelona. The break in the neck suggests it belonged to a full-length recumbent Christ, like the one kept at Sant Feliu in Girona and also attributed to Cascalls. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 034879-000
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and child by an anonymous Catalan artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Circa 1330-1340. 112 x 42.5 x 22.7 cm. From the parish church of Navata (Alt Empordà).. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 004356-000
  • Gothic statue of the Head of Christ by  Jaume Cascalls. Carved alabaster with polychrome and gilt remains.  This head must have belonged to a Recumbent Christ which could have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre. It probably came from the chapel of Corpus Christi of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell, Barcelona.<br />
Jaume Cascalls is one of the most important sculptors of the fourteenth century in Catalonia. This is borne out by his involvement over almost thirty years with the project of the royal pantheon in Poblet for King Peter the Ceremonious and with other large undertakings of the time. Today, on stylistic grounds, he is credited with this 'Head of Christ', which must have formed part of a sculptural group of the Holy Sepulchre, presumably from the church of the convent of Sant Agustí Vell in Barcelona. The break in the neck suggests it belonged to a full-length recumbent Christ, like the one kept at Sant Feliu in Girona and also attributed to Cascalls. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 034879-000
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and child by an anonymous Catalan artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Circa 1330-1340. 112 x 42.5 x 22.7 cm. From the parish church of Navata (Alt Empordà).. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 004356-000
  • The Room of Mars - The Neoclassical fresco by Antonia Gallianop painted in 1815, represents the death of Hector and the triumph of Hector. The furniture is in Empire style and the Alabaster vase in the middle of the room was donated by Pius IX  .The Kings of Naples Royal Palace of Caserta, Italy. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Painted alabaster statue of the Virgin of the annunciation, made around 1495 by Tilman Riemenschneider of Heiligenstadt im Eichsfeld, Germany The statue would have originally bee accompanied by another of the  Gabriel and both would have formed part of an altarpiece. Inv RF 1384,  The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and Child. Polychrome and gold leaf on alabaster. Date - Second half of the 14th century. National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 9874
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and Child. Polychrome and gold leaf on alabaster. Date - Second half of the 14th century. National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain inv no: 9874
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and child by an anonymous Catalan artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Circa 1330-1340. 112 x 42.5 x 22.7 cm. From the parish church of Navata (Alt Empordà).. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 004356-000
  • Painted alabaster statue of the Virgin of the annunciation, made around 1495 by Tilman Riemenschneider of Heiligenstadt im Eichsfeld, Germany The statue would have originally bee accompanied by another of the  Gabriel and both would have formed part of an altarpiece. Inv RF 1384,  The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Painted alabaster statue of the Virgin of the annunciation, made around 1495 by Tilman Riemenschneider of Heiligenstadt im Eichsfeld, Germany The statue would have originally bee accompanied by another of the  Gabriel and both would have formed part of an altarpiece. Inv RF 1384,  The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary and child by an anonymous Catalan artist. Carved alabaster with remains of polychrome and gold leaf. Circa 1330-1340. 112 x 42.5 x 22.7 cm. From the parish church of Navata (Alt Empordà).. National Museum of Catalan Art, inv no: 004356-000
  • The Room of Mars - The Neoclassical fresco by Antonia Gallianop painted in 1815, represents the death of Hector and the triumph of Hector. The furniture is in Empire style and the Alabaster vase in the middle of the room was donated by Pius IX  .The Kings of Naples Royal Palace of Caserta, Italy. A UNESCO World Heritage Site

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