Foto de stock - The Miracle of the Palm Tree on the Flight to Egypt. Date: ca. 1490-1510; Geography: Made in Spain; Culture: Spanish; Medium: Walnut, gesso, paint, and gilding; Dimensions: 49 3/4 x 36 1/2 x 10 1/2 in., 110 lb. (126.4 x 92.7 x 26.7 cm, 49.9 kg); Classification: Sculpture-Wood; Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1938 / This sculpture, probably from a retable (decoration behind an altar) depicting Jesus commanding the palm tree to bend down so that the Holy Family could eat its fruit, is based upon New Testament Apocrypha, episodes from the life of Jesus not recounted in the Gospels. The composition is derived from an engraving by Martin Schongauer, dated about 1476.; Inscription: On the cloak of the Virgin: Monogram S M surmounted by a crown [monogram of the Santamaría family, Burgos, Castile]; Provenance: Said to come from the Cathedral of Calahorra in La Rioja, Spain

Imagen: The Miracle of the Palm Tree on the Flight to Egypt. Date: ca. 1490-1510; Geography: Made in Spain; Culture: Spanish; Medium: Walnut, gesso, paint.

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