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A German walnut figure, c.1530, representing Saint Catherine of Alexandria; she is shown with her symbolic attributes, a broken wheel, a sword and a holy book; a pagan philosopher lies beneath her feet as a symbol of her triumph. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

A German walnut figure, representing Saint Catherine of Alexandria; she is shown with her symbolic attributes, a broken wheel, a sword and a holy book; a pagan philosopher lies beneath her feet as a symbol of her triumph. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Saint Catherine 15th–16th century Franconia German Limewood

Saint Catherine century Franconia German Limewood with paint and gilding Les Petits chemins

Austrian, Salzburg, first half 15th century SAINT CATHERINE

Austrian, Salzburg, first half of century, Saint Catherine

Collection | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

❤- A French fifteenth-century jewelled figure of St Catherine of Alexandria, holding her wheel attribute. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Knielende Maria, fragment van het Maria-altaar van de Onze-Lieve-Vrouwebroederschap te Den Bosch, Adriaen van Wesel, 1475

Mary, Joseph and three angels, Adriaen van Wesel, c.

Saint Barbara/Heilige Barbara, c.1410/15; the saint is depicted with her primary symbolic attribute, a tower.(736×1097)

Saint Barbara/Heilige Barbara, the saint is depicted with her primary symbolic attribute, a tower.

St. Catherine of Alexandria

Catherine of Alexandria Date: early century Geography: Made in Lower Bavaria, Germany Culture: German Medium: Wood, paint, gilding

French fifteenth-century openwork ivory panel (fragment) showing St Catherine of Alexandria with attributes, the Virgin and Child and St John the Baptist with the lamb of God. (Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Antwerp, Belgium/The Courtauld Institute of Art)

French fifteenth-century openwork ivory panel (fragment) showing St Catherine of Alexandria with attributes, the Virgin and Child and St John the Baptist with the lamb of God. (Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Antwerp, Belgium/The Courtauld Institute of Art)

Saint Catherine of Alexandria, by workshop of Jan Crocq. Date: ca. 1475–1525, made in Lorraine, France.

Saint Catherine of Alexandria, by workshop of Jan Crocq. made in Lorraine, France.

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677px-Büste_einer_heiligen_Frau_BNM_79-361.jpg (677×1024)

16th century (1500-1520) Bohemia  wood carving, St Catherine of Alexandria  (Czech republic) Český Krumlov, Regionální muzeum    http://tethys.imareal.oeaw.ac.at/realonline/  no. 14515

16th century (1500-1520) Bohemia wood carving, St Catherine of Alexandria (Czech republic) Český Krumlov, Regionální muzeum http://tethys.imareal.oeaw.ac.at/realonline/ no. 14515

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