Tech & Science Toulouse. They discover in their apartment an altarpiece of 1520 estimated at least 600 000 €

18:10  05 january  2022
18:10  05 january  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Le panneau d'un retable signé Bernhard Strigel a été découvert chez des Toulousains. Infographie d'illustration. © Infographic West-France The panel of an altarpiece signed Bernhard Strigel was discovered in Toulousans. Illustration infographics.

During an inventory in an apartment in downtown Toulouse (Haute-Garonne), a panel of a 1520 altarpiece was found in the summer of 2021. Representing an angel holding a censer, the work Signed Bernhard Strigel will be on sale on February 4th. Its value is estimated between 600,000 and 800,000 euros.

A family that carried out an inventory in its apartment, located in the city center of Toulouse (Haute-Garonne), made a very beautiful discovery this summer. They found the panel of a altarpiece, dated from 1520. The value of this work is estimated between 600 000 and € 800,000, reveals the dispatch of the lunch , Wednesday, January 5, 2022.

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in April 2008, an angel to The censer of Bernhard Strigel (65.5 x 78.6 cm) gets 1 082 970 € @drouot , it is today @loubleabudhabi . Its during (48 x 67.1 cm is 600/800 000 €) also belonged to the Dubois collection at the beginning of the nineteenth is presented # Artpaid . pic.twitter.com/faqvkddpuu

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"It was under a stack of forgotten paintings. It represents an angel holding a censer and is particularly well preserved. It was a beautiful surprise. The owner was herself very moved to the sight of this angel who, according to, had to protect his family ", indicated on the daily Pauline Marine, commissioner-auction for the company Artpaudée in Toulouse.

On sale on February 4th

"This altarpiece has been authenticated as a panel the component has already been acquired in 2008 by the Louvre Abu Dabi. Everything is similar: the wood, the essence, the dimensions and the composition with the figure of the angel occupying the entire canvas ", continued the auctioneer. The altarpiece would have been ordered by the Church of Memmingen, the hometown of the painter Bernhard Strigel in Germany.

This work will be on sale on February 4, 2022. In the meantime, it is exposed to the Cabinet Turquin, in Paris until 28 January. Then, art enthusiasts will come to admire him at the Carmelites Chapel, Toulouse, February 2 and 3.

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