Important Corpus Christi in poplar wood
Important Corpus Christi in poplar wood with a strong expressive charge in all its details. From various stylistic elements, such as the beard, the drapery, the limbs, it is inferred that it was carried out by the mid-fifteenth century, in the late Gothic period, a time when Lombardy, led by Gian Galeazzo Visconti, wished to unify Lombardy to throughout the north of Italy.
The size, the age and the carving make this sculpture of a dead CHRIST really meaningful and rare.
The sculpture is accompanied by the permission of free movement from the fine arts.
Lacks, small and ancient restorations.
Lombardy, probably in the Lodi or Milan area, first half of the 15th century.
Width 116cm Height 134cm