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The figures are, from left to right, Saints Scholastica, Mary Magdalene, Anne, the Virgin, Christ Crucified, John the Evangelist, Andrew, Benedict and Agnes. Saint Anne is depicted with the Madonna and Child in her arms, while Saint Andrew carries the X-shaped cross upon which he was martyred, and Saint Agnes is accompanied by a lamb.
NG 262 is from the Benedictine Abbey at Liesborn, and may have formed the predella to an altarpiece there. Although it was not part of the high altarpiece from which NG 256-261 derive, the composition was probably inspired by the Crucifixion which was the central panel of that work.
The abbey church at Liesborn; the Krüger collection, Minden, by 1848; from where bought, 1854.
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