Madonna of Andreas Bathory
Unknown Hungarian master (active 1520s)
In the former St George's church in Nyibator, there are number of works to illustrate the broad area of interest of the Bathory family's art patronage.
The inscription of Andras Bathory's Virgin and Child reveals not only the name of the donor and the date of origin, but it also indicates that the marble relief was probably meant to be displayed above the entrance of either the church or the chapel.
The relief is one of the most characteristic examples of Hungarian Renaissance art, providing a new interpretation of a popular Madonna-type from Florence.
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Budapest: Hungarian national gallery
Virgin and Child with angels
1526 1726.
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