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Oak figure of St Andrew, patron saint of Scotland, shown dressed in long robes belted around the waist, carrying his cross in his left hand and a book in a pouch in his right hand, probably once part of a screen or altarpiece, made in Northern Europe, possibly in the Low Countries, c. 1500, said to come from Fife

Details

  • Title: Figure
  • Date Created: c. 1500
  • Physical Location: National Museum of Scotland
  • Rights: © National Museums Scotland
  • Medium: Oak

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