"The Deposition of Christ," second half of 17th century, artist unknown. Ivory; 21 1/4 inches by 11 3/4 inches. The sculptural relief is believed to have been made in southern Germany, possibly Augsburg. (Liebieghaus Sculpture Collection)

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The exhibition “Splendid White” in the Sculpture Collection Liebieghaus in Frankfurt, Germany In 1962, the successful German builder Reiner Winkler bought his first ivory work of art, a small 15th-century Gothic nativity panel that was once part of a diptych. And he fell in love with the medium. From this small French piece, measuring just …

Baroque and Rococo ivory sculpture

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