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Hl. Elisabeth von Thüringen, Niederrhein (Köln?), um 1480; Eichenholz, Reste alter Fassung Liebieghaus, Frankfurt am Main

Hl. Elisabeth von Thüringen, Niederrhein (Köln?), um 1480; Eichenholz, Reste alter Fassung Liebieghaus, Frankfurt am Main

Reconstruction (B) of a cuirassed torso from the Akropolis in Athens, 2005 Copy of the original: Athens, ca. 470 BC Plaster cast, gilt, with applied pigments in tempera Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, Polychromy Research Project, Frankfurt am Main, acquired 2016 as gift from U. Koch-Brinkmann and V. Brinkmann ST.P686. Image courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Reconstruction (B) of a cuirassed torso from the Akropolis in Athens, 2005 Copy of the original: Athens, ca. 470 BC Plaster cast, gilt, with applied pigments in tempera Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, Polychromy Research Project, Frankfurt am Main, acquired 2016 as gift from U. Koch-Brinkmann and V. Brinkmann ST.P686. Image courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Thronende Muttergottes, Paris (?) um 1300–1330, Elfenbein, originale Farbfassung (übergangen)  Liebieghaus, Frankfurt am Main, Inv. Nr. 2785 (erworben 2002 mit Unterstützung der Kulturstiftung der Länder, der Hessischen Kulturstiftung und der Georg und Franziska Speyer'schen Hochschulstiftung); Weblink

Thronende Muttergottes, Paris (?) um 1300–1330, Elfenbein, originale Farbfassung (übergangen) Liebieghaus, Frankfurt am Main, Inv. Nr. 2785 (erworben 2002 mit Unterstützung der Kulturstiftung der Länder, der Hessischen Kulturstiftung und der Georg und Franziska Speyer'schen Hochschulstiftung); Weblink

Reconstruction of the head of the Riace warrior (A), 2013. Copy of the original: Reggio di Calabria, ca. 460 BC. Recast bronze, with applied pigments and additional elements. Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, Polychromy Research Project, Frankfurt am Main, acquired 2016 as gift from U. Koch-Brinkmann and V. Brinkmann. Image courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Reconstruction of the head of the Riace warrior (A), 2013. Copy of the original: Reggio di Calabria, ca. 460 BC. Recast bronze, with applied pigments and additional elements. Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, Polychromy Research Project, Frankfurt am Main, acquired 2016 as gift from U. Koch-Brinkmann and V. Brinkmann. Image courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Reconstruction B of Athena, 2005. Original: Greek, Aegina, ca. 480 BC; Glyptothek Munich. Copy: Plaster cast with natural pigments in egg tempera, 67 in. (170 cm) height. Liebieghaus Sculpture Collection (Polychromy Research Project), Frankfurt, ST.P689A. Image courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Reconstruction B of Athena, 2005. Original: Greek, Aegina, ca. 480 BC; Glyptothek Munich. Copy: Plaster cast with natural pigments in egg tempera, 67 in. (170 cm) height. Liebieghaus Sculpture Collection (Polychromy Research Project), Frankfurt, ST.P689A. Image courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Reconstruction B of a Trojan archer, 2005. Original: Greece, Aegina, ca. 480 BC; Glyptothek Munich. Copy: synthetic marble cast with natural pigments in egg tempera, lead, and wood, 37. in. (96 cm) height. Liebieghaus Sculpture Collection (Polychromy Research Project), Frankfurt, on loan from the University of Heidelberg, LG157. Image Courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Reconstruction B of a Trojan archer, 2005. Original: Greece, Aegina, ca. 480 BC; Glyptothek Munich. Copy: synthetic marble cast with natural pigments in egg tempera, lead, and wood, 37. in. (96 cm) height. Liebieghaus Sculpture Collection (Polychromy Research Project), Frankfurt, on loan from the University of Heidelberg, LG157. Image Courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Reconstruction B of the Peplos Kore, 2005. Original: Greek, Athens, ca. 530 BC; New Acropolis Museum, Athens. Reconstruction: plaster cast with natural pigments in egg tempera, 53 1/2 in. (136 cm) height. Liebieghaus Sculpture Collection (Polychromy Research Project), Frankfurt, inv. no. ST.P687. Image courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Reconstruction B of the Peplos Kore, 2005. Original: Greek, Athens, ca. 530 BC; New Acropolis Museum, Athens. Reconstruction: plaster cast with natural pigments in egg tempera, 53 1/2 in. (136 cm) height. Liebieghaus Sculpture Collection (Polychromy Research Project), Frankfurt, inv. no. ST.P687. Image courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Reconstruction (A1) of the so-called Chios kore from the Akropolis in Athens, 2012. Copy of the original: Athens, ca. 500 BC. Crystalline acrylic glass, with applied pigments in tempera. Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, Polychromy Research Project, Frankfurt am Main, acquired 2016 as gift from U. Koch-Brinkmann and V. Brinkmann. Image courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Reconstruction (A1) of the so-called Chios kore from the Akropolis in Athens, 2012. Copy of the original: Athens, ca. 500 BC. Crystalline acrylic glass, with applied pigments in tempera. Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung, Polychromy Research Project, Frankfurt am Main, acquired 2016 as gift from U. Koch-Brinkmann and V. Brinkmann. Image courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

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