Georgian Triptych of the Virgin Mary


published on 18 December 2017

This 14th-century CE triptych depicting the Virgin Mary comes from St. George's Church located in Ubisa, Georgia. It was made of wood and tempera. One can clearly observe the strong Byzantine artistic influence in this triptych. (Treasury of the Georgian State Museum of Fine Art, Tbilisi)

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