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The Trinity with Christ Crucified

Originally an altarpiece protected by two shutters (the marks of their hinges are visible in the frame).

It represents the Trinity, with God the Father seated supporting the crucified Christ, and the Dove of the Holy Spirit between them, a type of image known as the Throne of Mercy.

Key facts
Artist Austrian
Full title The Trinity with Christ Crucified
Date made about 1410
Medium and support Egg on silver fir
Dimensions 118.1 × 114.9 cm
Acquisition credit Bought with a contribution from the Art Fund, 1922
Inventory number NG3662
Location in Gallery Room 65
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