Saturday, May 16, 2015

40 Works - Reverse painting on glass, Icons - Religious Art - Paintings from the Bible - Part One

Reverse painting on glass is an art form consisting of applying paint to a piece of glass and then viewing the image by turning the glass over and looking through the glass at the image. Another term used to refer to the art of cold painting and gilding on the back of glass is verre églomisé, named after the French decorator Jean-Baptiste Glomy (1711–86), who framed prints using glass that had been reverse-painted. In German it is known as Hinterglasmalerei. 

This art form has been around for many years. It was widely used for sacral paintings since Middle Ages. The most famous was the art of icons in the Byzantine Empire. Later the painting on glass spread to Italy where in Venice it influenced its Renaissance art. Since the middle of the 18th century, painting on glass became favored by the Church and the nobility throughout Central Europe. More

Painting on glass 19th century. Propitiation of Sandl in profiled wooden frame, cut. Child Jesus on the cross in a profiled wooden frame, jump. Standing Sorrows, Bavarian Forest, dam. H. 33-37 cm More


Two glass paintings Oberammergau, E. 18th / 19th century A.. Counterparts. Bez in Black '' Mater Dei '' (Mother of God), and '.' Jesus d: g: Hirt ''. On a white background executed in colorful, vibrant color images in round, framed by roses and carnations cartridges. Small flaw on '' Mater Dei '- image. Profiled wooden frame. 28.5 x 23 cm (with frame) More

Nuns mirror and two glass paintings with Heart of Mary and the Sacred Heart, Sandl and Bavarian Forest, Raimundsreut, 18th / 19th century. Crucifix framed by stylized flowers in polychrome paint, background mirror, bez. "Crucifix '', partly abrasion in the mirror area, profiled wooden frame, 23 x 18 cm. Counterparts Heart of Jesus and Mary carried out in polychrome painted against a blue background with a profiled wooden frame, 18.5 x 15.5 cm (with frame). More

The Heart of Mary is a devotional name used to refer to the interior life of the Blessed Virgin Mary, her joys and sorrows, her virtues and hidden perfections, and, above all, her virginal love for God the Father, her maternal love for her son Jesus, and her compassionate love for all people. More

The Scapular of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary is a Roman Catholic devotional scapular. It is very similar to the Red Scapular of the Passion and was approved at the request of the Archbishop of Marseilles, by the Congregation of Rites in 1900. More

Nun's mirror and Addolorata 19th century Ornamental curly, mirrored glass plates with Sacred Heart motifs and floral ornaments, sometimes blind, framed later, H. 14.5 to 22.5 cm (without frame). In bright colors against brown background executed representation of Our Lady of Sorrows in a simple wooden frame, probably southern Italy. 28 x 23.5 cm. More

Our Lady of Sorrows, the Sorrowful Mother or Mother of Sorrows, and Our Lady of Piety, Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows or Our Lady of the Seven Dolours are names by which the Blessed Virgin Mary is referred to in relation to sorrows in her life. As Mater Dolorosa, it is also a key subject for Marian art in the Catholic Church. More

Mary and the infant Jesus Veneto, 18th century. Before dark brown ground in bright colors and gold very expressive and finely painted glass picture with the Mother of God, which is embraced by the Child Jesus lovingly (miraculous image of Our Lady of Good Counsel?). Farbabrieb. Profiled, covered and painted wooden frame. 42.5 x 35 cm (with frame). More

Joseph and the baby Jesus Augsburg, 2nd half of the 18th century. Before black background in bright colors very fine painted representation of Joseph, Jesus in the arms keeping, before a table with lily branch. Schlichter, ebonized wooden frame. 31 x 25.5 cm (with frame). More

Joseph is the husband of Mary, the mother of Jesus. In the New Testament there is another Joseph as well, Joseph of Arimathea, a secret disciple of Jesus who supplied the tomb in which Jesus was buried. More

Resurrection of Jesus Alpenländisch, Tirol, E. 18th century. Very fine and moves designed in bright colors with blue drapery scene with the wrapped partly in a salmon-red cloth Risen with the resurrection flag before Mandorla. Including three soldiers surprised at the stone grave with lateral plate grave. In the lower right corner jump with small loss. Ornamental painted profile frame. 45.5 x 36 cm. More

Depictions of Christ's Resurrection, though rare compared to the Annunciation or Crucifixion, usually show him bearing a standard, the "banner of the Resurrection", that symbolizes his victory over death.

It's a white flag with a red cross on it, first seen in a vision by the Emperor Constantine, who then modeled the Roman standard after it. In Piero della Francesca's 1460 masterpiece La resurrección de Cristo, Christ, looking a little jet-lagged, holds the battle standard in his right hand, although it is often shown in his left, freeing up his right for the Sign of the Cross (as in Bellini's version). More

The miraculous image of Mary in the shadow of North Bohemia and Silesia, around 1800 before blue ground in gold foil and polychrome, partly executed in gold Fond painting shown miraculous image under canopy and starry sky with angels. On the right frame settled jump. 48 x 37 cm (with profiled wooden frame). Cf .: F. Knaipp: Behind glass arts, S. 164, there assigned Silesia in 1800, after an engraving by Kunz in Grulich. More

St. Stephen, Bucher, 1800 In bright colors and gold foil executed Hinterglasbild showing the '' S. Stephanus '' in standing, praying position on a chest, it scepter and crown. In the right frame Blütenzweig. Consolidated jumps. Profiled wooden frame. 37 x 27 cm (with frame). Stephen I of Hungary was born about 969. 995 he married the sister of the Emperor Henry II. Even as he drove the 997 government, he strove for the Christianization of the country and founded numerous monasteries. He died in 1038 and is already revered as a saint since 1083. More

Saint Stephen or Stephan, traditionally regarded as the first martyr of Christianity, was according to the Acts of the Apostles a deacon in the early church at Jerusalem who aroused the enmity of members of various synagogues by his teachings. Accused of blasphemy, at his trial he made a long speech fiercely denouncing the Jewish authorities who were sitting in judgment on him and was then stoned to death. More

The Christian home protection, Sandl, 1st half of the 19th century. Before white ground painted in bright colors. In the upper half of the Trinity as a propitiatory framed by rose branches, including St. Florian, Roch and Sebastian. Inscriptions referred. In the lower right corner to settled jump. Profiled wooden frame. 45 x 35.5 cm (with frame). More

Saint Florian was born about 250 AD in the ancient Roman city of Aelium Cetiumin. He joined the Roman army and advanced in the ranks, rising to commander of the imperial army in the Roman province of Noricum. He was also responsible for organizing firefighting brigades. 

During the Diocletianic Persecution of Christians, reports reached Rome that Florian was not enforcing the proscriptions against Christians in his territory. Aquilinus was sent to investigate these reports. When Aquilinus ordered Florian to offer sacrifice to the Roman gods in accordance with Roman religion, he refused. Florian was sentenced to be burned at the stake. Standing on the funeral pyre, Florian is reputed to have challenged the Roman soldiers to light the fire, saying "If you do, I will climb to heaven on the flames." Apprehensive of his words, instead of burning Florian, he was executed by drowning in the Enns River with a millstone tied around his neck.[3][4]

His body was later retrieved by Christians and buried at an Augustinian monastery near Lorch. Later a woman named Valeria had a vision in which she saw him; Florian, in this vision, declared his intent to be buried in a more appropriate location. More

Saint Roch or Rocco lived c. 1348 was a Christian saint, a confessor whose death is commemorated on 16 August; he is specially invoked against the plague. He may also be called Rock in English, and has the designation of St Rollox in Glasgow, Scotland, said to be a corruption of St Roch's Loch.[3] He is a patron Saint of: dogs; and falsely accused people; among other things. More

Saint Sebastian (died c. 288) was an early Christian saint and martyr. He was killed during the Roman emperor Diocletian's persecution of Christians. He is commonly depicted in art and literature tied to a post or tree and shot with arrows. Despite this being the most common artistic depiction of Sebastian, he was, according to legend, rescued and healed by Irene of Rome. Shortly afterwards he criticized Diocletian in person and as a result was clubbed to death. He is venerated in the Catholic and Orthodox Churches. More

Sacred Heart,  Sandl, mid-19th century. Before yellow ground painted in bright colors Brustbildnis Jesus with the flaming heart in the upper corners of each one Rosenzweig. Profiled wooden frame. 46 x 35.5 cm (with frame). More

The devotion to the Sacred Heart (also known as the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, Sacratissimi Cordis Iesu in Latin) is one of the most widely practiced and well-known Roman Catholic devotions, taking Jesus Christ's physical heart as the representation of his divine love for humanity. More

Jesusknaben, Sandl or Bucher, 1st half of the 19th century. Before dark ground shown in bright colors Brustbildnis from Jesusknaben with long hair and red cheeks, the globe supporting. Profiled wooden frame. 35 x 28 cm (with frame). More

Christ on the cross,  Bucher, A. 19th century. Before yellow ground painted in bright colors crucifix framed by rose branches. Profiled wooden frame. 32 x 24.5 cm. More

Holy Josef, Bavarian Forest, probably Raimundsreut, A. 19th century. Before light blue ground Josef sitting with the baby Jesus, including Bez. '' S. JOSEF ''. Profiled wooden frame. 33 x 25 cm. More

Holy Josef is a figure in the Gospels, the husband of Mary, the mother of Jesus and is venerated Saint Joseph in some Christian traditions. Christian tradition places Joseph as Jesus' foster father. Some historians state that Joseph was Jesus's father. Some differing views are due to theological interpretations versus historical views. More

Holy Friedrich in the type of Raimund Reuter painting school in the 19th century before a white ground of flowering branches painted in bright colors framed rectangular cartridge showing the '' S: FRIEDRICH ''. Ribs molded frame. 33 x 24 cm (with frame). Friedrich von Utrecht worked as a missionary in Friesland and fought pagan customs and heresies. He was murdered during a mass and is considered a martyr. More

St. Frederick, Bishop of Utrecht, Martyr Frederick was trained in piety and sacred learning among the clergy of the Church of Utrecht. Being ordained priest, he was charged by Bishop Ricfried with the care of instructing converts, At about 825AD, he became bishop of Utrecht and began to establish order everywhere. 

He sent St. Odulf and other zealous and virtuous labourers into the northern parts to dispel paganism. However, St. Frederick took the most dangerous and difficult part chiefly to himself; and nothing gave him more trouble than marriages contracted within the forbidden decrees and the separation of the parties...

On July 18, 838AD, after St. Frederick had celebrated Mass and was about to make his thanksgiving, he was stabbed by two assassins. He died in a few minutes, reciting that verse of Psalm 144, "I will praise the Lord in the land of the living". More

Baby Jesus lying Bucher, 1780 in bright colors very fine painted depiction of wrapped in a blue towel Baby Jesus on the cross lying. The background is white designed and decorated with flowering branches. Profiled wooden frame. 31 x 41 cm (with frame). Very appealing posts originating from Northern Bohemia resettlers generation of painters. Formerly Coll. Dr. Schuster Zwiesel. More

Miraculous image of Our Lady of Good Counsel Sandl, mid-19th century. Before white background executed in colorful bright colors and gold foil miraculous image surrounded by flowering branches. Schlichter, ornamental ornate wooden frame. 48.5 x 38.5 cm. More

Our Lady of Good Counsel is a title given to the Virgin Mary, after a painting said to be miraculous, now found in the thirteenth century Augustinian church at Genazzano, near Rome. The Genazzano church became a popular place of pilgrimage. Numerous cures took place there. The Augustinian friars were invited to minister to the spiritual needs of the pilgrims. They continue to serve there to this day Italy. 

Over the centuries, devotions to Our Lady of the Good Counsel grew among saints and Popes, to the extent that a reference to it was added to the Litany of Loreto and the devotion spread throughout the world. Her feast day is April 26. More

The Holy family, Bucher, 1st half of the 19th century. In gold and bright colors executed representation of the Holy Family, about the Holy Spirit as a dove. Profiled wooden frame. The subject with the boy Jesus at the hands of his parents is particularly widespread in Tyrol. More

The Holy Family is a liturgical celebration in the Catholic Church in honor of Jesus of Nazareth, his mother, the Virgin Mary, and his foster father, Saint Joseph, as a family. 

The Gospels speak little of the life of the Holy Family in the years before Jesus’ public ministry. All that is known are the sojourn in Egypt, the return to Nazareth, and the incident that occurred when the twelve-year-old boy accompanied his parents to Jerusalem. More

St. Leonhard,  Sandl, 1st half of the 19th century. Before senffarbenem Fond executed in bright colors and gold leaf representation of St. Leonhard with attributes between flowering branches. Loss of color in black. Profiled wooden frame. 24x19 cm. More

Leonard was a Frankish noble who was converted to Christianity along with the king, at Christmas 496, by Saint Remigius, Bishop of Reims. Leonard asked his king, Clovis, to grant him personally the right to liberate prisoners whom he would find worthy of it, at any time.

He entered the monastery at Micy near Orléans. Then, according to his legend, Leonard became a hermit in the forest of Limousin, where he gathered a number of followers. Through his prayers the queen of the Franks was safely delivered of a male child, and in recompense Leonard was given royal lands at Noblac, 21 km (13 mi) from Limoges, where he founded the abbey of Noblac, around which a village grew, named in his honour Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat.

According to legend, prisoners who invoked him from their cells saw their chains break before their eyes. Many came to him afterwards, bringing their heavy chains and irons to offer them in homage. A considerable number remained with him, and he often gave them part of his vast forest to clear and make ready for the labours of the fields, that they might have the means to live an honest life. More


Jesus and John the Baptist, Sandl or Bucher, 1st half of the 19th century. Halbfigürliche presentation of baby Jesus with a globe and the boy John with a Lamb, each inscription bez. Design in bright colors and gold foil. Profiled wooden frame. 31.5 x 41.5 cm. More

Shown in bright colors before senffarbenem Fond with the Coronation of the Virgin, Sandl, 1st half of the 19th century. Coronation of the Virgin on cloud band. The crown with gold foil deposited, about the Holy Spirit as a dove. Later, simple wooden frame. 32 x 24.5 cm. More

The Coronation of the Virgin or Coronation of Mary is a subject in Christian art, especially popular in Italy in the 13th to 15th centuries, but continuing in popularity until the 18th century and beyond. Christ, sometimes accompanied by God the Father and the Holy Spirit in the form of a dove, places a crown on the head of Mary as Queen of Heaven. More

Holy Georg, Bucher, 1800 in front of black background Red Bow cartridge in bright colors and gold leaf very fine Pictured Drachenstich, bez. '' S. GEORG ''. In golden Doppelhenkelvase with flowering twigs in white and red. Broad, simple wooden frame. 47.5 x 38 cm. More

Saint George was an officer in the Roman army in the Guard of Diocletian, who ordered his death for not leaving Christianity. He is one of the most venerated saints, and is regarded as one of the most prominent military saints. More

St. Anne, Bavarian Forest, Raimundsreut, E. 18th century. Before black ground implemented in the form of gold micrographs Hinterglasbild with representation of St. Anne in high oval, framed by ornamental vases, Floralornamenten and borders. Execution in polychrome painting and gold foil. Partial abrasion. Profiled wooden frame. 32.5 x 22 cm. More

Saint Anne was the mother of the Virgin Mary and grandmother of Jesus Christ, according to Christian and Islamic tradition. Mary's mother is not named in the canonical gospels, nor in the Qur'an. Anne's name and that of her husband Joachim come only from New Testament apocrypha, of which the Protoevangelium of James (written perhaps around 150) seems to be the earliest that mentions them. More

Gold micrograph with Christ at the scourge column (Wies Saviour) or North Bohemia Bayerischer Wald, A. 19th century. Before black ground stylized illustrated dungeon with '' S. Jesus v. W. '' modeled on the image of Christ in the Wieskirche in Pfaffenwinkel. Very nice design in gilded touch technology and paint in bright colors. Profiled wooden frame. 35 x 25 cm. More

The Flagellation of Christ, sometimes known as Christ at the Column or the Scourging at the Pillar, is a scene from the Passion of Christ very frequently shown in Christian art, in cycles of the Passion or the larger subject of the Life of Christ. It is the fourth station of the modern alternate Stations of the Cross. The column to which Christ is normally tied, and the rope, scourge, whip or birch are elements in the Arma Christi. The Basilica di Santa Prassede in Rome, claimed to possess the original column. More

Sorrowful Christ, Bavarian Forest, Raimundsreut, 1st half of the 19th century. Before white ground floral framed high oval cartouche with representation of the seated Savior with crown of thorns and cattails. Profiled wooden frame with red interior bar. 24.5 x 18 cm (with frame). Cf .: R. Schuster: The Raimund Reuter Hinterglasbild, S. 168th. More

The Pensive Christ or "Christ in Distress" is a subject in Christian iconography depicting a contemplating Jesus, sitting with his head supported by his hand with the Crown of Thorns, and marks of his flagellation, shortly before his crucifixion. It is more of a devotional subject than intended to show an actual moment in the narrative of the Passion of Christ. The Pensive Christ is much more common in sculpture than in painting, where the similar Man of Sorrows is more often depicted. More

House blessing, Bavarian Forest, Raimundsreut, 2nd quarter of the 19th century. Polychrome executed representation of the Holy Trinity surrounded by the Saints Sebastian and Florian. Profiled wooden frame with red interior bar. 33 x 24.5 cm. More


Maria Hilf, Raimundsreut, 1st half of the 19th century. In running the type of gold micrographs. Against a black background of crossed palm branches framed, crowned high oval cartouche with the miraculous image of Maria Hilf in polychrome painting. Min. Color loss. Profiled wooden frame. 21x16 cm. More

St. Anne, Bavarian Forest, Raimundsreut c.1840 leaf and flowering branches framed cartouche with representation of St. Anne in polychrome painting and gold foil. Consolidated jumps. Black ribs molded frame with red interior bar. 36.5 x 27 cm (with frame). St. Anne shows Anna with the Child Jesus and the Blessed Mother in her arms. More

Jesus,  Kvilda, A. 19th century. Before white frame round cartridge has been executed in gold and polychrome Brustbildnis Man of Sorrows with aureole in gold. Profiled wooden frame with painted Interior bar. 31.5 x 24.5 cm. More

Holy Andreas, Bavarian Forest, Raimundsreut c.1840 leaf and flowering branches framed cartouche with the saint in polychrome painting. Consolidated jumps. Black ribs molded frame with red interior bar. 36.5 x 27 cm (with frame). 

The Holy Apostle Andrew was the brother of St. Peter. He was sentenced in the reign of Nero on November 30th of the year 60 to death on a cross. Since he did not to die like Christ, he asked to change the cross in X shape. More

Reverse glass painting with Heart of Jesus, Augsburg, E. 18th century. Counterparts. Before dark blue ground painted in bright colors representing Jesus with the stigmata, on his chest and a flaming heart. Among inscriptions '' My mother's heart is open to all who devoutly to Diss hope '' Profiled wooden frame with gilded interior bar. 22 x 16.5 cm. More

The devotion to the Sacred Heart (also known as the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, Sacratissimi Cordis Iesu in Latin) is one of the most widely practiced and well-known Roman Catholic devotions, taking Jesus Christ's physical heart as the representation of his divine love for humanity. More

Holy Nepomuk, North Bohemia, around 1780 in bright colors against a blue background depicting St John of Nepomuk with Aureole in silver and gold surrounded by roses and tulips flowers. Original profile frames made of wood. 64 x 42 cm (with frame). 

Johannes Nepomuk (1350 - 1393) studied law in Prague and Padua, 1389 he was Vicar General of the Archdiocese under Archbishop John of Jenzenstein. 1393, he was tortured by order of King Wenceslas IV. Due to non disclosure of a confessional and drowned in the Vltava River. More

Maria Hilf, Amberger, Bavarian Forest, Winklarn, signed and dated '' K. Reputation. Pinx. 1846 '' in colorful, bright colors and gold leaf against a light blue ground finely rendered miraculous image of Maria Hilf, including inscription '' Sancta Maria AUXILIAIX AMBERGAE miraculis CLARA ''. Schlichter, ebonized wooden frame. 50 x 40.5 cm (with frame). Lit .: W. Brückner; W. Schneider: paintings on glass. More

The Stations of the Cross, Bayerischer Wald, Raimundsreut, mid-18th century. In 15 fields polychrome painted depictions of the Cross with the holy Helena and the Pieta. In presenting the Pieta is the painful Lady in reference to the pilgrimage Maria Taferl image. About the Raymond Reuter painting school there was a well-known motif of folk painting on glass. More

St.Lawrence, North Bohemia, Hohenelbe (Vrchlabí), around 1800 high oval cartouche with gold foil and bright colors very fine painted depiction of the saint with rust and palm branch. In the Eckel roses with foliage. Profiled wooden frame. 27 x 24.5. More

St Lawrence is thought to have been born in Spain. Here he encountered the future Pope Sixtus II. Eventually, both left Spain for Rome. When Sixtus became the Pope in 257AD, he ordained St Lawrence as a deacon, and appointed him first among the seven deacons who served in the patriarchal church. He is therefore called "archdeacon of Rome", a position of great trust that included the care of the treasury and riches of the church and the distribution of alms among the poor.

At the beginning of August 258AD, the emperor Valerian issued an edict that all bishops, priests, and deacons should immediately be put to death. Sixtus was captured on 6 August 258, at the cemetery of St. Callixtus while celebrating the liturgy and executed forthwith.

After the death of Sixtus, the prefect of Rome demanded that St Lawrence turn over the riches of the Church. St Lawrence asked for three days to gather together the wealth. He worked swiftly to distribute as much Church property to the poor as possible, so as to prevent its being seized by the prefect. On the third day, at the head of a small delegation, he presented himself to the prefect, and when ordered to give up the treasures of the Church he presented the poor, the crippled, the blind and the suffering, and said these were the true treasures of the Church. 

On 10 August, St Lawrence, the last of the seven deacons, suffered a martyr's death. More

'' Passion of Christ '', Oberammergau, 1820 Geometric designed Hinterglasbild, in the middle field three angels with the Arma Christi, under star ornaments on gold background and roses. Profiled wooden frame. 32.5 x 25.5 cm. More

Arma Christi ("Weapons of Christ"), or the Instruments of the Passion, are the objects associated with Jesus' Passion in Christian symbolism and art. They are seen as arms in the sense of heraldry, and also as the weapons Christ used to achieve his conquest over Satan. More

The Holy. III Faltigkeith 'Staffelsee to 1800, a white ground running in colorful color representation of the Holy Trinity. Farbabrieb in red. Profiled wooden frame. 34.5 x 25 cm. More

The Christian doctrine of the Trinity defines God as three consubstantial persons, expressions, or hypostases: the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit; "one God in three persons". The three persons are distinct, yet are one "substance, essence or nature". In this context, a "nature" is what one is, while a "person" is who one is. More

Our Lady of Sorrows, Black Forest, the 19th century. In bright colors and gold foil rendered picture with white background. Ornamental branches of carnations on Gold Fond Framed rectangular field with Brustbildnis of Sorrows painted in bright colors. Schlichter wooden frame. 32 x 27 cm. More

Our Lady of Sorrows (Latin: Beata Maria Virgo Perdolens), the Sorrowful Mother or Mother of Sorrows (Latin: Mater Dolorosa), and Our Lady of Piety, Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows or Our Lady of the Seven Dolours are names by which the Blessed Virgin Mary is referred to in relation to sorrows in her life. As Mater Dolorosa, it is also a key subject for Marian art in the Catholic Church. More

'' Ecce Homo '', Black Forest, Rötenbach, 19th century. On a black background in bright colors executed, floral framed cartouche with Brustbildnis the thorn-crowned Man of Sorrows. Partially rubbed off. Profiled wooden frame. 34.5 x 27.5 cm. More

Man of Sorrows is an iconic devotional image that shows Christ, usually naked above the waist, with the wounds of his Passion prominently displayed on his hands and side, often crowned with the Crown of Thorns and sometimes attended by angels. It developed in Europe from the 13th century, and was especially popular in Northern Europe. More

St. Anne, Black Forest, Rötenbach, workshop Winterhalder, A. 19C. Round, framed by glowing Floralornamenten cartridge against a black background with representation on a chair and read Anna, including Bez. '' S: ANNA: ''. Profiled wooden frame. 30.5 x 24.5 cm (with frame). Lit .: W. Brückner / W. Schneider:. Glass paintings. More

Saint Anne (also known as Ann or Anna or Anne Elizabeth, from Hebrew Hannah, meaning "favor" or "grace") of David's house and line, was the mother of the Virgin Mary and grandmother of Jesus Christ, according to Christian and Islamic tradition. More

Nuns mirror, Bavarian Forest, Raimundsreut (attr.), In 1800 Christ on the cross polychrome painted before mirrored rear. In the lower part with stylized floral decoration painted base. Profiled wooden frame with red interior bar. 34.5 x 24.5 cm. More