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Nativity of the Virgin is a painting by the German Renaissance
artist Albrecht Altdorfer, dating to c. 1520, which is currently
housed in the Alte Pinakothek of Munich, Germany. The work uses a
scenic composition typical of the Danube school of the time. The
subject, the birth of Mary, is shown in a secondary location of the
lower part of the painting. It includes St. Anne's bed, the
midwives with the daughter and St. Joachim riding a stair with
something in his hand. The predominant part of the work is the
church background, where a row angel flies to form a large circle:
in the middle is a young angel with a thurible for the incense.
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