The Devil Presenting St Augustine With The Book Of Vices  

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The Devil Presenting St Augustine With The Book Of Vices, panel of Pacher's Kirchenväteraltar ("Fathers of the Church" altarpiece, c. 1483).
This panel is on the outside right (i.e. on the back of the Augustine panel), and would have been only visible to church-goers when the altar was closed, i.e. when no service was being held.
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Detail from Michael Pacher's panel painting The Devil Presenting St Augustine With The Book Of Vices

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The Devil Presenting St Augustine With The Book Of Vices[1] is a panel of Michael Pacher's Altarpiece of the Church Fathers (c. 1483).

This panel is on the outside right (i.e. on the back of the Augustine panel), and would have been only visible to church-goers when the altar was closed, i.e. when no service was being held.

It is in the collection of the Alte Pinakothek.

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