Tyrol; 2nd half 15th c.
This upstanding figure of a man wearing a habit is St Wolfgang the Bishop, canonized as early as the 11th c. He was particularly venerated in Germany. His figure is slightly bent and in his left hand the saint holds the model of a church with a belfry which is one of his attributes. His look of determination is enhanced by his tonsure and the simple collar of his tunic.
This expression is strengthened by the way the drapery folds fall in straight but well arranged lines to below the knee where an alb has smaller folds gathered at the foot.