On display in the sixth room is late 15th-century Silesian art. The Annunciation (c. 1480 ) from St. Elizabeth 's church in Wroclaw still has qualities of the fine style despite the sharp folds of the robes, characteristic of the closing stage of the Gothis. On the other hand, the maker of the altar St.Luke Painting the Virgin Mary (c. 1510) represent a new, realistic trend in Silesian art. The altar of Holy Virgins of Nysa is also his work.
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