This highly expressive polychrome wooden sculpture was registered in the sculpture collection of the Art Museum of Estonia in 1949. The museum staff believe that it is a Baroque sculpture from post-Reformation times when the depiction of saints disappeared and only the embodiment of virtues – both Christian (faith, hope, love) and secular (wisdom, justice, determination and moderation) – remained. The expressiveness of a pregnant woman crying (or laughing?!) would suggest that it is a secular female figure depicting a universal vulnerability. To the eye of a modern viewer, it might as well be the Virgin Mary.