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Side Panel of a Crupper
Left Side Panel of a Crupper
Crinet Plate Belonging to an Armor of Duke Nikolaus "the Black" Radziwill
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This artwork is currently on display in Gallery 373
Once part of a very elaborate horse armor, this crupper panel is one of the few surviving examples from the fifteenth century to retain its original blued and gilt decoration.
Ex coll.: Archduke Eugen, Fortress of Hohenwerfen, Austria; Clarence H. Mackay, Roslyn L.I.
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