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Noli Me Tangere

early 15th century
Italian, Florence or Sienna
Silk and metal thread
L. 75 1/2 x W. 10 1/4 inches (191.8 x 26.0 cm)
Credit Line:
Fletcher Fund, 1946
Accession Number:
On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 500
The textile depicts Christ immediately after the Resurrection at the moment when he is recognized by Mary Magdalene. This repeating design may have been used as a decorative border or apparel for a dalmatic. One half of a dalmatic made entirely of this fabric is in the collection of the Musée des Tissus in Lyon, France.
[ Giorgio Sangiorgi , Rome, until 1946; to Loewi ] ; [ Adolph Loewi , Los Angeles, 1946; sold to MMA ]
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