This elegant sculpture reflects aspects of both contemporary ivories and monumental sculpture, especially the refined, yet supple drapery and the delicate facial features. Originally painted, the figure would probably have been housed within a small architectural tabernacle.
Economos, Paris; Arnold Seligmann, Rey & Co., Inc.(?), Paris and New York; George and Florence Blumenthal, Paris and New York (until 1941)
Avril, François, ed. L'art au temps des rois maudits: Philippe le Bel et ses fils, 1285-1328. Paris: Réunion des Musées Nationaux, 1998. no. 72, p. 127.