Central Portion of a Tabernacle


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 304

The profusion of small ivory tabernacles, such as this one, carved withthemes relating to the glorification of the Virgin, in thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Paris strongly suggests that these pieces derive from large altarpieces now lost.

Central Portion of a Tabernacle, Ivory, French

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