Virgin and Child

South Netherlandish

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 305

In 1345 the Beguines (a religious order of lay women) of Saint Catherine at Diest paid two pounds for this sculpture, which originally stood on the high altar of the church. A copy remains there today.

Virgin and Child, Marble with traces of gilding, South Netherlandish

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