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Medieval Art from Private Collections

Medieval Art from Private Collections

Gómez-Moreno, Carmen
1968
360 pages
240 illustrations
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Illuminated Manuscripts

Paintings and Drawings

Sculpture

Ivories

Metalwork

Goldsmiths' Work

Enamels

Stained Glass

Embroideries and Tapestries

Various Media

Head of Christ, Master of the Orcagnesque Misericordia  Italian, Tempera on wood, gold ground
Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints Peter, Bartholomew, Catherine of Alexandria, and Paul, and (below) the Nativity; left wing (top to bottom): Annunciatory Angel, Crucified Christ with the Virgin, Saints Mary Magdalen and John, and Christ as the Man of Sorrows; right wing (top to bottom): Virgin Annunciate, Saints Onophrius and Paphnutius, and Saint Onophrius Buried by Saint Paphnutius., Matteo di Pacino  Italian, Tempera on wood, gold ground, Italian
Multiple artists/makers
ca. 1380–90
Virgin and Child with a Kneeling Donor, in a Quatrefoil, Pen and brush and brownish black ink and grayish brown wash on ribbed paper., Austrian (Salzburg)
Austrian (Salzburg)
ca. 1430–35
Men Shoveling Chairs (Scupstoel), Vranke van der Stockt  Netherlandish, Pen and brown ink over traces of black chalk.
1444–50
Head of a Youth, Limestone, French
French
ca. 1150–75
Architectural Frieze, Limestone, French
French
second quarter 12th century
Mourner, Pere Oller  Catalan, Alabaster, Catalan
ca. 1417
Saint James the Greater, Alabaster, with traces of polychromy, North French or South Netherlandish
North French or South Netherlandish
ca. 1450–60
Saint Peter, Alabaster, with traces of polychromy, North French or South Netherlandish
North French or South Netherlandish
ca. 1450–60
Saint Andrew, Alabaster, with traces of polychromy, North French or South Netherlandish
North French or South Netherlandish
ca. 1450–60
Saint Margaret of Antioch, Alabaster, with traces of gilding, French
French
ca. 1475
Saint James the Greater, Gil de Siloe  Spanish, Alabaster with paint and gilding, Spanish
1489–93
Polycandelon, Cast copper alloy, Byzantine
Byzantine
6th century
Censer, Cast copper alloy, Byzantine
Byzantine
6th century
Censer Handle with Virgin Orant, Cast copper alloy, Byzantine
Byzantine
13th–14th century
Pitcher, Copper alloy, cast, South Italian
South Italian
ca. 1100–1150
Aquamanile in the Form of a Lion, Bronze; binary copper alloy (approx. 88% copper, approx. 8% tin) hollow cast,<br/>chased, engraved, and gilded., North German, Lubeck (?)
North German, Lubeck (?)
ca. 1230 or early nineteenth century
Aquamanile in the Form of a Lion, Copper alloy, glass inlays, North German
North German
12th century
Crucified Christ, Copper alloy, gilt, Italian
Italian
second half 14th century
Aquamanile in the Form of a Unicorn, Copper alloy, German
German
ca. 1425–50
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