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Openwork panel (fragments of a casket), 1 arch across (plaque ajourée; coffret) (Front)

Openwork panel (fragments of a casket), 1 arch across (plaque ajourée; coffret) (Front)
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Religious. Infancy of Christ.

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Baltimore, Walters Art Museum

Inv. 71.229


Height: 55mm
Width: 191mm

Man sowing standing beside grown corn (part of the Miracle of the Cornfield). Border of dentils; pierced trefoils.

Leeuwenberg 1969: France (?), last quarter of the 18th century to 1st half of the 19th century.
Museum's opinion 2010: North French or Flemish (?), 15th or 19th century.

Master of the Agrafe Forgeries (Leeuwenberg 1969)

Part of the same ensemble as Inv. 71.222-71.228, also in Baltimore. See related objects.

Bought together with 71.222-71.228 in Paris in 1923 by Henry Walters; Walters Art Museum, 1931, by bequest.

J. Leeuwenberg, 'Early Nineteenth-Century Gothic Ivories', in Aachener Kunstblätter, 39 (1969), pp. 111-148 (pp. 125-127, fig. 27).


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