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Wing, right (fragment of a diptych), 1 register, 3 arches across (frise d'arcatures) (Front)

Wing, right (fragment of a diptych), 1 register, 3 arches across (frise d'arcatures) (Front)
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Utrecht, Catharijneconvent

Inv. ABM bi756


Height: 105mm
Width: 70mm
Depth: 9mm
Weight: 80g

Ascension; Virgin and apostles including saint John the Evangelist.
Trefoils in the spandrels.

Utrecht 1962: France, 14th century.
Maastricht 1947: France, end of the 14th century.
Catalogus 1962 and The Hague 1963: France, 2nd half of the 14th century.
Koekkoek 1987: France (?), 3rd quarter of the 14th century.
Museum's opinion 2011: c. 1350-1375.


Traces of two missing hinges on the left side.

Flat and smooth. Modern paper labels with provenance information. Pierced with two holes, with a circular recess around the lower hole.

Object Condition
Cracked from hole in upper rim down to centre. Chipped upper left corner.

Given to the convent before 19 September 1882 by Mgr. A. I. Schaepman, from Schalkwijk.

Middeleeuwsche kunst uit eigen en particulier bezit, exhibition catalogue, Utrecht, Aartsbisschoppelijk Museum, 21 December 1945-20 January 1946, no. 62.
Maria in de kunst, exhibition catalogue, Maastricht, Kloostergang der basiliek van Onze Lieve Vrouwe, 9 August-8 September 1947, no. 75.
Catalogus Beeldhouwkunst in het Aartsbisschoppelijk Museum, Utrecht (Utrecht, 1962), no. 37.
Kunst uit kerkelijke Musea in Nederland in het Gemeentemuseum, exhibition catalogue, The Hague, 1963, no. 61.
R. Koekkoek, Gotische ivoren in het Catharijneconvent (Utrecht, 1987), no. 5.


© Museum Catharijneconvent, Utrecht.

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