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Wing, left (part of a diptych), 1 register, 3 arches across (plaquette; frise d'arcatures) (Front)

Wing, left (part of a diptych), 1 register, 3 arches across (plaquette; frise d'arcatures) (Front)
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Langres, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire Guy-Baillet

S/n (stolen)


Height: 151mm
Width: 112mm

Standing Virgin and Child (Vierge glorieuse); Virgin trampling a dragon (basilisk); two standing angels holding candlesticks; two angels holding navettes and swinging censers; saint Peter holding a key; saint Paul holding a sword.
Pinnacles; brickwork or tiled roof; beaded border; capitals decorated with animal heads (lion heads?).

Koechlin Number: 0825

Koechlin 1924: France, 2nd half of the 14th century.
Erlande-Brandenburg, Le Pogam, Sandron 1993: Middle Rhineland, c. 1400.

Atelier of the Kremsmünster Diptych (Koechlin 1924)

Traces of two missing hinges on the right side.

The right wing is Cl. 10904 at the Musée national du Moyen Age-Thermes de Cluny.

Collection of Pierre Guyot de Giey: his gift to the Museum in 1845; stolen from the Museum in June 1977.

Exposition Universelle de 1900, Catalogue illustré Officiel de l'Exposition Rétrospective de l'Art Français (Paris, 1900), no. 144.
R. Koechlin, Les Ivoires gothiques français (Paris, 1924), I, pp. 301, 302, 303; II, no. 825; III, pl. CXLVIII.
A. Erlande-Brandenburg, P.-Y. Le Pogam, D. Sandron, Musée national du Moyen Âge-Thermes de Cluny: guide des collections (Paris, 1993), p. 146 (in relation to no. 179, the right wing of this diptych).


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