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

Wing, left (fragment of a diptych), 1 register, 3 arches across (plaquette; frise d'arcatures) (Front)
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S'-Heerenberg, Huis Bergh Castle

Inv. 398


Height: 150mm
Width: 96mm
Depth: 15mm

Standing Virgin and Child (Vierge glorieuse); Christ seated on left arm; Virgin holding a flower in her right hand; Christ holding a fruit in his left hand; two standing angels holding candlesticks; angel crowning the Virgin.
Pointed trefoils in the spandrels.

Utrecht 1987: Île-de-France, 3rd quarter of the 14th century.
's-Heerenberg 2008: Paris, 2nd quarter of the 14th century.
Museum online catalogue 2012: 19th century.

Atelier of the Cracow casket ('s-Heerenberg 2008)

Traces of two missing hinges on the right side.

Purchased for the museum by Jan Herman van Heek from Brimo de Laroussilhe, art dealer, Paris, before 1948.

R. van Luttervelt, Inventarislijst van de varzameling schilderijen, beeldouwwerken, handschriften en andere kunstvoorwerpen, op Huis Bergh, s'-Herenberg, opgemaakt door Dr. R. van Luttevelt, October - November 1948, (typescript, copy held in Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum library), p. 119.
J. H. van Heek, Huis Bergh: kasteel en collectie, ed by R. A. A. van Gruting (Nijmegen, 1987), pl. 82.
Gotische ivoren: Rijksmuseum het Catharijneconvent Utrecht, Catalogue, Utrecht, 1987, no. 24.
Voyages of Discovery in the Collections of Huis Bergh, ed. by A. de Vries ('s-Heerenberg, 2008), pp. 38-51 (esp. pp. 45-47), pl. 20.


© Collection Dr. J.H. van Heek, Huis Bergh Castle, s'-Heerenberg.

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