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A wing of a diptych of rectangular shape

Maker:  carvings, Ivory

Description: 

Ivory carvings: A wing of a diptych of rectangular shape, depicting the Coronation of the Virgin, the Virgin seated with hands folded facing the seated figure of God the Father who places the crown on Her head with an attendant kneeling at Her side holding an open book, and two censing angels above, in a crocketed trefoil arch with quatrefoils in the spandrels - 5 7/8in. by 3 3/4in. French, circa 1330-40

ID:  78225

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

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