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A walnut model for the entrance to a shrine or chapel

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A walnut model for the entrance to a shrine or chapel, in three bays and two storeys, each bay surmounted by a putto seated on a scallop-shell niche, divided by foliage finials, the upper storey with three panels with scenes from the Life of the Virgin, the Annunciation, the Visitation and the Nativity, divided by columns, the horizontal friezes with panels of scrolling foliage, grotesque birds and cartouches; the lower part with scrolls, figures and cartouches...25in. by 15in. French, 16th cent

ID:  78569

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