Also in the Fogg Art Museum are several panels with ancient fragments.
Composite panel with heads of different dates
The panel includes A a very fine early fifteenth-century youthful head of the York school (32.0 x 28.0 [12Vs x II]) and B a Flemish or English bearded head of the second quarter of the sixteenth century (24.5 x 20.0 [ 9s/s x Tis]). XWA 126 (temporary number). The upper lights of window n Ill in the Naumburg Room each contain a panel of fragments (33.0 x 24.0 f13 x 91/, 6 ]). Among them are: two fourteenth-century heads (glass xxx, n; glass xxx 1, b2), a fifteenth-century inscription: [… J EL YS HYM CAN (glass XIX, q), and a patched or composite shield, gules three crowns or (glass XXJ V, d1). Windows Ill b2 is a composite heraldic panel with the Inscription: JACOB.S HYETSIN I LO STA.TIENSJS ANNO I XEC […] RATOR SALUTI. I 1582.
Collection: Harvard University: William Hayes Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
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