Italy, Milan Cathedral, New Testament window, attributed to Antonio da Fandino
Pot metal glass, and white glass with silver stain
112 x 61 (44 1/8 x 24) (approx.)
The head of Christ is a stopgap of later date, attributed to Agostino de’Mottis; many purples are replaced and the buildings above the arch are new
Provenance: A. Pickert, Nuremberg, 1875
Bibliography: Longstreet (1935), 265-266; Giuseppe Marchini, “Vetri italiani in America,” Arte in Europa. Scritti di storia dell’arte in onore di Edoardo Arslan (Milan, 1966), 432-433 fig. 286b; Catherine Pirina, “Stained Glass from Milan Cathedral in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum,” Fenway Court (1983), 32, fig. 10.
Collection: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (Boston, Massachusetts)
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