Pot metal glass, white with silver stain, and abraded red flash
30.5 x 22.5 (12 x 8 7/8)
There are a few replacements in the columns
Provenance: Julius Bohler, Munich (?) The files indicate that in 1897 two panels without much color were purchased from Bohler in Munich, and two others were bought from Pickert in Nuremberg; the former would seem to be the roundels with the Brazen Serpent and St. Benedict (c6e5 and 13), which will be catalogued later. However, uncertainty about the provenance of these roundels has been expressed, since the St. Benedict panel is Nuremberg work and might be expected to have been purchased there.
Bibliography: Longstreet I 93 5), 47; Caviness et al. (1978), 99.
Collection: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (Boston, Massachusetts)
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