Pot metal, white glass and silver stain
32.0 x 21.5 (12 5/8 x 8 1/2)
The damask ground is made up of stopgaps; the figures and canopy may not belong together. The robe has been painted with a modern design, and the donor’s face is overpainted.
Provenance: Julius Bohler, Munich (?); see discussion of previous panel’s provenance
Bibliography: Longstreet (1935), 47; Paul Frankl, letter, r 95 71 in the Gardner Museum files; Jenny Schneider, “Zeugmisse schweizerischer Glasmälerei in amerikanischen Muséen,” Zeitschrift für schweizerische Archiiologie und Kunstgeschichte 19 (1959), 97; Caviness et al. (1978), 99.
Collection: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (Boston, Massachusetts)
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