The checklist for the Brooklyn Museum is incomplete. Much of the glass has not been photographed; it is in storage and unavailable for study. Some hint of the number of pieces still to be listed can be gleaned from museum records, which include the following works: Four additional panels from the collection of Walter Rothschild: 55.84-1 A Virgin Holding the Model of a Church, South Lowlands, 15th century; 55.84-2 Donors with Patron Saint South Lowlands, 16th century; 5 5.84-5 Roundel with Bearded Elder Germany (?), 16th century 55.84-6; Roundel with Bearded Elder Germany (?), 16th century; Two panels from the collection of Frederic B. Pratt, Glen Cove, N.Y.; 43.242 B The Annunciation, origin and date undetermined; 43.242 A The Visitation, origin and date undetermined; Sixteen panels from the collection of the Babbott family, uncatalogued but including five armorial panels, Germany and England, 16th and 17th century; three heraldic panels with figures, Switzerland, 16th and 17th century; two enameled panels with Sts. Peter and Paul, South Lowlands, 16th century; two panels with female saint, England, 15th century; St. Dorothea, Germany, 16th century; and three silver stained roundels. Four additional panels from the museum collection are published in The Gallery of Medieval Art [exh. cat., The Brooklyn Museum] (New York, 1936), nos. 174-177 (not ill.).
Collection: The Brooklyn Museum (New York, New York)
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