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Umbrian Madonna and Child

Description

Figure of the Virgin and Child (Madonna and Child) in carved poplar wood with gesso and bearing traces of pigment and gilding: Italian, Umbria, by the Master of the Gualino St Catherine (Santa Caterina Gualino), 1315 - 1345

Museum reference

A.1950.323

Collection

Decorative and Applied Art

Object name

Figure

Production information

Master of the Gualino St Catherine
Umbria, Italy, EUROPE

Date

1315 - 1345

Materials

Poplar, Gesso, Pigment, Gilt

Physical description

Wood with gesso and bearing traces of pigment

Associations

Depicted: Virgin and Child
Former owner: Sadler, Michael, Sir, 1861 - 1943

Exhibitions

  • Art of Living (08 Jul 2016)
    National Museum of Scotland

References

https://www.nms.ac.uk/explore-our-collections/stories/art-and-design/umbrian-madonna

https://www.nms.ac.uk/collections-research/our-research/featured-projects/revealing-the-layers-the-umbrian-madonna-and-child/the-umbrian-madonna-sculpture-and-3d-medieval-painting/

On display

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