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Artist Anonymous, Italian School, Tuscan, active 13th century.
Title Madonna and Child Between SS. Francis and Anthony (?).
Date 13th century.
Description Graphic reproduction(s) with documentation of a painting.
Dimensions/Medium 35 1/2 x 26 in. (central panel).
35 1/2 x 20 in. (side panels, each).

Location Call Number Vol./Copy Status Information
 Frick Photoarchive Items  Tuscan School (13th century) 707-9h    NON-REQUESTABLE
Provenance (a) J.H.H. Kessler Collection, Bilthoven, Netherlands.
Current repository J.H.H. Kessler, Bilthoven, Netherlands, private.
Color notes (b) The Virgin's garment is lined with gold.
Attribution history (b) Italian School, Tuscan - 4th quarter 13th c. by van Marle, January 1935. Compare with the Madonna in Mosciano and that formerly in the Gualino collection; these latter two seem to be later and show a more evolved form of the same style. The painting shows rather strong Byzantine influence.
Subject (b) Half figures of St. Francis and another Franciscan saint, probably St. Anthony.
Images Publication, Bolletino d'Arte 3, 28 (January 1935): 302
Digital image, 11884.tif photograph March 6, 1999
Exhibitions (a) Italian Art in the Netherlands, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 10 July to 1 October 1934, lent by J.H.H. Kessler, as Florentine School, 13th century.
Sources (a) Exhibition of Italian Art in the Netherlands, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1934, p.66, fig.121.
(b) van Marle, Bollettino d'Arte, vol.xxviii, January 1935, p.301, ser.3.
(c) Garrison, Italian Romanesque Panel Painting, 1949, p.169, fig.459.
LC subject Anonymous, Italian School, Tuscan, active 13th century.
Art, Italian.
Other subject The Virgin: Madonna and Child: With saints and / or angels.
Form Italian School.
Paintings (visual works)
Other author Florentine School (13th century), active 13th century.
Related corporate bodies Frick Art Reference Library.
Private collection J.H.H. Kessler, art collection.
Frick artist name form Tuscan School (13th century), 13th C.

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