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Artist Anonymous, Italian School, Lombard, active 13th century, attributed to.
Title Virgin and Child and St. John Evangelist; St. Francis and St. Clara.
Description Graphic reproduction(s) with documentation of a fresco.
Dimensions/Medium 96 in. (high).
243.8 cm (high).

Location Call Number Vol./Copy Status Information
 Frick Photoarchive Items  Lombard School (13th century) 712 P28 Sa27 c    NON-REQUESTABLE
Provenance (d) Chiesa di S. Teodoro, Pavia, Italy, second pilaster to the left, crypt.
Current repository S. Teodoro, Pavia, Pavia, Italy, public.
Attribution history (b) Byzantine School - 12th c. by Toesca, 1912. With Western modification of Madonna only; (a) Attributed to Italian School, Lombard - 2nd half 12th to 2nd half 13th c. by G. Natali, 1911; (c,d) Anonymous - 13th c., (c) by van Marle, 1923. Byzantine characteristics are becoming less evident, (d) by Sansoni, 1939; (e) Attributed to Italian School, Lombard by Sansoni, 1943.
Subject (a) Beneath Madonna and S. John Evangelist is another fresco, depicting SS. Francis and Clara. Almost all of these uncovered frescoes are painted forming a palimpsest.
Images Photograph, Sansoni 28921 Frick Art Reference Library, New York (FARL) negative
Digital image, 8210.tif photograph March 6, 1999
Digital image, 28921_POST.tif negative
Digital image, 28921_POST.tif negative
Sources (a) G. Natali, Pavia e la sua Certosa, 1911, p.39.
(b) Toesca, La Pittura e la Miniatura nella Lombardia, 1911, p.126 (rep. p.127, Madonna only).
(c) van Marle, Italian Schools of Painting, vol.i, 1923, pp.223 to 224.
(d) Sansoni, list, 1939.
(e) Frick Art Reference Library, 1943.
LC subject Anonymous, Italian School, Lombard, active 13th century.
Art, Italian.
Other subject Frescoes and / or murals.
Form Italian School.
Frescoes (paintings)
Paintings (visual works)
Related corporate bodies S. Teodoro, Pavia.
Frick Art Reference Library.
Frick artist name form Lombard School (13th century), 13th C., attributed to.
Variant attribution Byzantine School (12th century).
Fund Record created with funding from ARTstor.

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