Seated Virgin and Child; bare-chested Christ; crown; throne.
Crosshatched background; foliated border; columns.
Museum's opinion 2014: Flemish or Burgundian, 2nd half of the 15th century.
Polychromy - Gilding
Extensive traces of gilding and polychromy: gold (foliated decoration, hair, crown, throne) and red (architectural details).
Curved. The handle which was originally set into a chamfered slot in the back has been lost and has been replaced by a metal addition, pierced at the top for suspension. Traces of glue.
Broken vertically in two pieces which have been put back together.
Possibly from Toledo. Acquired by the Museum in 1941 from the Servicio de Defensa del Patrimonio Artístico Nacional.
Museo de Valladolid. Guía- Colecciones, ed. by G. Delibes De Castro, F. Pérez Rodríguez, E. Wattenberg García (Salamanca, 1997), p. 200 (E. Wattenberg García).
Comercio, mercado y economía en tiempos de la reina Isabel la Católica, exhibition catalogue, Medina del Campo, Museo de las Ferias, April-June 2004, p. 230 (E. Wattenberg García).
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