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Abraham Drawing the Children of Israel to His Breast, and Christ with Kneeling Monks, from an Antiphonary

A work made of manuscript cutting with tempera and gold leaf decorations, and gothic liturgical hand inscriptions in latin in black ink, ruled in red ink, on parchment.
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  • A work made of manuscript cutting with tempera and gold leaf decorations, and gothic liturgical hand inscriptions in latin in black ink, ruled in red ink, on parchment.

Date:

1330/40

Artist:

Flemish (Tournai) or Southern England

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Title

Abraham Drawing the Children of Israel to His Breast, and Christ with Kneeling Monks, from an Antiphonary

Origin

Flanders

Date

1330–1340

Medium

Manuscript cutting with tempera and gold leaf decorations, and gothic liturgical hand inscriptions in Latin in black ink, ruled in red ink, on parchment

Dimensions

327 × 212 mm

Credit Line

Field Museum of Natural History Exchange

Reference Number

1919.979

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