Panel with Man and Woman

Object Name: 
Panel with Man and Woman

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Object Name: 
Panel with Man and Woman
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
88.3.20
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 34.4 cm, W: 23.7 cm, Th: 1.1 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
1617
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass, lead; blown (sheet glass) segments, enameled and stained, leaded together. Flat, rectangular panel, made up of several parts leaded together; depicting a man in red shirt hose and red jacket, with cuffs at the neck and wrists, wearing a tan outer jacket with powder charges in cylindrical canisters hanging from a belt running diagonally across his chest, holding a gun in his left hand, resting on his left shoulder, his right hand resting on a dagger in his belt, a long sword with lion-head pommel hanging at his left side, wearing a brown, wide-brimmed hat with ostrich feather; a woman stands at the right, wearing a blue and yellow dress, with gray panel at the front, the panel decorated with scrolls; cuffs at the neck and wrists; extending a gold goblet in her left hand, above the goblet a swag of fruit, flowers, and foliage; a balustrade behind the figures; a panel at the bottom with two shields, that at the left with star and cross on an amber background, decorated with scrolls; that at the right with a gold star on a blue background, with scrollwork decoration; inscribed in black between the shields "...üit Scha|rer zu Hoff / ... ten und Kattrina geb / ... sin Egemahel 1617"; a red bar above the two figures, with blue shield at the center; a panel at the top inscribed in black German letters "Der CXXVIII psalm / Sa|lig ist der den heren fürchtet und / in sinen wa|gen wandelt, du wist dich nere - / mit diner ha|nden arbeit dü wirst sa|lig / Sin und ess gut haben, din wib wirt sin / wie früchbare winra|ben die na|ben / an dinen ha|sse Stat"; the panel flanked by two putti.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Hinton, Philip D., Former Collection
1988
Category: 
Stained Glass Before 1700 in Upstate New York (2004) illustrated, pp. 94-98; 100-101; BIB# 86517
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 1988 (1989) p. 6;