Massacre of the Holy Innocents

Massacre of the Holy Innocents

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Object Name: 
Glass Panel
Massacre of the Holy Innocents
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
Overall Glass W: 20.2 cm, L: 17.1 cm; Frame W: 25.9-26.1 cm, L: 28.6 cm, Th: 3.4 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
A clear, glass pane, with numerous bubbles. Edges have been intentionally chipped. Polychrome painting and gilding on one side, covered with a thick layer of green paint. One corner has been broken and repaired, mounted in a wooden frame with four large wooden hinges.
MacPherson, William J., Source
Die Freiburger Glasmalerei Des 16 Bis 18 Jahrhunderts (2014) illustrated, p. 823;
Die Schaffhauser Glasmalerei Des 16. Bis 18 Jahrhunderts (2010) illustrated, p. 132; BIB# 119866
Things Not to Miss in the Corning Museum of Glass (1991) illustrated, p. 115; BIB# AI30136
Reverse Paintings on Glass: The Mildred Lee Ward Collection (1978) illustrated, p. 114, #436; BIB# 29255