Rothschild Canticles (f. 142r): Swearing at confession; Woman kneeling in supplication to Virgin and Child
ID
 
174
 
Original Country
 
France
 
Sorting Title
 
Rothschild Canticles (f. 142r): Swearing at confession; Woman kneeling in supplication to Virgin and Child
 
Subject
 

Description: In the top vignette, a seated monk with one hand up to his ear listens to a woman seated beside him. In the lower vignette, a woman kneels before the Virgin and Child with hands clasped together.

 
Creation Date
 
c. 1300
 
Century
 
14th
 
Style Genre
 
Medieval
 
Work Type
 
dissertation/thesis
 
Measurements
 
ca. 118 x 84 mm
 
Format Medium
 

vignettes

 
Original Location
 

Flanders or Upper Rhineland

 
Provenance
 

Collection of William Alexander Douglas, Duke of Hamilton and Brandon.
Reverend Walter Sneyd, gift from Douglas in 1856.
Sotheby, sold 16 December 1903, no.513 Bernard Quaritch, London.
Collection of Edmond de Rothschild, MS 98, sold 24 June 1968 no.1 in Paris, Palais GalliƩra.
Acquired from H.P. Kraus in 1968 as the gift of Edwin J. Beinecke.

 
Current Repository
 

Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University

 
Repository Number
 
MS 404
 
Image of Rothschild Canticles (f. 142r): Swearing at confession; Woman kneeling in supplication to Virgin and Child.