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Title:

roundel

Maker(s) &
Production:

Unknown, maker, England

Category:

woodwork

Name:

roundel

Date:

1601 1625

Period:

early 17th Century

Description:

One of twelve wooden roundels, with an applied print of the Persian Sibyl. Hand-coloured in red, green, ochre and black. Inscribed in black ink. Undecorated reverse. With a small hole near the top at the edge

Technique(s):

painting
writing

Material(s):

wood
paint
paper
black ink

Dimension:

diameter, 13.7, cm

Acquisition:

given; 1920; Greg, T. T., Mrs

Provenance:

Previous owner: Robert Drane

Associated
Person:

Drane, Robert

Acquisition Credit:

Given by Mrs T. T. Greg

Documentation:

Hollstein, F. W. H.. et al.. 1949-. Dutch and Flemish etchings engravings and woodcuts, ca. 1450-1700.Amsterdam: Menno Hertzbergerp. 167
Vol XV. The Sibyl prints are from a set of eighteen prints entitled 'The Sibyls' by Crispin van de Passe de Oude, #314/331, 318/330

Church, A.H.. 1894. Some Minor Arts as Practised in England.London: Seeley and Co.p. 47-54
Mentions roundels/trenchers with Sibyls on them

Related Object(s):

M.5.1-1920; roundel
M.5.2-1920; roundel
M.5.3-1920; roundel
M.5.4-1920; roundel
M.5.5-1920; roundel
M.5.6-1920; roundel
M.5.7-1920; roundel
M.5.9-1920; roundel
M.5.10-1920; roundel
M.5.11-1920; roundel
M.5.12-1920; roundel
M.5.13 & A-1920; box and cover

Part Of:

M.5.1-13 & A-1920; Box containing twelve roundels or trenchers

Accession:

Object Number: M.5.8-1920
(Applied Arts)
(record id: 77306; input: 2002-11-20; modified: 2018-12-18)

Permanent
Identifier:

http://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/id/object/77306





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