Barlaam und Josaphat

Object Details

Title:

Barlaam und Josaphat

Artist/Maker(s):

Follower of Hans Schilling (German, active 1459 - 1467)

from the Workshop of Diebold Lauber (German, active 1427 - 1467)

Rudolf von Ems (Austrian, about 1200 - 1254)

Workshop of Diebold Lauber (German, active 1427 - 1467)

Culture:

Alsatian

Place(s):

Hagenau, Alsace, France (formerly Germany) (Place created)

Date:

1469

Medium:

Tempera colors, colored washes, and ink on paper bound between wood boards covered with pigskin

Dimensions:

Closed: 30.8 x 21.9 x 9.2 cm (12 1/8 x 8 5/8 x 3 5/8 in.)

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