La Passion de nostre seigneur ihesus christ

Object Details

Title:

La Passion de nostre seigneur ihesus christ

Artist/Maker:

Master of Guillaume Lambert and workshop (French, active about 1475 - 1485)
Attributed to Jean Gerson (French, 1363 - 1429)

Culture:

French

Place:

Lyon, France (Place created)

Date:

about 1480–1490

Medium:

Tempera colors, gold and silver paints, silver leaf, and black ink on parchment bound between pasteboard covered with red morocco

Object Number:

Ms. 25

Dimensions:

Leaf: 30.5 × 21.6 cm (12 × 8 1/2 in.)

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