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Female Saint Reliquary I    Reliquaries for the Skulls of Female Saints    Oak, polychromy, and oil gilding. South Lowlands, Brabant, early 16th century.

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Reliquary - Female Saint

One of three reliquary busts of female companions to the virgin martyr Saint Ursula. South Netherlandish Brabant possibly Brussels Oak with paint and gilding Photographed at The Cloisters a subsidiary venue of The Met in New York, New York USA

Skull Reliquary - Female Saint 2 by tammyotoes, via Flickr

Skull Reliquary of a patron Saint - Medieval Europe, now in the Cloisters, New York

Reliquary Bust of a Female Saint - Bust reliquaries for the skulls of saints were placed on or near altars and, by the late Middle Ages, often assembled in large numbers in church sanctuaries.  The small glazed medallion resembling jewelry once displayed additional relics. On particular feast days, such reliquaries were carried in processions.

Reliquary Bust of a Female Saint Date: ca. Geography: Made in possibly Brussels, Belgium Culture: South Netherlandish Medium: Oak, paint, gilt Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 1959 Accession Number:

bust-reliquary of Saint Thuis in Dommartin, seventeenth century

bust-reliquary of Saint Thuis in Dommartin, seventeenth century

Bust-reliquary of Saint Ursula, c.1700; she is depicted with her symbolic attributes, a crown and arrow.

Bust-reliquary of Saint Ursula, she is depicted with her symbolic attributes, a crown and arrow.

Святая Кристина, Santa Cristina (Espagne, ca. 1500, Musée Pouchkine, Moscou)

Святая Кристина - The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts

Angel Espionage: Giovanni di BartoloCopper - Reliquary Bust of Saint Juliana, ca. 1376

Reliquary Bust of Saint Juliana - Circle of Giovanni di Bartolo - Italian - Copper, gilding, gesso, and tempera paint - ca.

☥ Figurative Ceramic Sculpture ☥  Reliquary circa 1350

Reliquary circa 1350 - This Saint was of the nobility - perhaps the armorials on this bust can help trace who she is.

Female Saint Reliquary II    Reliquaries for the Skulls of Female Saints    Oak, polychromy, and oil gilding. South Lowlands, Brabant (Brussels?), early 16th century.

Female Saint Reliquary II Reliquaries for the Skulls of Female Saints Oak, polychromy, and oil gilding.

Reliquary Bust of a Female Saint Date: ca. 1520–30 Geography: Made in possibly Brussels, Belgium Culture: South Netherlandish Medium: Oak, paint, gilt Dimensions: Overall: 16 11/16 x 12 3/4 x 6 1/4 in. (42.4 x 32.4 x 15.9 cm) Classification: Sculpture-Wood Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 1959 Accession Number: 59.70

the-weird-wide-web:Unknown Artist-Reliquary bust of an unknown female saint, probably a companion of St Ursula, South Netherlandish, c.

hismarmorealcalm:  “Reliquary Bust of Saint Balbina Circa 1520–1530 Painted and gilded oak  ”

Title: Treasures of Heaven Artist: Unkown Date: Unkown Materials: Unknown Dimensions: Unknown Location: Unknown Museum: Walters Art Museum Comments:

Reliquary Bust of a Female Saint

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