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    Engraving Plate Painting
    Germany or Northern Europe
    15th to 17th century.
    6-3/8"L. x 4-1/2"W.
    Copper engraving plate with the Betrayal of Christ and a double portrait of a married couple painted in oil. The engraving plate is after the Betrayal of Christ by Martin Schongauer (c. 1448-1491); it has the initials S.N. at the bottom. The couple on the other side looks out at the viewer as they hold up a golden ring together, symbol of their marriage. The ruff collars on their costumes were worn in northern Europe between the mid-16th and the mid-17th centuries.


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    March, 2008
    19th Wednesday
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