Description This panel is carved in openwork and shows St. Catherine enthroned between the standing figures of St. Peter and St. Paul. Formerly described as dating from the 14th century, the piece has been identified as an early 19th-century creation by the 'Master of the Agrafe Forgeries', based on the unusual iconography and details such as the carved haloes and the agrafe of Saint Catherine, which are not consistent with late medieval ivories.
- The International Style: The Arts in Europe Around 1400. The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore. 1962.
- Artful Deception: The Craft of the Forger. The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore; Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, Grosse Pointe Shores; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma City; Portland Museum of Art, Portland; The Fine Arts Center at Cheekwood, Nashville; Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix; Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia; Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento; Elvehjem Museum of Art, Madison; Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, Rochester; The Barnum Museum, Bridgeport. 1987-1992.
Provenance Collection of the Very Reverend Dr Daniel Rock [1799-1871]; Charles Stein collection, Paris; Sir Thomas Gibson-Carmichael collection; Christie's Sale, London, 12 May 1902, lot 152; purchased by George Harding; purchased by Henry Walters, New York, 1903; by bequest to Walters Art Museum, 1931.
Credit Purchased by Henry Walters, 1903
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