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Madonna of Cambrai

  • burin engraving, paper
  • 461 x 361 mm
  • Inv. 2015-BA

Public Domain

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The Cambrai Madonna (Cambrai Cathedral), also called the Notre-Dame de Grâce, produced around 1340, is a small Italo-Byzantine, possibly Sienese, replica of an Eleusa (Mother of Mercy) icon.


Jacques I van Merlen RKD
Antwerp 1616 - Paris 1682
engravers (printmakers)AAT

Anonymous Master

Title Madonna of Cambrai
Period 17th century
Medium and support burin engraving AAT
Collection print room
Object type burin engraving AAT
Inventory number 2015-BA
Acquisition credit unknown
Current whereabouts Work currently not on display
IIIF Manifest
Art & Architecture Thesaurus 300055874 religious symbolism AAT
Keywords Iconclass 11D Christ Iconclass
11D21 Christ-child (with attributes) Iconclass
11F the Virgin Mary Iconclass
11F4 Madonna: i.e. Mary with the Christ-child Iconclass
11F41 Madonna: Mary standing (or half-length), Christ-child close to her bosom Iconclass
11F624 Mother of Mercy, 'Mater Misericordiae', 'Schutzmantelmadonna', 'Schutzmantelmaria' Iconclass
73 New Testament Iconclass
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