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Eleven panels from a casket

Carved bone. Two frames of five each.

Provenance

By 1889, presumably inherited from her husband by Mrs. T.F. Richardson, Washington, D.C. [see note 1]; April 5, 1932, inherited by her daughter Mrs. Charles J. White [see note 2]; by 1961, inherited by her husband Dr. Charles J. White, Boston, MA; 1961, gift of Dr. Charles J. White. (Accession date: April 12, 1961) NOTES: [1] From December 6, 1889, this object was lent to the MFA by the Mrs. T. F. Richardson as the property of "the late T.F. Richardson" (MFA Loan 1341). [2] In 1932, the loan to the museum was transferred to Mrs. Charles J. White (MFA Loan No. 87.32).

Credit Line

Gift of Dr. Charles J. White

Italian (?), Renaissance, 14th–15th century

Object Place

Italy

Accession Number

61.212a-k

Medium or Technique

Bone; carved

Collections

Europe

Classifications

Sculpture