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A0216a
 
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Dating 1390?
Location Unknown (England)
Type of the object alabaster relief
Provenance England
Place of exposition Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Date of manufacturing 1390-1400
Artist Unknown
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Victoria and Albert Museum
Panel
The Resurrection
1390-1400
Carved, painted and gilt alabaster
Artist/designer - Unknown
Place - England
Dimensions
Height 43.3 cm
Width 28.1 cm
Museum number - A.110-1946
Gallery location: Sculpture, Room 111, The Gilbert Bayes Gallery, case 7
Christ strides from his tomb, risen from the dead. The carved frame around the scene indicates that the panel was made in the late 14th century. But this is a transitional piece, showing features associated with later alabaster design. The carving is deep and three-dimensional, and the entire surface has been carved or decorated.
Credit line
Given by Dr W. L. Hildburgh FSA
Formerly in the collection of Count P. Biver. In the possession of P. Nelson from whom it was acquired by Dr W.L. Hildburgh. On loan from him since 1926. Given by Dr Hildburgh in 1946.

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A0216b
 
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Title Guardian
Dating 1400?
Location Unknown (England)
Type of the object alabaster relief
Provenance England
Place of exposition Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Date of manufacturing vers 1400-1420
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Resurrection du Christ, Angleterre, vers 1400-1420
Victoria and Albert Museum

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The Resurrection
Object: Panel
Place of origin: England (made)
Date: early 15th century (made)
Artist/Maker: Unknown
Materials and Techniques: Carved, painted and gilt alabaster
Dimensions - Height: 42.5 cm, Width: 27.7 cm
Object history note - Acquired by Dr W. L. Hildburgh in Berlin. On loan from him to the Museum since 1930. Given by Dr Hildburgh in 1946.
Descriptive line - Panel, alabaster, The Resurrection, England, early 15th century.
Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no)
Cheetham, Francis. English Medieval Alabasters. Oxford: Phaidon-Christie's Limited, 1984. p. 276 (cat. 203), ill. ISBN 0-7148-8014-0
Materials - Alabaster; Paint; Gilt
Credit Line: Given by Dr W. L. Hildburgh FSA
Museum number: A.175-1946
Gallery location: In Storage
Christ is shown with his right hand raised in blessing and holding a cross-staff in his left hand, stepping from the tomb. He places His right foot on the chest of a recumbend soldier in front of the tomb. Another soldier sits on the tomb, holding a weapon (now missing) in his left hand. A third soldier is behind the tomb leaning on it to sleep.
This panel has an embattled top and is turreted at the corners, which was popular in the early 15th century.
Physical description
The panel has an embattled top, turreted at the corners. The haloed and bearded Christ, wearing the torse and the loincloth and with the shroud draped over his shoulders, his right arm raised in blessing, holds in his left hand the cross-staff and banner of the Resurrection. He steps from the tomb onto the chest of a moustachioed soldier, who lies on a raised piece of ground in front of the tomb, holding in his right hand a battle-axe on the ground beside him. He wears a pointed basinet and tippet of mail, a low-belted jupon, gauntlets and armour. Another soldier, wearing a short, belted tunic is seated on the right of the tomb, holding the shaft of a spear (?) between his knees with his left hand, and turning to look up at Christ. A third soldier is represented asleep behind the tomb, leaning on it, his head resting on his hands, and a lance beside him. The basinet only of a fourth soldier is to be seen on the right of the panel behind Christ's left arm.
The top left corner of the panel is missing. The cross of Christ's staff and the top of the right-hand soldier's weapon are missing, and the face of Christ is badly worn. Green paint remains on the ground at the bottom of the panel. Much gilding still remains on the background of the panel with traces of gesso knobs. There are traces of gilding and red paint on the figures. The back of the panel has three holes filled with lead.

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Title Guardian
Dating 1400?
Location Unknown (England)
Type of the object alabaster relief
Provenance England
Place of exposition Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Date of manufacturing early 15th century
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Resurrection
Relief
early 15th century (made)
ARTIST/MAKER - Unknown
PLACE OF ORIGIN - England (made)
The bearded Christ, wearing the torse and loincloth is represented with his right hand extended and raised in blessingl He holds in his left hand the cross-staff of the Resurrection, the banner of which is carved onto the background of the panel. He steps from the tomb onto the body of a moustachioed soldier, who wears a pointed basinet and tippet, a low-belted jupon, gauntlets and armour. He lies against a raised piece of ground on the left of the panel in front of the tombm and holds in his right hand the blade of the battle-axe which lies on the ground beside him. A soldier similar to the first, but wearing a wide-sleeved short tunic, is seated asleep on a mound at the end of the tomb on the right, leaning on his axe.
The top of the panel has a embattled canopy, a feature popular in the early 15th century. This feature links it to four other panels in the V&A (A.152-1946, A.154-1946, A.171-1946, A.172-1946) which must originally have formed an altarpiece showing scenes from Christ's Passion. This altarpiece was originally in the old oratory of the church of the Holy Sepulchre in Palma de Mallorca.
DIMENSIONS - Height (cm) 44,4 Width (cm) 28,5 Depth (cm) 6,0
OBJECT HISTORY - Given by Dr W.L Hildburgh after having been on loan since 1928.
BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCE - Cheetham, Francis. English Medieval Alabasters. Oxford: Phaidon-Christie's Limited, 1984, no. 202
ACCESSION NUMBER - A.154-1946

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A0216d
 
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Title Guardian
Dating 1400?
Location Nottingham
Type of the object alabaster relief
Provenance England
Place of exposition Los Angeles County Museum of Art, USA
Date of manufacturing circa 1400
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The Resurrection of Christ
England, Nottingham, circa 1400
Sculpture
Alabaster with traces of polychromy and gilding
17 ? 11 ? 2 in. (43.18 ? 27.94 ? 5.08 cm)
Gift of William Randolph Hearst Foundation (49.26.10)
Currently on public view: Ahmanson Building, floor 3 MAP IT
Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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