Description & Technical information
This charming fragment survives as an element from a vertical Renaissance border, the head of a faun with two fangs coming out of its mouth and below with foliate decoration in grisaille and colors. The faun is unusually fully modeled with a combination of bold cross-hatching and stick work.
Period: 1400-1600, 16th Century
Medium: Stained glass
Categories: Illuminated Manuscripts & Medieval Works of Art, Works of Art
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Medieval Works of Art including Illuminated Manuscripts, Miniatures, Books of Hours and Rings
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