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1966.363
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 (Southern?) France, 17th century
Crucifixion
Medium: terracotta
Measurements: Overall: 38.8cm x 26.1cm
Date: last half 1600s
1966.363 | Norman O. Stone and Ella A. Stone Memorial Fund
 Provenance
Alberto di Castro (Rome, Italy), sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1966.
       
1941.68
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 Austria, Salzburg, 15th century
The Adoration of the Magi
Medium: tempera and gold on wood (oak)
Measurements:
Date: c. 1424
1941.68 | Delia E. Holden and L. E. Holden Funds
 Provenance
Baron Kuffner, Castle Diózeg, Hungary (1905). (Paul Drey, New York).
       
1967.229
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 Austria, Vienna, 18th century
Mourning Mary
Medium: stone with traces of original color
Measurements: Overall: 130.2cm x 59.3cm x 43.2cm
Date: c. 1710-1740
1967.229 | Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund
 Provenance
Kurt Rossacher (Salzburg, Austria), sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1967.
       
1956.40
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 France, 16th century
A Lady with Three Suitors
Medium: pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, with traces of black chalk
Measurements: Sheet: 23cm x 19.3cm
Date: c. 1500
1956.40 | John L. Severance Fund
 Provenance
Antonio Badile II, Verona (according to Byam Shaw 1983a, 214 n. 1). Ludovico Moscardo, Verona; through Moscardo heirs to Teresa Moscardo, then to last Moscardo heir, Count Mario Miniscalchi-Brizzo; Luigi Grassi, Florence. [Francis Matthiesen, London].

The Moscardo provenance given here was proposed by Evelyn Karet in "Stefano da Verona, Felice Feliciano, and the First Renaissance Collection of Drawings," Arte Lombarda 124 (1998), 31-52. The traditional provenance of drawings from the Moscardo collection includes the Marquis of Calzolari as one of the former owners (first proposed by Frits Lugt, Lugt supplement 1171b), but according to Coner Fahy (Printing a Book at Verona: The Account Book of Francesco Calzolari Junior [Paris, 1993]), that is incorrect.
       
1980.229
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 France, 18th century
Studies of Ram Heads
Medium: oil on canvas
Measurements: Unframed: 29.8cm x 43.5cm
Date: 1700s
1980.229 | Bequest of Noah L. Butkin
 Provenance
G. Douwes (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 1898.

G. Cramer (The Hague, The Netherlands), sold to Noah L. Butkin, 1972.

Noah L. Butkin (Shaker Heights, Ohio), upon his death, held in trust by the estate.

Estate of Noah L. Butkin, by bequest to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1980.
       
1967.30
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 France, 19th century
Judith with the Head of Holofernes
Medium: terracotta
Measurements: Overall: 41.4cm x 16.5cm x 13cm
Date: mid-1800s
1967.30 | Norman O. Stone and Ella A. Stone Memorial Fund
 Provenance
[Blumka Gallery, New York]
       
1980.290
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 France, 19th century
Portrait of a Young Man
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Unframed: 47.8cm x 38.6cm
Date: not dated
1980.290 | Bequest of Noah L. Butkin
 Provenance
Vienna sale, Dorotheum, 19-22 March 1968 (lot 129), Hirtenknabe, monogrammiert C.T. (not visible in reproduction), unsold. New York sale, Sotheby's, 12 May 1978 (lot 270, repr.), "A Young Shepherd Boy, Property of various owners, signed with initials" (not visible in reproduction), $5,250. Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Butkin, Cleveland. Bequeathed to the CMA in 1980.
       
1963.503
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 France, possibly Burgundy, 15th century
Portrait of a Man
Medium: oil on wood
Measurements: Framed: 52.5cm x 38cm x 5cm, Unframed: 42.5cm x 27.6cm
Date: c. 1500
1963.503 | Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund
 Provenance
F. Mont, New York
       
1970.364
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 Germany, 19th century
Wild Basilisk
Medium: bronze
Measurements: Overall: 48.3cm x 55.9cm
Date: 1800s
1970.364 | Gift of Mrs. Carol L. Brewster
 Provenance
Carol L. Brewster
       
1950.91
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 Germany, Danube School, 16th century
The Visitation
Medium: oil on wood
Measurements: Unframed: 102.7cm x 78.5cm
Date: c. 1530-1550
1950.91 | Gift of the Hanna Fund
 Provenance
R. Heinemann-Fleischmann.

Baron Thyssen-Bornemisza (Schloss Rohoncz, Castagnola)

Rosenberg & Stiebel, Inc. (New York, New York), sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1950.
       
1980.41
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 Germany, early 17th century
St. Sebastian
Medium: painted and gilded wood
Measurements: Overall: 139.5cm x 54.6cm x 45.1cm
Date: c. 1600-1620
1980.41 | Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund
 Provenance
Private collection (Bregenz, Switzerland)

Edward H. Merrin, Inc. (New York, New York), sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1980.
       
1961.35
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 Russia, Moscow(?), 17th century
Triptych Icon
Former title: The Crucifixion
Former title: Portable Triptych Icon: The Crucifixion
Former title: The Resurrection
Former title: Portable Triptych Icon: The Ressurection
Former title: Saints Adoring the Vladimir Icon
Former title: Portable Triptych Icon: Adoration of the Miracle-Working Icon, Vladimir Mother of God
Medium:
Measurements:
Date: 1600s
1961.35 | Gift of Mrs. Harry F. Stratton
 Provenance
Mrs. Harry F. Stratton, Cleveland gift of Mrs. Harry F. Stratton, 1961.
       
1959.341
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 South Germany or Austria, late 17th century
St. George and the Dragon
Medium: painted and partially gilded wood
Measurements: Overall: 100.9cm x 75.5cm x 29cm
Date: late 1600s
1959.341 | Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Severance A. Millikin
 Provenance
Kurt Rossacher (Salzburg, Austria), sold to Mr. and Mrs. Severance A. Millikin..

Mr. and Mrs. Severance A. Millikin, sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1959.
       
1950.345
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 Spain, 19th century
Crucifixion
Medium: oil on canvas
Measurements: Unframed: 60.3cm x 40cm
Date: 1800s
1950.345 | Gift of William G. Mather
 Provenance
William G. Mather
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