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18th Century Ethiopian Painting for Monophysite Observance

18th Century

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A truly spectactular 18th Century Ethiopian painting for Monophysite observance, pigment on textile. Composed as two separate portraits, each depicting one of the four Christian Evangelists: The left hand portrait of St Matthew, writing his gospel text beside his attribute, The Winged Man, The right hand portrait of St. John writing his gospel beside his attribute, The Eagle. With old wear and damage - mounted on a later rectangular canvas mount for display. It measures approximately 180cm by 105cm.

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  • Artist
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  • Creation year
    18th Century
  • Dimensions

    H 70.87 in. x W 41.34 in. x D 1.38 in.

    H 180 cm x W 105 cm x D 3.5 cm

  • Gallery location
    York, GB
  • Reference number
    LU79412504313

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