Virgin and Child (from an group with the Adoration of the Magi). Culture: Spanish. Dimensions: 54 1/4 × 21 × 20 in. (137.8 × 53.3 × 50.8 cm). Date: ca. 1175-1200. The Virgin with Christ seated on her lap is flanked, on the left, by two magi, and, on the right, by a seated Joseph; the third magus is missing. The group, which may have originally been made for the main portal, was, at a later date, set into a side wall of the church at Cerezo de Riotirón. The rhythmic pleats, hook folds, and blocky masses of the figures are characteristic of Castillian sculpture in the late 12th century. See al

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Virgin and Child (from an group with the Adoration of the Magi). Culture: Spanish. Dimensions: 54 1/4 × 21 × 20 in. (137.8 × 53.3 × 50.8 cm). Date: ca. 1175-1200. The Virgin with Christ seated on her lap is flanked, on the left, by two magi, and, on the right, by a seated Joseph; the third magus is missing. The group, which may have originally been made for the main portal, was, at a later date, set into a side wall of the church at Cerezo de Riotirón. The rhythmic pleats, hook folds, and blocky masses of the figures are characteristic of Castillian sculpture in the late 12th century. See al
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Virgin and Child (from an group with the Adoration of the Magi). Culture: Spanish. Dimensions: 54 1/4 × 21 × 20 in. (137.8 × 53.3 × 50.8 cm). Date: ca. 1175-1200. The Virgin with Christ seated on her lap is flanked, on the left, by two magi, and, on the right, by a seated Joseph; the third magus is missing. The group, which may have originally been made for the main portal, was, at a later date, set into a side wall of the church at Cerezo de Riotirón. The rhythmic pleats, hook folds, and blocky masses of the figures are characteristic of Castillian sculpture in the late 12th century. See also 30.77.6, .7, .9. Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.

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