Lamentation Over the Dead Christ and the Three Marys at the Sepulcher

Unknown Emilian, Italian


about 1525-1530

Bronze with gilding

Overall: 7 5/16 × 4 5/16 × 1 1/2 in. (18.5 × 11 × 3.8 cm)

Weight: 379 g (0.8 lb.)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Roger Arvid Anderson Collection - 250th Anniversary Gift, 1769-2019



Place Made: Italy, Europe



Object Name

Sculpture: Plaquette

Research Area


Not on view


Inscribed, around arch: HVMANI GENERIS SERVATORI ANDREAS CARDEVAI; above main scene: PAX VOBIS

Course History

REL 1, Patterns of Religious Experience, Elizabeth Perez, Fall 2013

ITAL 22, Humanism and Renaissance, Courtney Quaintance, Spring 2014

FRIT 34, Sex and Gender in the Italian Renaissance, Courtney Quaintance, Spring 2015

ITAL 7, Women in Renaissance Venice, Courtney Quaintance, Spring 2015

Exhibition History

An Exhibition of Old Master Drawings and European Works of Art, no. 55, Newhouse Galleries, New York, New York, in conjuction with Trinity Fine Arts Ltd, London, England, May 4-18, 1995.

Publication History

Roger Arvid Anderson, The Roger Arvid Anderson Collection, Medals, Medallions, Plaquettes and Small Reliefs, Paintings, Sculpture, Works on Paper and Textiles, San Francisco: Roger Arvid Anderson (published privately), design by David L. Wilson, 2015, p. 161.

An Exhibition of Old Master Drawings and European Works of Art, New York: Newhouse Galleries, catalogue no. 55, p. 112, 1995.


Eugenio Imbert Collection, Milan, Italy; Trinity Fine Art Ltd., London, before 1995; their sale at Newhouse Galleries, New York, "Old Master Drawings and European Works on Art," May 1995, cat. 55; sold to Roger Arvid Anderson, San Francisco, California, 1995; lent to present collection, 1995; given to present collection, 2016.

Catalogue Raisonne

Kress, Fig. 391, No. 300; Wixom, No. 57

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