The Crucifixion of Saint Peter (Illuminated initial "N" from a musical book)

Unknown Bolognese, Italian
Unknown French, French


late 14th century

Gold leaf and colors on parchment

Overall: 2 3/16 × 2 3/4 in. (5.5 × 6.9 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Jane Helm Gale in memory of her husband, Arthur Loran Gale, Class of 1927



Place Made: France, Europe



Object Name


Research Area

Nazi-Era Provenance Research


Not on view

Course History

SART 25, Painting I, Enrico Riley, Fall 2014

SART 31, Painting II, Enrico Riley, Winter 2015

HIST 96.39, Saints and Material Devotion, Cecilia Gaposchkin, Fall 2021

HIST 96.39, Saints and Relics, Cecilia Gaposchkin, Fall 2021

FREN 22, Medieval and Renaissance French Literature, Andrea Tarnowski, Spring 2022

Exhibition History

Curator's Choice: Dartmouth College Permanent Collection, Jaffe-Friede, Strauss and Barrows Galleries, Hopkins Center Art Galleries, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 29, 1976-January 16, 1977.

Death and Dying: Selections from the Permanent Collection, Harrington Gallery Teaching Exhibition, Anthropology 55, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, February 11-March 26, 1995.

Recent Acquisitions: Prints and Drawings, Barrows Print Room, Hopkins Center Art Galleries, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, September 22-October 30, 1972.

Religious Imagery, Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Brattleboro, Vermont, December 12, 1975-January 3, 1976.


Acquired by Jane Helm Gale (1913-1970), in memory of her husband Arthur Loran Gale (1904-1965/7, Class of 1927N), date unknown; given to present collection, 1970.

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