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Enthroned Virgin 3D Model
Goro di Gregorio (active ca. 1300-1334)
Italian, Tuscany, first half 14th Century
The Cloisters Collection and Rogers Fund, 1998 (1998.214)
The sketchiness of the modeling in several passages, such as the Virgin’s right hand, as well as the omission of the Christ Child and the disruption of some of the surfaces suggest that this figure was not conceived as a finished work of art but may have served as a workshop model, perhaps for a goldsmith. Several sculptures in silver are attributed to Goro di Gregorio, the son of a sculptor from Florence. Goro was born in Siena, and his work across Tuscany as well as in Sicily can be traced in documents dating from 1311 to 1333.
VR mode: although the original sculpture is about 30cm high, I’ve decided to make it much bigger for the VR mode.
30 pictures shot on iPhone 6 at the Met Cloisters. Processed with Memento.
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