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Madonna of Ears, Salzburg after 1495, attributed to Rueland Frueauf the Elder. 'Madonna of Ears' is a type of depiction of Mary in a dress decorated with golden wheat ears "as the fertile soil and untilled field of God called to bear fruit, a symbol for her virginal motherhood . Another socio-cultural source for this rare iconographical motif may be found in Demeter whose attribute was the blade of wheat, symbol of fertility." Text by Sister M. Danielle Peters

Madonna of Ears, Salzburg after 1495, attributed to Rueland Frueauf the Elder. 'Madonna of Ears' is a type of depiction of Mary in a dress decorated with golden wheat ears "as the fertile soil and untilled field of God called to bear fruit, a symbol for her virginal motherhood . Another socio-cultural source for this rare iconographical motif may be found in Demeter whose attribute was the blade of wheat, symbol of fertility." Text by Sister M. Danielle Peters

pharmacy jar, 16th century Valencia Inventario: FC.1994.02.628

pharmacy jar, 16th century Valencia Inventario: FC.1994.02.628

pharmacy jar, 16th century Aragón Inventario: FI.2014.04.05

pharmacy jar, 16th century Aragón Inventario: FI.2014.04.05

Szövettöredék - nyomott mintával

Szövettöredék - nyomott mintával

Piece | Italian | The Met

Piece | Italian | The Met

Floor Tiles at Winchester Cathedral (Copyright Dave Halley 2011)

Floor Tiles at Winchester Cathedral (Copyright Dave Halley 2011)

“Pilgrim tile,”  Iznik, Turkey; c. 1600

“Pilgrim tile,” Iznik, Turkey; c. 1600

GSG: q=Mira calligraphiae monumenta

GSG: q=Mira calligraphiae monumenta

GSG: q=Mira calligraphiae monumenta

GSG: q=Mira calligraphiae monumenta

Joris Hoefnagel (illuminator)  [Flemish / Hungarian, 1542 - 1600], and Georg Bocskay (scribe)  [Hungarian, died 1575],                  		            French Marigold,                      		        Flemish and Hungarian, 1561 - 1562

Joris Hoefnagel (illuminator) [Flemish / Hungarian, 1542 - 1600], and Georg Bocskay (scribe) [Hungarian, died 1575], French Marigold, Flemish and Hungarian, 1561 - 1562