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GE_112.06: Notre-Dame de Czestochowa
(GE_Chambesy_StPetronille_112.06)

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Title

Notre-Dame de Czestochowa

Type of Object
Artist / Producer
Studio
Dating
[1963]
Dimensions
Env. 300 x 80 cm
Location
Place
Transept, n III
Inventory

Iconography

Description

La Vierge, debout, tient l’Enfant Jésus dans son bras gauche. Tous deux sont couronnés. Elle porte des cicatrices sur sa joue droite (signes de la profanation de l’icône polonaise au XVe siècle). Au-dessus apparaît un coeur.

Iconclass Code
11F4122(+0) · Mary standing (or half-length), the Christ-child sitting on her arm (Christ-child to Mary's left) (+ variant)
11F728 · the Christ-child crowning Mary ~ Madonna-representations
Iconclass Keywords
Inscription

Aucune

Signature

Aucune

Technique / State

Technique

Vitrail au plomb, grisaille

History

Dating
[1963]

Bibliography and Sources

Literature

Marion Cartier vitraux, éd. Fondation Rumsey-Cartier, Tours

Armand Brulhart et Erica Deuber-Pauli, “Pregny”, in Ville et canton de Genève, coll. “Arts et monuments”, SHAS, Berne, (1ère éd. 1985) 1993, p. 385

Aurélie Toninato (2015, 16 mars), L’église de Pregny-Chambésy victime d’actes de vandalisme, Tribune de Genève, repéré à http://www.tdg.ch/geneve/actu-genevoise/eglise-pregnychambesy-victime-dactes-vandalisme/story/17545543

Image Information

Name of Image
GE_Chambesy_StPetronille_112.06
Credits
© APAS (Association pour la Promotion de l'Art Sacré), Genève – photographe : Cyrille Girardet, Veyrier
Date
2011
Copyright
© Ayants droit

Inventory

Reference Number
GE_112.06
Author and Date of Entry
Valérie Sauterel 2014
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