- Museum number
Dish or shallow bowl, the foot cut away. Earthenware, covered front and back with presumed tin glaze. Painted with a group of people in a landscape with a castle or town: one man gesturing to another on a plinth, the latter has his foot on the head of one of four bound, naked prisoners. Scene depicts either Caesar and Ariovistus or Fabius Maximus and Hannibal. Probably after Ripanda, based on a fresco by Genga. Scale pattern on reverse.
- Production date
- 1515-1525 (circa)
Diameter: 25.20 centimetres
Height: 3.90 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Bibliography: Shaw 1932; Liverani 1950b pp.104-107; Rackham 1930 p.146, pl. XXXII.
- On display (G46/dc2)
- Exhibition history
2011-2012 11 Oct-27 Feb, France, Château d’Ecouen, Musée National de la Renaissance, La Faïence des Humanistes, le décor de la majolique italienne entre 1480 et 1530
1989 12 Sep-15 Oct, Glasgow, Art Gallery & Museum, Ceramics for the Italian Renaissance
1989 22 Jan-2 Apr, Stoke-on-Trent, City Museum & Art Gallery, Ceramic Art of the Italian Renaissance
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Bernal Sale lot 1952 Christie's 5 March - 30 April 1855.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: BL.1952