- Museum number
Plate, earthenware covered entirely with a presumed tin-glaze. Painted with a lamp-lit scene, left a standing warrior (Amadis), before him three men crouching and a gigantic man fallen backwards (from the romance 'Amadis of Gaul'). On the rim grotesques and four medallions, two with running figures and two with reclining figures. On the reverse on the rim and sides elaborate grotesques, in the centre on a tree an inscribed tablet.
- Production date
- 1560-1570 (circa)
Diameter: 23.30 centimetres
- On display (G46/dc4)
- Exhibition history
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
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Amadis of Gaul
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Fountaine Sale lot 32 Christie's 16-19 June 1884.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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