Virgin and Child
Domenico di Bartolo (Domenico di Bartolo Ghezzi), Italian (active Siena and Perugia), first documented 1420, last documented 1444-45
The trellis of red and white roses recalls a passage from the twelfth-century writer Saint Bernard of Clairvaux: "Mary was . . . a white rose for chastity and a red rose for charity."
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