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Part of Medieval Art and The Cloisters
Giovanni Pisano (Italian, Pisa ca. 1240–1319 Siena)
Date: ca. 1301, with later additionsAccession Number: 18.70.28
Date: ca. 1440–50Accession Number: 09.137.2
Attributed to Claus de Werve (Netherlandish, active in France, ca. 1380–1439, active Burgundy, 1396–ca. 1439)
Date: ca. 1415–17Accession Number: 33.23
Date: ca. 1475Accession Number: 2000.641
Jean de Liège (Franco-Netherlandish, active ca. 1361–died 1381)
Date: ca. 1381Accession Number: 41.100.132
Date: ca. 1375–1425Accession Number: 17.190.361
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Evoking a church interior, Gallery 305 is dominated by a complete Spanish choir screen from the Valladolid cathedral of 1763.
Large-scale medieval sculptures, altarpieces, tapestries, and furniture dated from about 1300 to 1500 are exhibited in the gallery. In addition, fine, smaller-scale Northern European sculptures in wood and stone are displayed in cases along the east and west sides of the gallery.
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