Draughtsman depicting the death of a saint
- Art Funded
- Presented by
- Henry Oppenheimer through The Art Fund
Morse ivory draughtsman depicting the death of a saint: a shrouded body, two mourners and an angel.
Two crosses. Probably produced in more than one country of the North of Europe. This work was donated by Henry Oppenheimer, who presented over 30 works to the British Museum through the Art Fund between 1907 and 1933.