Item sold on 2020-06-17 - Shipped on 2020-06-25
Shipper: Preferred Mover - YCWH - Josh
Since Victorian times,"Brass Rubbing," or placing paper over brass Medieval tomb markers in churches was a popular art form. Rubbing a wax candle transferred the ancient design to the front of the paper. Eventually, this caused damage to the markers, and the practice is now banned in England. Reproductions are now used for this art form of "Rubbing of Brasses."
This charming example is about 60 years old, and has been mounted in a modern frame. The penitent figure is richly detailed, capturing the embossing and wear of the original marker.
Overall size is 18" x 39" and 1 1/2" deep.
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