Sheila Campbell, Former Curator of the Malcove Collection introduces an 18th and 19th Century Triptych with Virgin, Pantocrator and Winged St. John.
Sheila Campbell is also a Professor Emerita at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto
Lillian Malcove purchased the 18th century triptych in 1968 from the Blumka Gallery in New York and the 19th century icon in the same year from the Collector's Corner, also in New York. These works are part of the Malcove Collection, a permanent collection donated to the University of Toronto in 1982 and now one of the University of Toronto Art Centre's three permanent collections. The Malcove Collection Video project is supported by Janet Dewan and Barbara Tangney in memory of Marian F.K. Ade.
Triptych with Virgin, Pantocrator and Winged St. John, Russian, 18th century, Champleve enamel on bronze, 14 x 13.5 cm closed, 38 cm open. M82.141
Triptych with Virgin, Pantocrator and Winged St. John, Russian, 19th century, Champleve enamel on bronze, 16 x 13 cm closed, 39 cm open. M82.274