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2 Michaela Zoschg "An exceedingly good carving"

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Dra. Michaela Zöschg, Project Curator The Burrell Collection Glasgow Museum
‘An exceedingly good carving’:
Sir William Burrell (1861-1958) and his Collection of Medieval Sculpture

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2 Michaela Zoschg "An exceedingly good carving"

  1. 1. ‘An exceedingly good carving’: Sir William Burrell (1861-1958) and his Collection of Medieval Sculpture Michaela Zöschg, The Burrell Collection (Glasgow)
  2. 2. Lady Constance Burrell (d. 1961), photograph from ca. 1906 Sir William Burrell (d. 1958), photograph from ca. 1906
  3. 3. Highlights from The Burrell Collection, Glasgow
  4. 4. The Burrell Collection, Glasgow (closed for refurbishment until autumn 2020)
  5. 5. Tapestry showing ‘David and Batsheba’, Alsace, ca. 1480, 93 cm x 104 cm (inv. no. 46.27) Stained glass panel with donor portrait, possibly from the Church of the Friars Minor in Oxford, late 13th century, 59.5 cm x 26 cm (inv. no. 45.2)
  6. 6. Stained glass panel with donor portrait, possibly from the Church of the Friars Minor in Oxford, late 13th century, 59.5 cm x 26 cm (inv. no. 45.2)
  7. 7. Alabaster panel in a wooden tabernacle, showing St John’s Head on a Charger and Man of Sorrows surrounded by saints, England, 15th century, 47 cm x 45.2 cm x 11 cm (inv. no. 1.34) Alabaster panel showing The Annunciation, England, 15th century, 42.8 cm x 26.5 cm x 1.5 cm (inv. no. 1.4) Alabaster panel showing St George slaying the Dragon, England, 15th century, 40 cm x 26.8 cm (inv. no. 1.45)
  8. 8. Stone figure of The Virgin and Child, Île- de-France, ca. 1330-40, 128.5 cm x 42 cm x 26 cm (inv. no. 44.2) Wood carving of The Virgin and Child, Swabia, ca. 1480-1500, 115.5 cm x 41 cm x 31 cm (inv. no. 50.11) Wood carving of Saint Stephen, Austria (?), 1410-20, 81.5 cm x 32.5 cm x 18.5 cm (inv. no. 50.30)
  9. 9. Ivory mirror case showing the ‘Attack on the Castle of Love’, France (possibly Paris), ca. 1340, 12.1 cm x 12.1 cm x 1.5 cm (inv. no. 21.10) Ivory carving with scenes of the Passion and saints (panel of a diptych), France , ca. 1325-1375, 16.9 cm x 11 cm x 1.2 cm (inv. no. 21.9) Wooden miniature cradle or crib, Netherlands, ca. 1480- 1500, 25.3 cm x 19 cm x 11.5 cm (inv. no. 50.239)
  10. 10. The ‘Montron Arch’, from the West façade of a church at Montron (France), 12th century with modern interventions (inv. no. 44.84) Portal, Spain or Portugal, early 16th century with modern interventions (inv. no. 44.86)
  11. 11. Richard Marks, ‘Mediaeval Sculpture in the Burrell Collection’, Apollo Magazine Ser. NS, vol. 118, 260 (1983) pp. 284-91
  12. 12. Glasgow Museums Resource Centre, October 2017: Survey of Northern wood carvings with Michael Rief (Ludwig- Suermondt-Museum, Aachen)
  13. 13. Photograph from the Burrell family’s travels to the Netherlands in 1898
  14. 14. Photograph from the Burrell family’s travels to the Netherlands in 1898, including Scottish architect and furniture designer Robert Lorimer (1864-1929) Wood carving of Christ bound to a column, from Flagellation scene, Southern Netherlandish (?), ca. 1475-1500, 51.8 cm x 13.8 cm x 16.7 cm (inv. no. 50.21)
  15. 15. Wood carving of Christ bound to a column, from Flagellation scene, Southern Netherlandish (?), ca. 1475-1500, 51.8 cm x 13.8 cm x 16.7 cm (inv. no. 50.21) The Burrell Residence at 8 Great Western Terrace, Glasgow, ca. 1905-06
  16. 16. Wood carving of The Virgin and Child, Mechelen, ca. 1500, 37 cm x 14 cm x 65 cm (inv. no. 50.5) Official daily programme for the 1901 Glasgow International Exhibition, dated 9th November 1901, 21.5 cm x 31.6 cm x 0.3 cm (inv. no. PP.1986.310.3.2)
  17. 17. The Virgin and Child, Mechelen, ca. 1500, 37 cm x 14 cm x 65 cm (inv. no. 50.5) The Burrell Residence at 8 Great Western Terrace, Glasgow, ca. 1905-06
  18. 18. Sir William Burrell’s ‘Purchase Books’, 28 vols, 1911-1957 (inv. nos 52.1 – 52.28)
  19. 19. ‘Purchase book’ for the years 1911-14, p. 1 (inv. no. 52.1)
  20. 20. ‘Purchase book’ for the years 1915-1918, p. 21 (inv. no. 52.2)
  21. 21. Wood carving of St Barbara, Netherlands (?), early 16th century, 56 cm x 19.5 cm x 14.5 cm (inv. no. 50.42) Wood carving of St Barbara, Netherlands (?), 15th century, 96.5 cm x 35.6 cm x 15.3 cm (inv. no. 50.56)
  22. 22. Sir William Burrell’s purchases of medieval sculpture, textiles and stained glass from 1911-1957, as documented in his ‘Purchase Books’
  23. 23. Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle (photographs taken ca. 1918) Glasgow Berwick-upon-Tweed London
  24. 24. Sir William Burrell’s purchases of medieval sculpture, textiles and stained glass from 1911-1957, as documented in his ‘Purchase Books’
  25. 25. Glasgow, The Burrell Collection, Reconstruction of the Hutton Castle Drawing Room
  26. 26. Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Vestibule with ArmourStone figure of The Virgin and Child, Lübeck (?), 15th century, 71.2 cm x 27 cm x 23 cm (inv. no. 44.3)
  27. 27. Wood carving of a female figure, 15th century, 77 cm x 215 cm x 17 cm (inv. no. 50.55) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Vestibule with Armour
  28. 28. St John the Divine, 15th century, 69.4 cm x 25 cm x 17.8 cm (inv. no. 44.13) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Vestibule with Armour
  29. 29. Alabaster panel showing The Coronation of the Virgin, England, 15th century, 40.8 cm x 28.4 cm (inv. no. 1.28) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Vestibule with Armour
  30. 30. Stone figure of the Virgin and Child, France, 15th century, 91 cm x 30 cm x 27.5 cm (inv. no. 44.5) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Hall
  31. 31. Wood carving of St Catherine of Alexandria, France, 15th century, 63.5 cm x 22.5 cm x 22.5 cm (inv. no. 50.43) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Hall
  32. 32. Wood carving of St Christopher, Antwerp (?), 1500-10, 79 cm x 31.5 cm x 22 cm (inv. no. 50.25) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Hall
  33. 33. Wood carving of St Roch,ca. 1510-20, 69 cm x 24 cm x 17.5 cm (inv. no. 50.23) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Hall
  34. 34. Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Drawing Room St John the Baptist,France or Flanders, 15th century, 82.5 cm x 30.4 cm(inv. no. 50.24)
  35. 35. Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Drawing Room Wood carving of two male figures, Southern Netherlandish, ca. 1520, 48.5 cm x 18.5 cm x 14.5 cm (inv. no. 50.18)
  36. 36. Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Drawing RoomWood carving of St Anne, the Virgin and the Christ Child (‘Anna Selbdritt’),South Germany, 1480-1500, 115 cm x 38.1 cm (inv. no. 50.14)
  37. 37. Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Drawing RoomCatalogue Sammlung Dr. Oertel, München: Bildwerke der Gotik und Renaissance in Holz, Stein und Ton, vornehmlich deutsche Holzplastik (Berlin: Rudolph Lepke’s Kunst-Auktions-Haus, 1913)
  38. 38. Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Drawing RoomWood Carving of Catherine of Alexandria, Netherlands, 1490-1500, 117 cm x 365 cm x 255 cm (inv. no. 50.48)
  39. 39. Wood carvings of Two Musician Angels, Tyrol, circle of Hans Klocker, 1490-1500, 55 cm x 24 cm x 17.7 cm (inv. nos 50.63 and 50.62) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Dining Room
  40. 40. Stone figure of the Virgin and Child, 15th Century, 75.5 cm (inv. no. 44.11) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Dining Room
  41. 41. Wood carving of St Mary Magdalene, Bavaria, 1470-90, 86.3 cm x 24.7 cm (inv. no. 50.46) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Upper Hall
  42. 42. Wood carving of St John the Baptist, Spain, late 13th century, 121.2 cm (inv. no. 50.28) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Upper Hall
  43. 43. Wood carving of the Virgin Mary, Spain, late 13th century 1219.2 mm(inv. no. 50.4) Wood carving of St John the Baptist, Spain, late 13th century, 121.2 cm (inv. no. 50.28)
  44. 44. Wood carving of St John the Baptist, Spain, late 13th century, 121.2 cm (inv. no. 50.28) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Upper Hall
  45. 45. Tapestry showing ‘The Pursuit of Fidelity’, Alsace, ca.1475– 1500 (46.28) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Bedroom No. 1
  46. 46. Virgin and Child, Brussels, ca. 1500-1525, 42 cm x 11 cm (inv. no. 50.8) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Bedroom No. 1
  47. 47. Enthroned figure, France or Flanders, early 16th century, 40 cm x 21.2 cm x 63 cm (inv. no. 50.36) Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Bedroom No. 2
  48. 48. Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hutton Castle, Tower Bedroom Wood carving of two figures, possibly from a Passion scene, Antwerp (?), ca. 1500, 56.5 cm x 20.3 cm x 12 cm (50.16)
  49. 49. 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 IanAnderson CyrilAndrade ArnoldSeligmann BattersbyAntiqueCo JuliusBöhler L.Chaundy Georges-Joseph… JuliusF.Goldschmidt LeonGruel KJHewitt Kirkhope&Son LämmleMunich EnricoTesta A.Vecht DavidBlack Gregory&Co FrancisHarper LionelHarris Beaulieu,A.xxE.… HenriDaguerre FADreyGallery FrankPartridge&… L.Harding JacquesSeligmann… Mrs.Burg RaoulHeilbronner JulesMichel SydneyBurney JRochelleThomas GebrBernheimer L.Jeremy OwanEvanThomas FrèresBacri HenriGarnier SpanishArtGallery MurrayAdams-Acton FrankSurgey SWWolsey M&RStora JohnHunt ActonSurgeyLTD Dealers and individuals from whom Sir William Burrell bought medieval sculpture (1911 – 1957)
  50. 50. Sir William Burrell’s purchases of medieval sculpture, textiles and stained glass from 1911-1957, as documented in his ‘Purchase Books’
  51. 51. The ‘Montron Arch’, from the West façade of a church at Montron (France), 12th century with modern interventions (inv. no. 44.84) Portal, Spain or Portugal, early 16th century with modern interventions (inv. no. 44.86)
  52. 52. Tomb of Don Ramon Peralta y Espes (d. 1348), Catalonia, mid-14th century, 84cm x 15.8cm x 50 cm (inv. no. 44.1)
  53. 53. All images © CSG CIC Glasgow Thank you! With special thanks to Isobel MacDonald (Glasgow), Christian Nikolaus Opitz (Vienna) & Michael Rief (Aachen) Contact:: Michaela Zöschg: Project Curator | The Burrell Collection | Glasgow E: michaela.zoschg[at]glasgowlife.org.uk Burrell Renaissance Project: E: burrellprojectadmin[at]glasgowlife.org.uk

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