File:Follower of Jheronimus Bosch, Retinue of the Magi.jpg

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Retinue of the Magi  wikidata:Q20808458 
Artist
Formerly attributed to Hieronymus Bosch
Retinue of the Magi
Title
Retinue of the Magi
Object type painting
Description
Fragment of the right shutter of a triptych depicting the Adoration of the Magi. See File:Jheronimus Bosch Two Shepherds.jpg for a fragment of the left shutter. See File:Follower of Jheronimus Bosch Adoration of the Magi.jpg for a similar triptych in the Noordbrabants Museum, 's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands.
Date Between 1500 and 1550
Medium oil on panel
QS:P186,Q296955;P186,Q1348059,P518,Q861259
Dimensions Height: 36.2 cm (14.2 in); Width: 21.3 cm (8.3 in)
QS:P2048,36.2U174728;P2049,21.3U174728
2nd floor, gallery 217
Accession number
1276
place of creation Low Countries
Object history

by 1915: Julius Böhler (art dealer), Munich

: purchased by John G. Johnson (1841-1917), Philadelphia, from Julius Böhler, Munich

: bequeathed to the city of Philadelphia by John G. Johnson, Philadelphia

: lent to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, by the city of Philadelphia (?)
Exhibition history The Worcester-Philadelphia exhibition of Flemish Painting, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, , cat.no. 38, p. 32-33, as Hieronymus Bosch.
References Philadelphia Museum of Art online catalogue, as Attributed to Hieronymus Bosch, Retinue of the Magi, early 16th century, Height: 36.2 cm (14.2 in); Width: 21.3 cm (8.3 in)
QS:P2048,36.2U174728;P2049,21.3U174728
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RKDimages, Art-work number 42704, as Follower of Hieronymus Bosch, Fragment van een aanbidding van de Wijzen, first half of 16th century (1500-1549), Height: 36.2 cm (14.2 in); Width: 21.3 cm (8.3 in)
QS:P2048,36.2U174728;P2049,21.3U174728
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Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage Photolibrary, object number 40002116, as Possibly Hieronymus Bosch, Deux bergers / L'arrivée des mages, 1450-1516, Height: 33 cm (12.9 in); Width: 21.6 cm (8.5 in)
QS:P2048,33U174728;P2049,21.6U174728
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Tolnay, Charles de (1986 [1984]) Hieronymus Bosch, Alphen aan den Rijn: Atrium, ISBN 90-6113-164-2, p. , as Het gevolg van de wijzen.
Source/Photographer www.philamuseum.org : Home : Info
Other versions
Hieronymus bosch (attr.), frammento di natività coi pastorie e il corteo dei magi, inizio del XVI sec. 02.JPG File:Hieronymus bosch (attr.), frammento di natività coi pastorie e il corteo dei magi, inizio del XVI sec. 02.JPG
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