Knight in Prayer

  • P0900-332
  • Knight in Prayer
  • Brass Rubbing
  • Belgium
  • Mid 20th C.
  • Wax Crayon on Vellum
  • 13'' W x 20'' H
  • $1995
  • Print Tear Sheet
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  • Brass rubbings are reproductions of engraved commemorative plaques, created by placing paper over the plate and rubbing with crayon or chalk. These rubbings were created by Jean Farrell in the 1960s and feature Belgian memorial stones dating from the 14th and 15th centuries. They went on to many private collections as well as museums.
P0900-332 – Knight in Prayer
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