Gothic art in the gilded age. Medieval and Renaissance Treasures in the Gavet-Vanderbilt-Ringling Collection

Gothic Art in the Gilded Age: Medieval and Renaissance Treasures in the Gavet-Vanderbilt-Ringling Collection focuses on the collection at the core of The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art’s medieval and early Renaissance holdings. Comprising around 350 paintings, sculptures, and works of decorative art including metalwork, furniture, ceramics, cameos, timepieces, and wax miniatures made across the European continent chiefly between the twelfth and sixteenth centuries, this group of objects belonged to three successive owners: Émile Gavet (1830–1904), Alva Vanderbilt Belmont (1853–1933), and John Ringling (1866–1936).

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