MOSTAERT, Jan (b. ca. 1475, Haarlem, d. 1555/56, Haarlem) Click! The Holy Family at Table 1495-1500 Oak panel, 37,3 x 23,8 cm Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne This painting looks like a genre picture but the bread and wine indicate that these are Mary, Joseph and the Christ Child.
16. Medieval jugs found in SE England, earthenware, thrown, slip decorated, late 12th-early 13th c. Left to right: early 13th-c. made/found in London; mid 13th-century decorated jug made in Kingston; 13th-c. jug made in Rouen, found in Oxfordshire; late 12th-c. incised tripod pitcher made in London. Kingston Jug Medieval, late 13th century, From Kingston, Surrey, England.
Production Place Tuscany (maker) (region) () Italy (maker) (country) Technique Description Earthenware. The interior, base and the area immediately above it on the exterior are painted yellowish-brown; the rest is tin-glazed off-white. Painted in manganese and bluish-green. Dimensions height: (whole): 15.4 cm diameter: (base): 11.2 cm diameter: (rim): 10.4 cm width: (at widest point): 16.3 cm Period 14th Century Medieval Date circa 1300 to 1400