|Collection||Reuel B. Pritchett Museum Collection|
|Donor||Row, William and Betty Jo|
Three separated metal iconic bands of a triptych nailed to a brown wooden board. Label reads that the triptych is a 16th century Greek icon. Side panels appear to show saints or crusaders. Center appears to show the Madonna or a female saint teaching small figures. Greek inscriptions above figures on each of the three panels.
The icon was a gift to W. Harold Row from convicted and reformed killer, Nathan Leopold. The icon was purchased in Greece by Mr. Leopold and presented to Mr. Row in Washington D.C. in 1970.
|Place of Origin||Greece?|
|Dimensions||H-7 W-0.04 L-10.5 inches|
Leopold, Nathan Freudenthal, 1904-1971
Row, W. Harold