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Illuminated Testimonial to Tobias Matthay, FRAM

Photo credit: Royal Academy of Music

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This illuminated testimonial is in the form of an encased triptych on parchment, with signatures in ink of former pupils and colleagues under glass panels inside the wings. The main image in the central panel is framed by the historiated initials ‘T’ (for Tobias) & 'M', and this Gothic tracery provides setting for the medieval-style lutenist within in a noctural landscape seated beside a muse who is composing.

Royal Academy of Music

London

  • Date

    1922

  • Medium

    tempera, ink & gilding on parchment

  • Measurements

    56 x 86 cm

  • Accession number

    2003.1774

  • Acquisition method

    bequeathed by Tobias Matthay, 1948

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Royal Academy of Music

Marylebone Road, London, Greater London NW1 5HT England

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