|Dimensions||Image 60 x 58 mm, Plate 61 x 59 mm, Sheet 62 x 60 mm|
A miniature depiction of The Widow's Mite. Christ is seated at a temple, and tells his disciples about the woman behind them, who is donating money, stating that because she is a poor widow, her gift has more meaning than when rich people donate a larger amount of money. From a unknown publication, probably a small bible.
Inscription to lower centre: "S marc xii", referring to Mark 12.
The Monogrammist GL was a Flemish artist, who was active in the first half of the 17th century, and produced predominantly religious scenes.
Condition: Trimmed close to plate mark.