Product images of The cherub
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The Cherub is shown with his hands emerging from his wings which cover most of the body. On the wings are are inscribed the Thirty Increments of Virtue. The spokes of the wheel on which the Cherub stands are inscribed with the Seven Works of Mercy Image taken from Psalter of Robert de Lisle. Originally published/produced in England c.1330-1340.
Arundel 83, f.130v
- Image reference 005345
- Copyright The British Library Board