MASTER of the Clarisse Panel
(documented 1274-1281 in Siena)

Virgin and Child

Egg tempera on wood, 31 x 20 cm
National Gallery, London

In the left corner above the Virgin and Child is the Annunciating Angel carrying a white lily, in the right corner is the Annunciate Virgin. In the upper part of the panel is the Crucifixion, with the mourning Virgin Mary supported by the two Marys on the left, and on the right John the Evangelist gesturing up towards Christ with three other figures. In the spandrels is part of a Last Judgment, the Blessed and the Damned are in the left and right spandrels, respectively.

It is possible that the panel had wings, but it cannot be determined.