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The Assumption of the Virgin does not occur in the Bible, but is described in various early medieval sources, including The Golden Legend. As the Virgin rises up to Heaven, surrounded by music-making angels, her girdle falls from her waist and Saint Thomas, the disciple who doubted that Christ had risen from the dead, catches it. Christ, accompanied by prophets and ancestors, among them David and John the Baptist, welcomes his mother.
In 1863 NG 1155 was said to have been dated 1474 and to have been the central panel of an altarpiece in S. Agostino, Asciano, near Siena. It was discovered in the wood store of the monastery of S. Agostino at Asciano in 1800. Side panels representing Saint Michael and Saint Augustine survive in Asciano (both these panels were apparently from the left-hand side of the polyptych, which may also have comprised a second tier containing the Annunciation and other saints).
S. Agostino, Asciano, 1800; bought, 1884.
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