Medium Artwork: Painting
City | Region Castilla-León | Old kingdom Castile
|Body Corners||Strings 3 strings||Neck Short||Pegbox Flat leaf|
|Bridge Tailpiece||Frets No||Back Flat||Pegs Lateral|
|Technique Bowed a braccio|
This painting is tempera and gold on wood, attributed to the Maestro de Osma (fl. 1503-1516).
The provenance and current location of this painting are still unknown
A finely painted vihuela de arco with small cornered waists in an otherwise oval body design. It has three strings fixed to the end with a tailpiece, a moveable bridge, and with a hollowed leaf-shaped pegbox with the lateral pegs on the treble side.