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The architectural, sometimes free-standing type of picture frame which evolved in Italy in the 14th century and was used in the Renaissance for altarpieces and devotional images. In structure it drew on both classical and ecclesiastical architecture and reflected regional styles. In its simplified, less ambitious, form it was also known as a ‘tabernacle frame’.

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