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The Salvation of Man" in Geneva and Baltimore Two Limoges enamel plates by Pierre Reymond (active between 1537 and 1578), painted in grisaille on a black background with red and gold highlights, of which one is in Geneva at the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire and the other is in Baltimore at the Walters Art Gallery, both present similar religious subjects on the obverse. The Geneva designation is L'Homme entre le péché et la grâce (Man between Sin and Grace). In Baltimore, the plate is called The Allegory of Redemption.doi:10.5169/seals-728218 fatcat:opx5yk4yjvabnmmsol5ffjur3e