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Drafter: Franco Renzo Pesenti. '"^ ^^^^H -1 *Ê^^^r ^ '^ ^BQ^H ^E^«L i ^^^^^^^^1^^ 1 Wbd^Ê -I ik ''^^~:: ** ^^^i '-f^-. -^- 36 Italian painting Altar-piece of Santa Lucia dei Magnoli Artist Domenico Veneziano. School, group, period Florentine School, c. 1445. Original location Florence. Subject The Virgin with Child and Saint Francis, Saint John the Baptist, Saint Zenobius and Saint Lucy. Predella: The Ecstasy of Saint Francis; Saint John in the Désert; The Annunciation; The Miracle of Saint Zenobius; The Martyrdom of Saint Lucy.
The Way to Calvary The Entombment. 5 Bibliography 6 Paccagnini, G. 1955. Simone Martini. Milano. Illustrations 1 The Angel Gabriel, Royal Fine Arts Mu¬ séum, Antwerp. [Photo: ACL, Brussels, No. ] The Annunciation, Royal Fine Arts Mu¬ séum, Antwerp. [Photo: ACL, Brussels, No. ] The Crucifixion, Royal Fine Arts Muséum, Antwerp. [Photo: ACL, Brussels, No. ] The Déposition, Royal Fine Arts Muséum, Antwerp. [Photo: ACL, Brussels, No. ] The Way to Calvary, Musée du Louvre, No. 65 En. 6517, Paris. ] The Entombment, Kaiser Friedrich Mu¬ séum, Berlin.
II, p. 173- 9, Antwerp. 1957. Miscellanea, Prof. Dr. D. Roggen. p. 79-89. Antwerp. 1968. National Gallery Catalogues, Early Netherlandish School. 3rd éd. p. 169-70. London. Iconography M. Davies, op. cit.. , No. 57 (4), Plates CCCLXXXIX-CDIII (before clean¬ ing); The National Gallery, January 1955 to June 1956, Fig. 7, London, 1956 (photo¬ graphs by Calouste Gulbenkian Founda¬ tion). Illustrations / Saint Mary Magdalene Reading, National Gallery, London. [Photo: ACL, Brussels, No. ] 2 Head of Saint Joseph, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon.
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