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    • Assumption of the Virgin 

      Andrea della Robbia, workshop of
      This glazed terracotta sculpture of the Assumption of the Virgin, attributed to the workshop of Andrea della Robbia, was one of several placed in the Cathedral of Arezzo in the nineteenth century. Photograph(s) licensed ...
    • Madonna Adoring the Child 

      Andrea della Robbia, workshop of
      This glazed terracotta sculpture of the Madonna Adoring the Child (also known as the Madonna del Cuscino), was placed in the Cathedral of Arezzo in c. 1817. It is one of many versions of this popular subject made by the ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      unknown artist
      This sculpture (probably made of painted terracotta) is currently in Santissima Annunziata, Arezzo, but was very likely made originally for domestic devotion. These half-length Madonna's, often reproduced from molds in ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Michele da Firenze (Michele di Niccolò Dini)
      Michele da Firenze specialized in terracotta -- though he is documented also as a stonecarver, only his works in terracotta survive. This under lifesize statue of the Madonna and Child (known as the Madonna delle Lacrime) ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Andrea della Robbia
      Andrea della Robbia made many half-length reliefs of the Madonna and Child, some of which are known in multiple versions. This particularly fine and complex composition is the only one of its kind surviving. The Madonna ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Lorenzo Ghiberti, Filippo Brunelleschi, or Nanni di Banco
      Scholars agree that this painted and gilded terracotta Madonna and Child, housed in the Museo Bandini in Fiesole, is the work of a major artist of the early quattrocento, but the attribution has varied widely from earlier ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Luca della Robbia
      The original location of this almost life-size glazed terracotta Madonna is unknown. In the eighteenth century it was donated to the Oratorio di San Tommaso d'Aquino, Florence, where it remains today in relative obscurity, ...
    • Madonna and Child with Angels and Saints Bernard and Bartholomew 

      Andrea della Robbia and workshop
      The current grouping of these terracotta sculptures was assembled from what were originally separate works, probably when these works were moved to the Cathedral of Arezzo in the nineteenth century. (The male saints, who ...
    • Madonna and Child with Saints Donato, Mary Magdalene, Bernardino da Siena, and Apollonia 

      Andrea della Robbia, Giovanni della Robbia, and Marco della Robbia
      This glazed terracotta altarpiece was made for San Francesco in Arezzo and moved to its current location in the Cathedral of Arezzo in 1811. Andrea della Robbia carried out the commission in collaboration with two of his ...
    • Madonna and Child with Saints Sebastian and Julian 

      della Robbia, Workshop of
      This altarpiece of glazed terracotta shows the Madonna and Child enthroned and surrounded by Saints Sebastian and Julian. The predella contains scenes of St. Julian killing his parents, the Stigmatization of St. Francis, ...
    • Madonna della Misericordia 

      unknown artist (after Bernardo Rossellino)
      This work was long thought by scholars to be Bernardo Rossellino's small terracotta model for his stone Madonna of the Misericordia (Madonna del Manto) for the facade of the Palazzo della Fraternità in Arezzo. Anne Markham ...
    • Visitation 

      Giovanni della Robbia
      This lunette, now in the Museo Bandini in Fiesole, was made for the San Michele in Palchetto, in Florence (Santa Elisabetta). The work is glazed terracotta, except for Mary's red dress, which is cold painted, because the ...