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    • St. Mary Magdalene Mourning 

      Lorenzo di Mariano (Il Marrina)
      This approximately life-size painted terracotta sculpture depicts St. Mary Magdalene, recognizable from her long, loose hair (a reminder of her time spent in penitence in the wilderness later in life, clothed only by her ...
    • St. Mary of Egypt 

      Benedetto Buglioni
      This glazed terracotta lunette can be attributed to Benedetto Buglioni on the basis of style and dated to c. 1490-1500. Unlike the Della Robbia family, who used bright saturated colors for their glazed terracotta works, ...
    • St. Matthew 

      Filippo Brunelleschi, attributed to
      This glazed terracotta roundel is one of four in the pendentives of the Pazzi Chapel in Santa Croce in Florence, the famous work of architecture designed by Filippo Brunelleschi. These four reliefs, clearly different in ...
    • St. Matthew 

      Andrea della Robbia
      This is one of four glazed terracotta roundels of the Evangelists, as well as a frieze, that Andrea della Robbia created for Santa Maria delle Carceri in Prato, which was designed by Giuliano da Sangallo at the behest of ...
    • St. Matthias 

      Luca della Robbia
      This glazed terracotta roundel is one of twelve set in the walls of the Pazzi Chapel in Santa Croce in Florence, the famous work of architecture designed by Filippo Brunelleschi. The building of the chapel, which took ...
    • St. Miniato 

      Benedetto Buglioni, attributed to
      This glazed terracotta statuette of St. Miniato, found today in the sacristy of San Miniato al Monte, is dated to between the end of the fifteenth century and early sixteenth century. St. Miniato is venerated as the first ...
    • St. Miniato 

      Nanni di Bartolo, attributed to
      This richly polychromed and gilded image half-length sculpture of San Miniato (in San Miniato al Monte, Florence) was long thought to be made of terracotta and was published as such, but it is in fact a painted wood ...
    • St. Nicholas of Tolentino 

      Francesco di Valdambrino
      This painted wood sculpture is currently housed in the Museo di Villa Guinigi in Lucca. Francesco di Valdambrino, the Sienese specialist in wood sculpture, made the work in 1407, as demonstrated by a document discovered ...
    • St. Pellegrino 

      Baccio da Montelupo, attributed to
      This half-length glazed terracotta image of St. Pellegrino is currently housed in San Concordo in Contrada in Lucca, along with similar half-length terracotta images of the Madonna and Child and St. Romano. The images of ...
    • St. Peter 

      Francesco di Valdambrino and Vittorio di Domenico
      This painted wooden sculpture is documented to have been sculpted by Francesco di Valdambrino, a Sienese specialist in wood sculpture, and painted by Vittorio di Domenico in 1425. This division of labor between the sculpting ...
    • St. Peter 

      Arnolfo di Cambio, follower of
      This wooden sculpture of a seated saint has lost its arms (and therefore any attributes), but seems likely given the short curly hair and beard, clothing, and position seated enthroned to be a depiction of St. Peter. ...
    • St. Peter 

      Luca della Robbia
      This glazed terracotta roundel is one of twelve set in the walls of the Pazzi Chapel in Santa Croce in Florence, the famous work of architecture designed by Filippo Brunelleschi. The building of the chapel, which took ...
    • St. Peter Martyr 

      Della Robbia Workshop
      This glazed terracotta statue of St. Peter Martyr is in a niche, richly ornamented with glazed terracotta tiles and a blue shell-head in the semi-dome and framed by white pilasters as well as colourful garlands, and embedded ...
    • St. Peter the Apostle 

      Giovanni della Robbia, workshop of
      This glazed terracotta statuette of St. Peter is attributed to the workshop of Giovanni della Robbia owing to the attention to details and the strong characterization of the face. Photograph(s) licensed under a Creative ...
    • St. Roche 

      unknown Marchigian artist
      This poorly preserved painted wood statue depicts St. Roche, shown here in pilgrim's clothes, which he lifts to show the plague sore on his leg. Roche was known for having cured people of the plague (and been cured himself) ...
    • St. Romano 

      Baccio da Montelupo, attributed to
      This half-length glazed terracotta image of St. Romano is currently housed in San Concordo in Contrada in Lucca, along with similar half-length terracotta images of the Madonna and Child and St. Pellegrino. The images of ...
    • St. Romulus and Companions 

      Benedetto Buglioni
      This glazed terracotta sculpture group, of which two of the orignal statues are missing, may have been commissioned by Pope Leo X when he was visiting the Badia Fiesolana (the original location of the group). The pope is ...
    • St. Sebastian 

      Leonardo del Tasso, attributed to
      This terracotta sculpture of St. Sebastian in the Oratorio di San Sebastiano, Florence, with oil painted flesh tones, hair, and great spurts of blood from each of the arrow holes (originally filled with metal arrows, visible ...
    • St. Sebastian 

      Silvestro dell'Aquila, circle of
      This sculpture is a fragment of what was probably originally a full length statue of St. Sebastian. Sculpted out of wood (then gessoed and painted), the the work presumably originally had arrows made of metal or wood. (Only ...
    • St. Sebastian 

      unkown artist
      This sculpture of St. Sebastian, made of wood and displaying traces of paint, was once found in the Church of Saints Fabian and Sebastian, Arezzo and is now housed in the Museo Diocesano, Arezzo. Photograph(s) licensed ...