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    • Madonna Adoring the Child 

      Andrea della Robbia
      Andrea della Robbia made several versions of this composition, probably using a mold. He then customized each, for example by changing the framing elements and adding a familial coat of arms. Here the arms are those of ...
    • Madonna Adoring the Child 

      Andrea della Robbia
      This glazed terracotta relief (in the Museo di San Matteo in Pisa) is one of many made by Andrea della Robbia and his workshop of the Virgin Mary adoring her child, though this is the only known example of this particular ...
    • 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 

      Donatello, follower of
      This relief, made of marble, partially gilded with coloured glass inserts, is set into the elaborate nineteenth century Lombardi funereal monument in the wall of the Medici Chapel in Santa Croce in Florence. The composition ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Benedetto da Maiano, after
      The central figures in this painted papier-mâché on wood relief were made using a mold taken from Benedetto da Maiano's marble relief, now in the Kress Collection at the National Gallery of Art in Washington. The composition ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      unknown artist
      This painted terracotta relief is one of many half-length images of the Madonna and Child that were made for domestic devotion in the fifteenth century. This intimate composition, with the Jesus nestled against his mother, ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Giovanni della Robbia
      Giovanni della Robbia made this glazed terracotta sculpture on the façade of San Barnaba in Florence in 1528-9 at the behest of the guild of physicians and apothecaries (Arte dei Medici e Speziali), a guild with which ...
    • 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 

      Benedetto Buglioni
      This glazed terracotta tondo, housed in the Museo di San Matteo in Pisa, is typical of the work of Benedetto Buglione in the 1490s. Unable (or unwilling) to use the brighter and more opaque Della Robbia white and blue ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Andrea Pisano
      Andrea Pisano's marble relief of the Madonna and Child with maiolica insets was originally located above the north door of the campanile, or bell tower, beside the cathedral in Florence. The striking blue colour of the ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Antonio Rossellino, after
      This low relief, made of painted plaster of paris, is a copy of a relief made by someone in the circle of Antonio Rossellino in ca. 1465. Many such low reliefs images of the Madonna and Child were reproduced using molds. ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      unknown Florentine artist
      This Madonna and Child (currently in the Pinacoteca Civica, Volterra) is one of many made for domestic devotion in the fifteenth century, some of which were reproduced with molds, as is this example. It is made out of ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Nanni di Bartolo
      This sculpture of the Madonna and Child, currently housed in the museum in the convent of Ognissanti in Florence, has been attributed on the basis of style to Nanni di Bartolo, one of the classicizing sculptors in the ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Andrea della Robbia
      This half-length glazed terracotta Madonna and Child is currently housed in a street-corner tabernacle on Via della Scala in Florence (at Via degli Orti Oricellari). It is difficult to see, as it is placed high at this ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Andrea della Robbia
      Gentilini and others attribute this rare full-length slazed terracotta statue of the Madonna and Child to the young Andrea della Robbia, possibly working from drawings by Luca della Robbia. This work was made in 1460, just ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Andrea Sansovino, after
      This stucco relief (polychromy only partially preserved) depicts a rather stately Virgin Mary with baby Jesus standing, resting one foot on a plinth. The composition is based on the relief of the Madonna and Child in Andrea ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Matteo Civitali
      This painted terracotta relief is a close copy of a marble relief also by Matteo Civitale, both of which are currently housed in the Museo di Villa Guinigi in Lucca. This terracotta relief, like another poorly preserved ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Workshop of Andrea della Robbia
      This glazed terracotta tondo of the Virgin and Child is attributed to the workshop of Andrea della Robbia and dates to around 1490-95. It was donated to the monastery of La Verna in 1929 by Countess Bastoggi of Valenzano ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Matteo Civitali
      This painted terracotta sculpture of the Madonna and Child was brought to its current location in the Museo di Villa Guinigi in Lucca from an outdoor tabernacle (in the Piazza Bernardini in Lucca). The work was displayed ...