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    • 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 ...
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      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 ...
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      Luca della Robbia
      This half-length Madonna and Child was moved to its current location in San Michele in Lucca in c. 1910. At one point it was in a lunette over a door, but the original location of the relief is unknown -- possibly for a ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Baccio da Montelupo, attributed to
      This half-length glazed terracotta Madonna is currently housed in San Concordo in Contrada in Lucca, along with similar half-length terracotta images of St. Romano and St. Pellegrino, which presumably originally flanked ...
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      Francesco di Valdambrino
      This magnificent image of the Madonna enthroned with baby Jesus regally dressed and blessing, comes from a church in Castello di Barbialla (in the Val d'Evola) and is currently in the Cathedral of Volterra. The Madonna and ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      unknown artist
      This painted wood sculpture of the Madonna and Child is impossible to date or attribute accurately, as it could be a work of c. 1200 or an old-fashioned work of almost a century later. Unlike later versions of the subject, ...
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      Matteo Civitali
      This marble relief was previously in the Loggia dei Mercani in Lucca and is now housed in the Museo di Villa Guinigi in Lucca. It not documented before 1809, and so the original patron, location, and purpose are unknown, ...
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      Benedetto Buglioni
      This is one of several glazed terracotta half-length reliefs of the Madonna and Child that Benedetto Buglioni reproduced using a mold. This composition is based on an unglazed terracotta relief attributed to the workshop ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Andrea della Robbia, Workshop of
      This is one of many low relief glazed terracotta images made by the workshop of Andrea della Robbia. These compositions were reproduced using molds, at which point slight variations could be added to customize the sculpting ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Angelo di Nalduccio, attributed to
      This sculpture can be attributed to Angelo di Nalduccio and dated to c. 1370, because of the similarity in style and construction to an Annunciate angel signed "Angelo" and dated 1370 (Museo Civico e Diocesano d'Arte Sacra, ...
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      Benedetto Buglioni
      This glazed terracotta relief is a variation on a popular composition that seems to have been created originally by Andrea del Verrocchio, known as the Madonna of the Cushion or Birmingham Madonna. Buglioni has copied quite ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      unknown artist
      This poorly preserved painted stucco 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 faces of the figures ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Lorenzo Ghiberti, workshop of
      This painted terracotta sculpture (Oratorio di San Sebastiano, Florence) is one of many half-length terracotta reliefs of the Madonna and Child, often used for domestic devotion and then later donated to churches or ...
    • Madonna and Child 

      Giovanni Fetti, attributed to
      This painted wood sculpture of the Madonna and Child stands on what looks to be an integral base, on which an inscription identifies her as Mary "Bentornata" (more or less "welcome back"). Mary smiles, as her child tickles ...
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      Benedetto da Maiano, workshop of
      This painted stucco relief was 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 mold must have been adapted for reproduction, ...
    • 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 

      Workshop of Jacopo della Quercia
      This polychrome stucco relief is found today in the Fondazione Salvatore Romano and is dated to the first half of the fifteenth century. Restoration has revealed traces of gilding in Mary's hair, along her robe, and the ...
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      Giovanni da Pisa, attributed to
      This polychromed stucco relief of the Madonna and Child is found today in the Fondazione Salvatore Romano. On the base of the work are the words spoken by Gabriel to Mary at the Annunciation: "AVE MARIA GRATIA (PLENA)." ...
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      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 

      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 ...