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      Donatello, circle of, attributed to
      This life-size wooden crucifix (placed in San Felice in Piazza by the Soprintendenza in 1929 and now in the Oratorio di San Sebastiano, Florence) is of debated attribution, but generally agreed to be early fifteenth-century, ...
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      Baccio da Montelupo, circle of, attributed to
      This smaller than life-size wooden crucifix belonged to the Compagnie di Santa Maria Imprunetana and del Santissimo Sacramento of San Felice in Piazza, which were situated in the Oratorio di San Sebastiano, Florence, which ...
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      Orcagna (Andrea di Cione)
      This wooden crucifix, currently in San Carlo dei Lombardi, was originally in Orsanmichele, where it was revered as a miraculous statue by the mid fifteenth century. Is was said to have spoken to St. Antoninus, who prayed ...
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      Andrea Ferrucci (Andrea da Fiesole)
      This wooden crucifix in Sta. Felicità in Florence has a loincloth made of a piece of fabric dipped in gesso and iron nails. The work is mentioned in Vasari. Photograph(s) licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 ...
    • Crucifix 

      unknown artist
      This large polychromed wood crucifix is first documented being carried in procession in 1335, but the devotions with which it became closely associated were those of the Bianchi in 1399. The Bianchi were a lay devotional ...
    • Crucifix 

      Benedetto da Maiano, attributed to
      The lifesize crucifix (in Sta. Caterina, Florence) is made from painted wood, with a loincloth made of fabric dipped in gesso and iron nails. Lisner attributes this work, with its refined, classicizing torso, either to the ...
    • Crucifix 

      Giovanni Pisano, workshop of
      This under-lifesized painted wood crucifix has been attributed on the basis of style to Giovanni Pisano or his workshop, c. 1300-20. As is typical of crucifixes of the period, Jesus hangs low on the cross, his arms painfully ...
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      Giovanni Pisano
      This wooden crucifix in Sant'Andrea in Pistoia can be attributed on the basis of style to Giovanni Pisano and dated to c. 1300, because of its affinity to Giovanni's marble Crucifixion on his pulpit in the same church as ...
    • Crucifix 

      Giovanni Pisano, workshop of
      This under-lifesized crucifix, considered to be miraculous, was carried in procession in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries and later inserted into a fresco with mourners of the early sixteenth century, in order to ...
    • Crucifix 

      Angelo di Nalduccio, attributed to
      This painted wooden crucifix has been attributed to Angelo di Nalduccio on the basis of style and dated to the second half of the fourteenth century. The somewhat crude polychromy is not original -- it was redone probably ...
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      Francesco di Valdambrino
      This painted wooden crucifix is undocumented, but after cleaning removed two layers of heavy repaint that had obscured the surface, revealing the original polychromy, scholars agree that it is the work of the Sienese ...
    • Crucifix 

      unknown Sienese sculptor
      This large crucifix from Sant'Antonio in Montalcino (currently housed in the Museo Civico e Diocesano d'Arte Sacra, Montalcino) has been dated on the basis of style to c. 1330-50. The attenuated body, hanging low on the ...
    • Crucifix 

      unknown Sienese sculptor
      This painted wooden crucifix is dated to the third quarter of the fourteenth century on the basis of style. This large crucifix has its original polychromy, revealed when restorers removed layers of repaint. As is typical ...
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      Antonio del Pollaiolo
      This powerfully muscular crucifix is not made of painted wood, as almost all crucifixes are in the period. Instead, the figure is assembled from layers of cork, held together with tow (unspun flax or hemp fibers) and reeds. ...
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      Benedetto Buglioni
      This glazed terracotta Crucifix, installed over the high altar of the church of San Miniato al Monte, is attributed to Benedetto Buglioni by Marquand and Gentilini. It bears the hallmarks of Buglioni's style and can be ...
    • Crucifix 

      artist unknown
      This trecento crucifix, made of painted wood, is in Santissima Annunziata in Arezzo, but seems to follow Sienese models and so may be by a Sienese sculptor or by a local Aretine imitating a Sienese example. The refined, ...
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      Antonio da Sangallo the Elder
      This crucifix in Sant'Agostino in Montepulciano has been attributed convincingly by Margrit Lisner to Antonio da Sangallo the elder, who was in Montepulciano to oversee the construction of the church of San Biagio (1518-28). ...
    • Crucifix 

      unknown Florentine artist
      This crucifix, which comes from Santa Chiara in Montepulciano and is currently housed in the Museo Civico, appears to be made of painted wood, with metal nails and a loincloth made by dipping a piece of cloth in gesso and ...
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      Donatello
      Over a century after this crucifix was made (c. 1408), Vasari recounted an anecdote about this crucifix. The tale goes that when Brunelleschi saw this crucifix, he said that Christ looked like a farmer. Donatello challenged ...
    • Crucifix 

      unknown artist
      This painted wood crucifix is particularly revered, as it was used during (and may have been made for) the devotions of the Bianchi in 1399. The Bianchi were a lay devotional movement that swept across Italy. People wore ...