• Baby Jesus 

      unknown Florentine artist
      This approximately life-size painted terracotta sculpture of a wriggling baby, presumably Jesus, is currently housed in the museum of Santa Maria Novella in Florence. Documents attest to the popularity of naturalistic ...
    • Christ the Redeemer 

      unknown Florentine artist
      This painted terracotta relief recalls classical models, with the strict profile (with a Roman nose), the cropping of the figure into a bust, and the treatment of the hair and beard. It follows a fashion for images of ...
    • Christ the Redeemer 

      unknown Florentine artist
      This image of Christ the Redeemer one of many terracotta busts of Christ produced by Verrocchio, his workshop, and his followers in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries. The physical features of Christ are close ...
    • 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 ...
    • Crucifix 

      unknown Florentine artist
      This crucifix, housed in the Old Sacristy in San Lorenzo in Florence, includes a largely illegible papal insignia under the feet, but Margrit Lisner noted that it is divided in half horizontally, which means that it must ...
    • Crucifix 

      unknown Florentine artist
      This painted wood crucifix was likely made by a Florentine artist in the late fifteenth century. The muscularity of the body, not showing any downward strain but almost seeming to stand with arms outstretched, and calm and ...
    • 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 ...