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    • Adoration of the Magi 

      Andrea della Robbia, attributed to
      Despite being excuted in cold-painted terracotta, rather than his trademark glazed terracotta, this sculptural group, along with the Nativity group made for the niche opposite in the Cappella della Madonna of the Cathedral ...
    • Annunciate Virgin 

      Matteo Civitali
      This painted wood sculpture of the Annunciate Virgin was originally paired with a statue of the Angel Gabriel, to make an Annunciation. Not only has that other statue been lost, but this one was radically refashioned at a ...
    • Annunciate Virgin 

      Andrea della Robbia and Workshop
      This glazed terracotta statue (in San Pietro, Radicofani) was originally paired with a statue of the Angel Gabriel, making an Annunciation. Andrea della Robbia and his workshop made several such Annunciation pairs for ...
    • Annunciate Virgin 

      Francesco di Valdambrino
      This poorly statue in the Museo di San Matteo in Pisa is missing the left arm and part of the right, and only has polychrome partially preserved on the face and neck. Bare wood, stucco, and what look like worm holes attest ...
    • Annunciate Virgin 

      unknown artist
      This painted wood sculpture of the Virgin Annunciate (from Santa Maria del Carmine, Pisa, and now in the Museo di San Matteo, Pisa) has been attributed to an artist that scholars call the Maestro di Montefoscoli, because ...
    • Annunciate Virgin (or a saint) 

      Tommaso Pisano
      This painted wood sculpture has been attributed to Tommaso Pisano, because of its similarity to known works by the artist. It was made for the Convent of San Matteo in Pisa and is now in the Museo di San Matteo. This could ...
    • Annunciation 

      Francesco di Valdambrino
      Francesco di Valdambrino, Jacopo della Quercia, and other Sienese artists made many of these pairs of large (almost life-size) statues of the the Angel Gabriel and the Virgin Mary, possibly to stand in niches on either ...
    • Annunciation 

      unknown artist
      This painted and gilded low-relief stucco sculpture of the Annunciation was, in a later period, placed with an illusionistic wood intarsia in a carved wooden frame. The relief, likely made by an artist from Northern Italy ...
    • Annunciation 

      unknown artist, called "Maestro del Crocifisso dei Disciplinati," attributed to
      This pair of sculptures forms an Annunciation. As for other works from this time, the angel has lost his wings, which were presumably originally made of wood or possibly a more ephemeral material, maybe fabric or even ...
    • Annunciation 

      Andrea della Robbia
      Andrea della Robbia made these glazed terracotta statues of the Annunciate Virgin and the Angel Gabriel to flank the high altar in the Osservanza in Siena. Andrea also created an altarpiece and two roundels of saints for ...
    • Annunciation 

      Jacopo della Quercia, attributed to
      Jacopo della Quercia, Francesco di Valdambrino, and other Sienese artists made made many of these pairs of large (almost life-size) statues of the the Angel Gabriel and the Virgin Mary, possibly to stand in niches on either ...
    • Annunciation 

      Della Robbia Workshop
      These glazed terracotta sculptures of the Angel Gabriel and the Annunciate Virgin currently flank another glazed terracotta work depicting God the Father adored by angels, which in turn frames an earlier fresco, thought ...
    • The Annunciation 

      Andrea della Robbia
      Dated around 1475, this is generally thought to be the earliest of the seven Della Robbia altarpieces made for the Franciscan sanctuary of La Verna. The main church was devastated by a fire in 1472, and Andrea della Robbia's ...
    • Annunciation 

      Marco (fra Mattia) della Robbia
      This large glazed terracotta lunette was originally made for the church of San Romano in Lucca (now deconsecrated) and is currently housed in San Frediano in Lucca. It was made by Marco della Robbia, one of the sons of ...
    • Annunciation 

      Andrea della Robbia and Workshop
      This pair of glazed terracotta sculptures forming and Annunciation were originally made for the Observant Franciscan church of Santa Maria in Fontecastello (near Montelpulciano, where they are currently housed in the Museo ...
    • Annunciation 

      Lupo di Francesco
      These painted wood sculptures of the Angel Gabriel and the Annunciate Virgin were made around 1320 and are one of the earliest surviving examples of this type of Annunciation pair, which became popular in Tuscany from the ...
    • Annunciation 

      Francesco di Valdambrino
      Francesco di Valdambrino, Jacopo della Quercia, and other Sienese artists made many of these pairs of large (almost life-size) statues of the Angel Gabriel and the Virgin Mary, possibly to stand in niches on either side ...
    • Annunciation 

      Francesco di Valdambrino
      These painted wood statues of the Annunciate Virgin and the Angel Gabriel are from the convent of San Francesco in Pisa, which became (after deconsecration) the Museo Civico and then the Museo di San Matteo, where these ...
    • The Annunciation 

      Andrea della Robbia
      This glazed terracotta lunette of the Annunciation is currently immured in the main cloister of the Ospedale degli Innocenti in Florence. Originally, it formed part of a multi-media altarpiece in a chapel of the hospital ...
    • Annunciation 

      Angelo di Nalduccio, attributed to and an unknown Sienese sculptor
      These sculptures of the Annunciate Virgin and the Archangel Gabriel were likely made to serve together as an Annunciation, though they were made a year apart and by two different artists. Inscriptions on the bases reveal ...