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Marble Works

Sculptures, statues, sarcophagi, architectural details in marble.

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 Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Porta della Pescheria (Fish-Market gate) depicting scenes from the Matter of Britain. Detail of the archivolt with two knights identified by inscriptions as Calvariun (Galeschin?) and Che (Kay).

Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Port...

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 Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Porta della Pescheria (Fish-Market gate) depicting scenes from the Matter of Britain. Carrado, on horseback, emerges from the castle, confronting with two knights identified by inscriptions, Galvaginus (Gawain) and Calvariun (Galeschin?).

Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Port...

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 Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Porta della Pescheria (Fish-Market gate) depicting scenes from the Matter of Britain. Detail of the rescue of Guinevere: the Castle with two figures: Winlogee (Guinevere) on the left and Mardoc (Meleagant), her captor, on the right. The castle itself is surrounded by a moat filled with water.

Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Port...

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 Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Porta della Pescheria (Fish-Market gate) depicting scenes from the Matter of Britain. Detail of the Knights: the first is unnamed. The first, looking back, is Isdernus (Lancelot), The second is Artus de Bretani (King Arthur). Burmaldus, wielding a battle axe, emerges from the castle to meet the three knights.

Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Port...

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 Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Porta della Pescheria (Fish-Market gate) depicting scenes from the Matter of Britain. Detail of the Knights: the first is unnamed. The second, looking back, is Isdernus (Lancelot).

Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Port...

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 Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Porta della Pescheria (Fish-Market gate) depicting scenes from the Matter of Britain, in particular the rescue of Winlogee (Guinevere) from captivity. With one exception, all figures are identified by inscriptions.

Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Port...

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 Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Porta della Pescheria (Fish-Market gate) depicting scenes from the Matter of Britain, in particular the rescue of Winlogee (Guinevere) from captivity. With one exception, all figures are identified by inscriptions.

Modena, Cathedral, northern side: the archivolt of the Port...

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 The “Porta della Pescheria” (Fish-Market gate), on the northern side of the Cathedral.

The “Porta della Pescheria” (Fish-Market gate), on the nort...

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Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art Collection: "Allegory of the Envy", by sculptor (school of Orazio Marinali), marble sculpture.

Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art...

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Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art Collection: "The Mother", (part of "The Family"),by Adolfo Wildt, 1922, marble sculpture.

Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art...

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Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art Collection: "Vir temporis acti ", by Adolfo Wildt, 1913, marble sculpture.

Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art...

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Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art Collection: "Bust  of Pope Clemente X Altieri", by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, marble sculpture.

Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art...

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Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art Collection: "Bust of Democritus", by Venetian sculptor (school of Orazio Marinali), marble sculpture.

Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art...

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Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art Collection: "Portrai of Marie Madeleine de Vignerod", by Philippe de Champaigne, marble sculpture.

Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art...

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Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art Collection: "Bust of Ferdinando II De Medici", by Giovanni Battista Foggini, marble sculpture.

Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art...

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Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art Collection: marble opus sectile representing Death (dentali).

Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art...

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Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art Collection: marble opus sectile representing Death.

Fontanellato, Labirinto della Masone, Franco Maria Ricci Art...

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Assicoop - Unipol Collection: Giuseppe Pisani (1854 - 1894); "Bust of Francesco Iv Este"; marble bust, h cm. 60.

Assicoop - Unipol Collection: Giuseppe Pisani (1854 - 1894);...

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Assicoop - Unipol Collection: Giuseppe Pisani (1854 - 1894); "Bust of Francesco Iv Este"; marble bust, h cm. 60.

Assicoop - Unipol Collection: Giuseppe Pisani (1854 - 1894);...

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  Fiesole, Archaeological Museum: head of young man, characterised by bushy hair.

Fiesole, Archaeological Museum: head of young man, charact...

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  Fiesole, Archaeological Museum: portrait of unknown woman, characterised by a rich hairdo, and traditionally identified as Vibia Sabina (Trajan age, II century a.C.).

Fiesole, Archaeological Museum: portrait of unknown woman,...

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  Fiesole, Archaeological Museum: portrait of unknown woman, characterised by a rich hairdo, and traditionally identified as Vibia Sabina (Trajan age, II century a.C.).

Fiesole, Archaeological Museum: portrait of unknown woman,...

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  Florence, Boboli Gardens: one of the two statues representing Dacian Prisoners (II century), probably coming from Trajan's Forum.

Florence, Boboli Gardens: one of the two statues represent...

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  Florence, Boboli Gardens: one of the two statues representing Dacian Prisoners (II century), probably coming from Trajan's Forum.

Florence, Boboli Gardens: one of the two statues represent...

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  Florence, Boboli Gardens: marble fountain representing grape harvest, in Viale della Meridiana.

Florence, Boboli Gardens: marble fountain representing gra...

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  Florence, Museum of the Cathedral (Museo dell'Opera del Duomo - Santa Maria del Fiore): The Deposition (also called the Florence Pietà, the Bandini Pietà or The Lamentation over the Dead Christ), by Michelangelo Buonarroti,  1547 - 1555.  Detail of Nicodemus' face under the hood, which is considered to be a self-portrait by Michelangelo himself.

Florence, Museum of the Cathedral (Museo dell'Opera del Du...

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  Florence, Museum of the Cathedral (Museo dell'Opera del Duomo - Santa Maria del Fiore): The Deposition (also called the Florence Pietà, the Bandini Pietà or The Lamentation over the Dead Christ), by Michelangelo Buonarroti,  1547 - 1555.  Nicodemus' face under the hood is considered to be a self-portrait by Michelangelo himself.

Florence, Museum of the Cathedral (Museo dell'Opera del Du...

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  Florence, Museum of the Cathedral (Museo dell'Opera del Duomo - Santa Maria del Fiore): marble head of St. John the Baptist, by Tino di Camaino, about 1320.

Florence, Museum of the Cathedral (Museo dell'Opera del Du...

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  Florence, Palazo Corsini al Prato: male statues in the gardens. In the background, the palace.

Florence, Palazo Corsini al Prato: male statues in the gar...

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  Florence, Palazo Corsini al Prato: male statues in the gardens.

Florence, Palazo Corsini al Prato: male statues in the gar...

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  Florence, Palazo Corsini al Prato: male statue with a dog in the gardens.

Florence, Palazo Corsini al Prato: male statue with a dog...

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Chiesa di San Pietro in Ciel D'Oro (fondata da Liutprando nel VII e rifatta nel 117 - 32), Arca di Sant'Agostino, opera trecentesca in marmo di maestri comacini in parte influenzati da Giovanni di Balduccio e in parte dalla tradizione campionese. L'Arca è costituita da tre piani. Nella cimasa, tra pilastri con altri Santi, bassorilievi con storia di Sant'Agostino.Particolare del dialogo di Agostino con San Simpliciano; sulla destra, la conversione: su suggerimento di un angelo, Agostino legge le Lettere di San Paolo.

Chiesa di San Pietro in Ciel D'Oro (fondata da Liutprando ne...