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Choose from 35 pictures in our Piero della Francesca collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Flagellation of Christ (detail of the three figures in the foreground) c. 1459 Featured Piero della Francesca Print

The Flagellation of Christ (detail of the three figures in the foreground) c. 1459

XIR899490 The Flagellation of Christ (detail of the three figures in the foreground) c. 1459 (oil and tempera on panel) by Francesca, Piero della, (c.1415-92); Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Urbino, Italy; (add.info.: La Flagellation du Christ. DA©tail des trois personnages au premier-plan
After numerous interpretations, 'The Flagellation' has come to be seen as an allegory of the Church's misfortunes in the face of the threatening Turks and the fall of Constantinople in 1453. Here, the main scene is pushed to the background and it is the three figures on the right that are the main subject of the work. The man on the far right is considered to be a representation of Giovanni Bacci (who is also assumed to be the the person who gave the work to the Duke of Urbino), or the Cardinal Bessarion. The young blond man is thought to be an angel, an allegorical figure or perhaps Buonconte, the young son of Federico of Montefeltro. The figure to the left is a Greek scholar.); Italian, out of copyright

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Sigismondo Malatesta (oil on panel) Featured Piero della Francesca Print

Sigismondo Malatesta (oil on panel)

XIR379743 Sigismondo Malatesta (oil on panel) by Francesca, Piero della, (c.1415-92); 44 x 34 cm; Louvre, Paris, France; (add.info.: Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta (1417-68); celebrated Italian condottiero and military leader who commanded Venetian army against the Ottoman Empire in 1465 campaign; Renaissance patron of architects and artists including Alberti, Piero and Agostino di Duccio; popularly known as "The Wolf of Rimini" (Il Lupo di Rimini");); Italian, out of copyright

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