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The Virgin Adored by Saints, ca. 1609. Creator: Scarsellino Featured Ferrara, City of the Renaissance, and its Po Delta 14 Print

The Virgin Adored by Saints, ca. 1609. Creator: Scarsellino

The Virgin Adored by Saints, ca. 1609.

Clare and Catherine of Siena, Dominic (with a dog holding a candle in his mouth), Nicholas of Tolentino (a sunburst on his habit), Peter Martyr (with a knife in his head), Francis (preaching on the shore to birds), and Raymond of Penaforte (sailing across the sea with a banner as a sail)

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Musicha (Music) c.1465 (engraving with gilding) Featured Ferrara, City of the Renaissance, and its Po Delta 14 Print

Musicha (Music) c.1465 (engraving with gilding)

XOS1765979 Musicha (Music) c.1465 (engraving with gilding) by Master of the E-Series Tarocchi (fl.c.1465); 17.7x9.9 cm; National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, USA; (add.info.: Tarocchi cards were probably conceived as visual aids to educate wealthy Italian children. They were much copied but the E-series was one of the 2 earliest sets); Italian, out of copyright

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Madonna and Child with the Donor, Pietro de' Lardi, Presented by Saint Nicholas, c Featured Ferrara, City of the Renaissance, and its Po Delta 14 Print

Madonna and Child with the Donor, Pietro de' Lardi, Presented by Saint Nicholas, c

3471113 Madonna and Child with the Donor, Pietro de' Lardi, Presented by Saint Nicholas, c.1420-30 (tempera and gold on wood) by Master GZ (fl.1420); 116.5x110.8 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: Pietro de' Lardi, who commissioned this votive altarpiece became deputy general to Borso d'Este, duke of Ferrara, in 1452. It was painted between 1400 and 1431, when Pietro Boiardi was bishop of Ferrara. ); Italian, out of copyright

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